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Successors to 'WHITNEY & WORCESTERS, 


Furniture, Feathers, 

25 Brattle Square, - Cambridge. 

0. H. "Worcester. S. A. Worcester. Fred'k. "Worcester. Franklin "Worcester. 


Successors to TUTTLE, GAFFIELD &. CO, 

10 and 12 Merchants' Row, 



French, Plate, Window, Car and Picture 


Glaziers' Diamonds, Etc. 

Contract Lots filled at lowest rates, and Glass guaranteed 
free of rust. Estimates freely given, and Builders invited 
to call. 


Planing & Moulding Mill 



House Mouldings 




Kindling "Wood for Sale. 







Junction of Harvard and 914 Main Sts., 


All Job Work promptly attended to, N. B. — Personal attention paid to the cleaning of 









dilator and Chimney Top. 

PATENTED JULY 18th, 1871. 

This Improved Ventilator and Chimney Top 
has a Corrugated Jacket or Shield, which in 
connection with a Cone having an open top for 
free exit of Smoke or Air, is a perfect protection 
from the wind. 


Patentee and Manufacturer, 

No. 10 Bedford St., Boston. 



The first sight of this new and splen- 
did Portable Range will convince all 
that its equal has never been seen, — 
in its Beautiful Design, Superior Fine 
Heavy Castings, with and without Hot 
Closets, and Reservoirs; also, Hot 
Water Fronts for Bath Boilers, Sifting 
Grates, Ash Pans, etc. 

Housekeepers will be pleased with 


r-jrn r— H nJlIL r ^~ n 

Ten Sizes. 

Patented in the United 

States, England and 


The high reputation 
this furnace has acquired, 
in the use of more than 
twenty thousand, places it 
pre-eminently ahead of 
any other known plan for 
thoroughly and economi- 
cally warming buildings. 
The cuts of the brick or 
portable furnaces will 
show at a glance to any 
intelligent mind the won- 
derful heating powers, a 
cluster of tapering Radi- 
ators standing directly 
over the fire, must have 
over any other form of 
heating surface, and which 
is so constructed as to be 
perfectly gas and smoke 
tight. Any one in want 
of a furnace should not 
fail of thoroughly exam- 
ining this furnace. 

Special attention given 
to putting up furnaces 
and Ranges, and the ven- 
tilation of buildings in 
every part of the coun- 

t&~ Nothing but strict- 
ly first-class work is man- 
ufactured by me. 

Parlor, Office, and Store Stoves, Patent Dampers, Registers, Ventilators, etc. 
Warerooms : 99 and 101 Blackstone Street, BOSTON. 

Foundry- at Mansfield, Mass. 


T IS. E 



Five minutes' examination of 
this Stove will prove it to be the 
Cheapest, Neatest, Most Con- 
venient and Durable, and in 
every respect the best COOK- 
ING STOVE ever made. With- 
out Exception, the Water 
Front Fixtures for heating 
water, for Bath Boilers, &c, 
are the most perfect ever 


examine this Stove before pur- 
chasing elsewhere. 

or without Extension Tops, 
Reservoirs. Hot Closets, &c, &c. 
for Hard or Soft Coal, or 
Wood, kept constantly on hand. 


Elevated, Double-Oven COOKING RANGE 


This Celebrated Range is universally 
acknowledged to be the most complete 
and perfect Kitchen Range in America. 

No housekeeper, who would enjoy the 
comforts of a really perfect Kitchen 
Range, should fail to examine this before 
purchasing. Sizes adapted for dwellings, 
hotels, &c. with or without water-backs, 
hot closets, and hot-air fixtures for heat- 
ing additional rooms. 

It excels all others — 

1st — In its entirely new principle for 
circulating the heat around either oven 
separately, or both ovens, as desired. 

21— In its heavy fine castings and 
thorough workmanship. 

3d — In its GREAT ECONOMY OF 1 

4th — In its quick and even baking 

5th — In its self regulating flues, with- , 
out the usual complication of dampers ; \km^if = ~p 
and finally, in its general beauty of ilo-^r sL, &H 
sign, durability, &c. 

Parlor, Office, and Store Stoves, Patent Dampers, Registers, 

"Ventilators, &c. 

Warerooms: 99 and 101 Blachstone Street, Boston. 

Foundry at Mansfield, Mass. 




Torches and Keys, 


PIUS/ 1 



German Opal Heading Globes, 


Family Knitting Machine, 

^lilting- IVIaoliizies 

Martin's Hemier and Tnclrer, McGregor Folding Easy Cnair. 


(Opposite Boyxston Market,) 



I^or 1873. 





No. XXII. 





FR.ICB $2.00. 

Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1873, by Gkeexottgh, Jones & Co., in the 
Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington. 



Attorney & Counsellor. 

Particular attention Given to the Examination of Titles, 
and Collection of Claims. 

Rooms over Worcester Bros., 23 Brattle Square, 








simI BaBBtaetarera, 


A large supply of all kinds and sizes of 


134 North Street, - - - Boston, Mass. 



603 Main Street, .... CAHBRIDGEPORT. 


Residence on Raymond Street, North Cambridge. 


The twenty-second volume of the Cambridge Directory, and the first 
issued by the new publishers, is herewith presented to the citizens of 
Cambridge for their use, and we trust their approval. We have left noth- 
ing undone that our long experience could suggest, to make this work 
thorough and reliable, and the great increase of names over the previous 
volume shows that we have succeeded in so doing. 

We have labored under numerous difficulties in preparing our work this 
year, among which may be mentioned the inaccuracy of the previous 
volume ; the imperfect numbering of the houses on many streets, and the 
changes of Boston business men living in Cambridge, who were burned 
out in the great fire of November Oth and 10th. 

We intend making the Cambridge City Directory a standard work, and 
one worthy of the second city in our Commonwealth in population, and the 
first in literary fame and the hospitality of its citizens. 

Before closing we desire to call the attention of the business men of 
Cambridge to the fact that we have made the schedule of prices for adver- 
tising as low as possible, and publish the book as it should be, and no 
deviation will be made in any case from our published rates. We believe 
this to be the only fair way for our patrons, and call attention to it at this 
time, as much dissatisfaction has existed among the advertisers in previ- 
ous volumes on this account. 

The following figures show the increase of names this year. 

Names in Directory, 1873 15,055 

« " 1872 11,416 

Increase • 3,639 

With many thanks to the citizens for courtesies and favors shown our 
agents while collecting the information for this volume, 
We remain, yours truly, 

Boston, January 1, 1873. 





And Manufacturers of 

JEZTLmj^JSTZZL account eooks. 

No, 94 State Street, . . Boston. 

Old Farmers', Boston, and Ladies' Almanacs and Diaries, PAPER. ENVELOPES, 


or printed to order. Gold and Steel Pens. Inks and Pencils of 

all descriptions. Books Ruled and made to order 

at the shortest notice. 


Oculist & Aurist. 


Inserted without Pain. 

Vfreatmeni of CEtarrt. 

No charge for Consultation. 

Office, 110 Court Street, - - BOSTON. 

Comstoch, Gove & Go. 


!®tta 4b mawal Wat ®p§ 

And Wholesale Dealers In 


In Quarts, Pints and Half-Pints for Shipping, Hotel and Family Use. 

Syrups, all Flavors, Soda in Syphons and Fountains; also, Ottawa and 
Ginger Beer in Fountains. 

Sols Agents fcr Mllbank Bros. CEOTON ALE AND POETEB, in Hhds, B'cls, and half B'cls. 

30 Canal and 27 Merrimac Streets, - - . BOSTON. 


O". 3VL. OOOiESL, 

131, 139 and 141 Congress Street, - - BOSTON. 

Manufacturer of Stained, Cut, Enamelled, Flock, and Embossed 


Especial attention given to getting up Church Windows in all styles. 



Abbreviations 3L 

Advertising Department follows 452 

Banks 440 

Bridges 28 

Business Directory . . 405 

Business Directory of Patrons in other Cities . . . 12 

Calendar . . . 15 

Cambridge Water Board 432 

Cemeteries 28 

Churches 447 

City Government 431 

Corporations 440 

County Officers and Courts 433 

Fire Department " . . . . 433 

General Directory 31 

Grand Army of the Republic . 446 

Halls, Buildings, Blocks, etc 26 

Harvard College . 435 

Index to Advertisements ........ 10 

Insurance Co 440 

Introductory 7 

Justices of the Peace 432 

Knights of Pythias . . . 446 

Location of Signal Boxes 434 

Map • . opp. title page. 

Masonic 444 

Military 447 

Odd Fellows 445 

Police Department 432 

Post Offices • 443 

Savings Banks 440 

Schools 438 

Societies . 450 

Streets, Avenues, Courts, Etc 17 

Temperance Organizations 446 

Ward Boundaries 29 

Wharves 28 



Adams John P. gas fixtures 8 

Adams J. French, stair-builder. ... 19 

Aiken F. J. photographer 25 

Anderson J. F. wheelwright 18 

Atkins W. J. dining saloon 27 

Bacon Robert & Co. shirts and patterns 

foot lines 
Baumeister A. plumber . outside hack cover 
Beal & Hooper, furniture manufs. . . . 36 

Becker F. & Co florists 14 

Belcher Cbas. F. confectioner 14 

Bird Henry M. Broadway Iron Foundry 22 
Blake Edwin H. hats, caps, etc., also 

grocer 9 

Blevins Joseph J. slater 25 

Boy or Samuel, stair-builder 1 

Bradlee C. L. locksmith 12 

Broadway Iron Foundry, Henry M. 

Bird, proprietor 22 

Bums S.J. Mrs. funeral flowers . ... 4 
Burpee Joseph E. furnace setter and 

mason 34 

Burrage, Shepherd & Co. lumber ... 21 
Burton, Fellows & Co. brush manufs. . 34 
Cambridge Chronicle, Geo. Fisher, pro- 
prietor 11 

Cambridge Laundry. Leonard Cox, pro- 
prietor 19 

Cambridge Mutual Fire Insurance Co. . 7 

Cambridge National Bank 441 

Cambridge Press, James Cox. proprie- 
tor 10 

Cambridgeport Express Co. D. Savage 

& Son, proprietors . „ 26 

Cameron & Etter, hor^e-shoers .... 3 
Carr Erwiu S. stoves and furnaces . . . 

front colored page 

Chapman Francis L. carriages 30 

Chamberlain H. M. counsellor at law . 13 

Chamberlain J. W. plumber 

outside front cover 
Charles River Iron Works, Kendall & 

Roberts, proprietors 1 

Charles River National Bank of Cam- 
bridge 441 

Chase's Cambridgeport and Boston Ex- 
press 4 

Cilley, Stimson& "Woodbury, stable. . 23 

Clo-e George, confectioner 2 

Cofran Samuel M ., brick manufacturer . 20 

Connors T. grocer 33 

Conway James tailor 31 

Cox James, publisher, Cambridge Press 10 
Cox Leonard, proprietor, Cambridge 

Laundry 19 

Cummings, Kenney & Co. lumber, . . 17 
Danforth Chas. H. photographer ... 3 
l)avlin James F. & Co. plumbers ... 18 

Denyven & Couch, furniture 28 

Devens Thomas, undertaker 34 

Draper F. & Co. britannia and hardware 33 

Drew Geo. C. confectioner 31 

Dudleys. H lawyer 31 

Dugan Thomas, florist 40 

East Cambridge Five Cent Savings Bank 442 

Edgehille St. Clair, druggist 29 

Fillebrown Chas. painter 25 

First National Bank of Cambridge . . . 441 
Fisher George, Cambridge Chronicle . 11 

Flinn Edmund, painter 12 

Ford -lohn & Son, printers .... foot lines 
Fox Robert L. B. harness manuf. ... 29 
Gale & Wood, lumber . outside front cover 
Gay & Walker, grocers . outside back cover 
Gore D. & II. pavers and contractors . . 39 

Grant & Mann, furniture 2 

Grillin Geo. II. tin and sheet iron ware 17 
Gutheim Frederick, cigar manuf. ... 4 
ctrpjut -*3 . . . . 31 

Harrington John, granite and marble 

worker front and back covers 

Hastings W. B. & Co. insurance agts. 

opposite Streets 16 
Hatten Henry, wood, coal & straw . . 30 

Hawkes Levi & Co. plumbers 8 

Henley Francis O. & Co. horse shoers . 5 
Hollingsworth T. N. picture frames . . 14 
Holt Joseph G. counselllor at law ... 13 
Holt W. B. painter and glazier .... 31 
Horgan J. J. & Bro. marble workers . 

outside back cover 

Howard Peter J. hairdresser 8 

Howland, Doughty fc Co. lumber ... 13 

Hoyt B. J. bell hanger 14 

Hunnewell C. H. real estate 9 

Hurd Amos. D wheelwright 13 

James Geo. B. & Co. lumber . . . foot lines 
Jones & Bartlett, smiths and machin- 
ists 24 

Kendall & Roberts, steam boilers ... 1 
Kennedy Frank A. cracker baker 

outside back cover 
Kinsley Edgar L. wagon axles, etc. . 22 

Lawrence F. M. provisions 26 

Lechmere National Bank 442 

Lenfeet Solomon, job printer 25 

Locke Frank, proprietor, Porter's 

Hotel 19 

Lockbart Wm. L. undertaker 22 

Long John J. plumber and gas-fitter . 34 

Mallen J. F. merchant tailor 1 

Mallows James Mrs. provisions .... 29 

Mann R. boots and shoes 4 

Marsden James, grocer 3 

Martin Peter, tailor 88 

Mason W. A. engineer and surveyor 

opposite Introductory 

Maynard M. A. coal 21 

McCormic B. J. restaurant 33 

McEllroy William, toys, games, etc. . . 14 
Messer William A. express, etc. ... 24 

Meyer Chas E. & Co. picture frames . 40 
Miliander C. A. picture frames .... 28 

Moor James C. grocer . ........ 34 

Moore Charles & Co. stoves, etc. . . . 

outside front cover 
Morgan Alfred, painter and glazier . . 28 

Moulton Henry & Co. ladders 2 

North, Meriam & Co. pork, lard and 

hams 43 

Norval Charles, plasterer 26 

Noyes Geo. E. L. D. M.D. dentist ... 17 
O'Donnell James, picture frames ... 15 
Osborn D. & Co.'s, planing mill .... 27 
Perry & King, East Cambridge and Bos- 
ton express 9 

Peitingill & Pear, spring beds, etc. . on map 
Porter's Hotel, Frank Locke, proprie- 
tor 19 

Pratt Charles O. & Co. sheet iron work- 
er 22 

Reardon William II. plumber .... 26 
Richardson B. H. books and station- 
ery ........ outside front cover 

Richardson W. T. coal • 21 

RcbbinsJ. M. stoves, etc 3 

Robart John O. furniture manuf. ... £9 

Rowe Hugh, stone contractor 4 

Rowe R. B. express front ! 

Russell F. F. lurniture, crockery, etc. . 30 
Samuels 8. clothes cleaner and re- 
pairer • 28 

Sanborn A. C. & Co. granite ..... 16 
Savasre D^fe Son, Cambridgeport Ex- 
press Co. ... - 26 

Sawin's Cambridge & Boston express . 8 
Sawyer Chas. A. painter and glazier . 

outside frcutoover 



Sawyer J. S. gravel roofing and insur- 
ance agent foot lines 

Scranton H. A. & O. turning and sawing 27 

Shaw J. B. & Co. coal & wood .... 5 

Sinclair Robert, baker 8 

Sprou] John L. practical plumber ... 17 
Squire John P. & Co. pork, lard and 

hams 6 

Starbuck James C furnaces 20 

Stewart H. L. painter 12 

Stickney N. N. & Co. lumber 5 

Stone William A. apothecary 4 

Stockbridge R.O. carpenter 29 

Strang & Taylor, furniture ."0 

Sullivan T. express and job wagon . . . 33 

Swett L. C & Co. furniture 3 

Thayer J. H. & J. P. & Co. painters . . 16 

Thurston, Hall & Co. cracker bakers . . 6 

Tufts Samuel, jr. furniture mover ... 4 

Wellington Horatio & Co. coal and wood 32 
Wellington & Hunnewell, coal and wood 32 
Webber J. H. architect and insurance 

agent 27 

Wentworth T.B. church furniture . . . 15 
Weston William H. & Co. apothecaries 24 
Whitney B. W. lawyer . . opposite preface 

Wieland Brothers, florists 4 

Wilder C. D. boots and shoes . . . foot lines 
Woodbury & Co. planing mill 

front colored page 

Wood Alfred, grocer 2 

Woods Geo. & Co. parlor organs ... 26 
Worcester Brothers, furniture and car- 

petings ....... front colored page 

Wright George G-. flour, etc 24 

Wyeth James H. grocer 25 

Wymam William, coal and wood . ... 15 



Avon Cafe outside back cover 

Bacon Edward T., gas fixtures and sew- 
ing machines opp. title 

Bacon Robert & Co. shirts and patterns 

foot lines 
Beal, Kendall & Co. coppersmiths 

opposite preface 

Beal & Hooper, furniture 36 

Bean M. J. & Co. clothing . . back colored 

Black J. W. photographer 43 

Boston Music School . . . inside back cover 
Boston Papsr Company, paper hang- 
ings and curtains . . outside back cover 
Brown Geo. B. & Co. blank books and 

stationery opposite contents 

Burt Sc Harris, butter, cheese and eggs 38 
Burton, Fellows & Co. brush manuf. . 34 

(hise Freeman H. express 4 

Chilson Gardner, stoves and furnaces 

front colored pages 

Choate H. A. druggist opp. 256 

Chubbuck Levi, furnaces and ventilat- 
ors front colored page 

Clapp David & Son, printers 39 

Clapp Otis, homoeopathic medicines . . 43 

Cofran Samuel M. brick manuf 20 

Comstock, Gove & Co. soda and mineral 

water opposite contents 

Connolly & Power, boot and shoe man- 
ufacturers . . • 42 

Cook James M. stained and cut glass 

opposite contents 
Cromack J B. & Co. millinery and 

straw goods 41 

Cutler Joseph, lawyer 36 

Dearborn N. 8. engraver and plate 

printer 35 

Dudley d H. lawyer 31 

Dugan Thomas, florist 40 

Erickson A,, sail and tent maker .... 44 
Fera George, confectioner and dining 

room 40 

French James, real estate . . over calendar 
Gale Win. T. & Co. watches, jewelry 

and plate . . . colored inset opp. p. 246 
Gale & Wood, lumber . . outside front cover 
Gore D. & H. pavers and contractors . 39 
Harrington John & Co. hosiery, gloves, 

etc outside front cover 

Hartshorn Joseph, upholsterer .... 38 
Haskell & Allen, print publishers and 

picture frames 404 

Hawthorne & Tucker, plumbers . ... 41 
Howland, Doughty & Co. lumber .... 43 
Hunt J. S. Director N. E. Detective Bu- 
reau and Inquiry Office 

inside back cover 

James Geo. B. & Co. lumber . . . foot lines 
Jessop Wm. &Sons, iron and steel 

opposite preface 

Jones Arthur E. lawyer 36 

Lacount E. D. spring bed lounges 

outsid ' back cover 
Lambert Brothers, glass . . . front col. page 

Lawler William, engraver 38 

Leavitt H H. hats and furs 43 

Lombard & Co. grindstones .... on map 

Lovejoy Wm. S. dining room 430 

Martin James & Son, sail and tent 

makers opp. 247 

Meyer Chas. E. & Co. mirrors and pic- 
ture frames 40 

National Insurance Company . back colored 
New England Linen Hose Manf'g Co. 

front 14 
North, Meriam & Co. pork, lard and 

hams 43 

Paine John S. furniture . inside front cover 

Parker Horatio G. lawyer 36 

Partridge Horace & Co. toys and fancy 

goods opp. 144 

Perry & King, express 9 

Petersilea Carlyle, music school .... 44 
Pettingill & Pear, spring beds. etc. . on map 
Procter D. A. screen doors and rubber 

moulding outside back cover 

Rice & Perkins, engravers opp. 368 

Rowe R. B. express 30 front 

Sanborn A. C. & Co. granite 16 

Savage D. & Son, express 26 

Sawin Moses M. express 8 

Seaver B. F. dining room 35 

Simmons Benj. carpet cleaning. ... 42 
c*mith William H. printer and engraver 35 

Spear E. D., M. D. physician 37 

Squire John P. & Co. pork, lard and 

hams 6 

8timson & Babcock, varnishes and japans 

outside back cover 
Stumcke Henry & Co. Avon Cafe 

outside back cover 

Union Carpet Cleaning Co 42 

Union Stone Co. artificial stone . . opp. 112 

Ward H. B. real estate agent 44 

Warren R. millinery goods 39 

Wellington Horatio & Co. coal, wood, 

etc 32 

Wellington & Hunnewell, coal,wood,etc. 32 
Whitman E. F. oculist and aunst 

opposite contents 

Winnelt J. & Co. real estate 38 

Wyman William, coal, wood, etc. ... 15 


Ale, Porter and Cider. 

Comstock, Gove & Co.30 Caual (see advt. 
opp. contents) 


Choate H. A. under Revere House (see 
advt. opp. p. 256) 

Artificial Stone. 

Union Stone Co. 16 Exchange (see advt. 
opp. p. 112) 


Martin James & Bon, 114 Commercial 
(see advt. opp. p. 247) 

Bed Lounge Manufacturer. 

Lacount Eugene D. 37| Haverhill (see 
advt. outside back cover) 

Blank Book Manufacturers. 

Brown George B. & Co. 94 State (see 
advt. opp. contents) 

Boots and Shoes. 

Connolly & Power, 10 School (see advt, 
dept. p. 42) 

Brush Manufacturers. 

Burton, Fellows &Co. 21 Exchange (see 
adv. dept. p. 34) 

Butter, Cheese and Eggs 

Burt & Harris, 24 Quincy market (see 
adv. dept. p. 38) „ 

Carpet Cleaning. 

Simmons Benjamin, Cambridge, cor 
Charles (see adv. dept. p. 42) 


Bacon Edward T. 464 Washington (see 

advt. opp. title) 
Pettingill & Pear, 35 Bratte (see advt. on 


Chromos, Engravings, etc. 

Haskell & Allen, 61 Hanover (see adv 

Clothing (Men's and Boys'). 

Bean N. J. & Co. 10 North (see advt. 
back colored page) 

Coal, Wood, etc. 

Wellington & Hunnewell, Charlestown 
bridge, Charlestown (see adv. dept. p. 


Fera George, 243 Washington (see adv. 
dept. p. 40) 


Beal, Kendall & Co. 65 to 69 Merrimac 
(see advt. opp. Introductory) 

Boston Paper Co. 17 Hanover (see advt. 
outside back cover) 

Detective Office. 

New England Detective Bureau and 
Inquiry office, J. S. Hunt, Director, 
169 Tremont (see advt. inside back 

Diamond Tools. 

Union Stone Co. 16 Exchange (see advt. 
opp. p. 112) 

Dining Rooms. 

Fera George, 243 Washington (see adv. 

dept. p. 40) 
Lovejoy William S. 21 Court (see adv. 

p. 43U) 
Seaver B. F. 35 Avon (see adv. dept. p. 

Sturacke Henry & Co. 23 Avon (see advt. 

outside back cover) 

Drop Lights. 
Bacon Edward T. 464 Washington (see 
advt. opp. title page) 

Emery Wheels. 

Union Stone Co. 16 Exchange (see advt. 
opp. p. 112) 

Engine Hose. 

N. E. Linen Hose Manfg. Co. 179 Wash, 
(see advt. p. 14, front part) 


Dearborn N. S. 23 West (see adv. dept. 

p. 35) 
Lawler William, 12 Winter (see adv. 

dept. p. 38) 
Rice & Perkins, 36 Bromfield (see advt. 

opp. p. 368) 
Smith Wm. H. 199 Washington (see 

adv. dept. p. 35) 


Cambridgeport Express Co. 8, 10, 34, 

and 36 Court square (see adv. dept. p. 

Chase Freeman H. 5 Broad and 1 Fan- 

euil Hall sq. (see adv. dept. p. 4) 
Perry & King, 31 Devonshire (see adv. 

dept. p. 9) 
Rowe R. B. 38 Faneuil Hall sq. (see 

advt. p. 30, front) 
Sawin Moses M. 8, i0, and 34 Court sq. 

(see adv. dept. p. 8) 

Fancy Goods. 

Partridge Horace & Co. 51 Hanover (see 
advt. opp. p. 144) 


Martin James & Son, 114 Commercial 
(see advt. opp. p. 247) 


Dugan Thomas, 142 Washington (see 
adv. dept. p. 40) 

Furniture Manufacturers. 

Beal & Hooper, Haymarket square (see 

adv. dept. p. 36) 
Paine J. S. 141 Friend and 48 Canal (see 

advt. inside front cover) 

Gas Burners. 

Bacon Edward T. 464 Washington (see 
advt. opposite title page) 

Gas Fixtures. 

Bacon Edward T. 464 Washington (see 
advt. opposite title ) 

Gents Furnishing Goods. 

Bacon Robert & Co. 45 West (see advt. 
footlmes oiVpages) 

German Globes. 

Bacon Edward T. 464 Washington (see 
advt. opposite title) 



Glass (Cut and Stained), 

Cook James M. 131 to 141 Congress (see 
advt. opposite contents) 

Glass (Window). 

Lambert Bros. 10 and 12 Merchants row 
(see advt. front colored page) 

Glaziers' Diamonds. 

Lambert Bros. 10 and 12 Mercb ante row 
(see advt. front colored page) 

Sanborn A. C. & Co. 17 Court (see adv. 
dept. p. 16) 


Lombard & Co. Lewis whf. cor. Atlan- 
tic ave. (see advt. on map) 

Hats, Caps and Furs. 

Leavitt H.II. 91 Court (see adv. dept. p. 

Homoeopathic Books and Medi- 

Clapp Otis, 3 Beacon (see adv. dept. p. 


Hose Couplings, Etc. 

N. E. Linen Hose Manfg. Co. 179 Wash, 
(see advt. p. 14, front part) 

Hosiery, Gloves, etc. 

Harrington John & Co. 17 Tremontrow 
(see advt. outside front cover) 

Insurance Companies. 

National Insurance Co. 14 Devonshire 
(see advt. opp. inside back cover) 

Iron and Steel. 

Jessop William & Sons, 134 North (see 
advt. opp. introductory) 

Italian Awnings. 

Erickson A. 38 North Market (see adv. 

dept. p. 44) 
Martin James & Son, 114 Commercial 

(see advt. opp. p. 247) 

Jewelry, Watches, etc. 

Gale William T. & Co. 221 Washington 

(see advt. opp. p. 246) 
Partridge Horace & Co. 51 Hanover (see 

advt. opp. p. 144) 

Knitting and Flutin^ Machines. 

Bacon Edward T. 464 Washington (see 
advt. opposite title page) 


Cutler Joseph, 47 Court (see adv. dept. 

p. 36) 
Dudley S. H. 20 Court (see adv. dept. p. 

Jones Arthur E. 42 Court (see adv. 

dept. p. 36) 
Parker Horatio G. 46 Washington (see 

adv. dept. p. 36) 

Linen and Cotton Hose. 

N. E. Linen Hose Manfg. Co. 179 Wash, 
(see advt. p. 14, front part) 

Looking Glasses. 

Meyer Charles E. & Co. Haymarket sq. 
(see adv. dept. p. 41) 

Lounge Manufacturer. 

Lacount Eugene D. 37£ Haverhill (see 
advt. outside back cover) 

Gale & Wood, 22 Congress sq. (see 

advt. outside front cover) 
Howland, Doughty & Co. 22 Congress 

sq. (see adv. dept. p. 13) 
James George B. «Ss Co. 14 State (see 

advt. footlines) 


CromackJ.B. & Co. 26 Temple place 
(see adv. dept. p. 41) 

Millinery Goods. 

Warren R. 90 Court (see adv. dept. p. 

Music Schools. 

Boston Music School, 22 Eliot (see advt. 

inside back cover 
Petersilea Carlyle, 339 Wash, (see adv. 

dept. p. 44) 

Oculist and Aurist. 

Whitman E. F. 110 Court (see advt. opp 

Oil Stones and Holders. 

Union Stone Co. 16 Exchange (see advt. 
opp. p. 112) 

Paper Hangings. 

Boston Paper Co. 17 Hanover (see advt. 
outside back cover) 


Gore D. & H. 6 Traveller bldg. (see adv. 
dept. p. 39) 

Phonographic Works. 

Clapp Otis, 3 Beacon (see adv. dept. p. 


Black J. W. 173 Washington (see adv. 
dept. p. 43) 


Spear E. D. 713* Washington (see adv. 
dept. p. 37) 

Picture Frames. 

Haskell & Allen, 61 Hanover (see adv. p. 

Meyer Charles E. & Co. Haymarket aq. 

(see adv. dept. p. 40) 


Hawthorne & Tucker, 16 Province (gee 
advt. dept. p. 41) 

Plumber's Materials. 

Hawthorne & Tucker, 16 Province (see 
adv. dept. p. 41) 

Pork, Lard and Hams. 

North, Meriam & Co. 27 and 29 F. H. 
" market (see adv. dept. p. 43) 
Squire John P. & Co. 23 and 25 F. H. 
market (see adv. dept. p. 6) 


Clapp David & Son, 334 Washington 

(see adv. dept. p. 39) 
Dearborn N. S. (Plate), 23 West (see 

adv. dept. p. 35) 
Partridge Horace & Co. 51 Hanover (see 

advt. opp. p. 144) 
Smith William H. 199 .Washington (see 

adv. dept. p. 35) 

Print Publishers. 

Haskell & Allen, 61 Hanover (see adv. p. 



Railroad Contractors. 

Gore D. & H. 6 Traveller building (see 
adv. dept. p. 39) 

Real Estate Agents. 

French James, 80 Washington (see advt 

over calendar) 
Ward H. B. 2 Court square (see adv 

dept. p. 44) 

Real Estate. 

Winnett J. & Co. 5 Tremont (see adv 
dept. p. 38) 

Rubber Mouldings. 

Proctor D. A. 109 Washington (see advt 
outside back cover) 

Sail Makers. 

Erickson A. 38 North Market (see adv 

dept. p. 44) 
Martin James & Son, 114 Commercial 

(see advt. opp. p. 247) 

Sewing Machines. 

Bacon Edward T. 464 Washington (sec 
advt. opp. title page) 

Shirt Manufacturers. 

Bacon Robert & Co. 45 West (see advt 
foot lines) 

Silver Plated Ware. 

Gale William T. & Co. 221 Washingtoi 

(see advt. opp. p. 246) 
Partridge Horace & Co. 51 Hanover (set 

advt. opp. p. 144) 

Soda and Mineral Water. 

Comstock, Gove & Co. 30 Canal (see 
advt. opp. contents) 

Spring Beds. 

Pettingill & Pear, 35 Brattle (see advt- 
on map) 

Stained and Cut Glass. 

Cook James M. 131 to 141 Congress (see 
advt. opp. contents) 


Brown George B. & Co. 94 State (see 
advt. opp. contents) 

Stoves, Furnaces and Ranges. 

Chil6on Gardner, 99 and 101 Blackttone 
(see advt. front colored pages) 

Chubbuck Levi, 10 Bedford (see advt. 
front colored page) 

Straw Goods. 
Cromack J. B. & Co. 26 Temple place 

(see adv. dept. p. 41) 
Warren K. 90 Court (see adv. dept. p. 39/ 

Student Lamps. 

Bacon Edward T. 464 Washington (see 
advt. opp. title page) 

Tents and Flags. 

Erickson A. 38 North Market (see adv. 

dept. p. 44) 
Martin James & Son, 114 Commercial 

(see advt. opp. p. 247) 

Threads and Trimmings. 

Harrington John & Co. 17 Tremont row 
(see advt. outside front cover) 


Hartshorn Joseph, 21 Charles (see adv 
dept. p. 38) 

Varnishes and Japans. 

Stimson & Babcock, 104 Water (see advt. 
outside back cover) 


Chubbuck Levi, 10 Bedford (see advt. 
front colored page) 

Wagon Covers. 

Martin James & Son, 114 Commercial 
(6ee advt. opp. p. 247) 

_ Window and Door Screens. 

Proctor D. A. 109 Washington (see advt. 
outside back cover) 

New England Linen Hose Manuf'g Co. 




Low Prices. 

ROBERT GEMS, Treasurer, 
Salesroom, 179 Washington Street, Boston, Mass. 



Purchase, Sale & Leasing of Real Estate, 

Houses, Stores, and Zand in Boston and vicinity, bought and sold on 

liberal terms. 

Negotiator of Notes and Mortgages. 

Particular attention paid to the CARE OP REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTION 
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97 Cambridge Street^ 


Represent tne following Companies* 

North British and Mercantile, of London * and Edinburgh, 

Fire Assets $13,500,000 

Insurance Company of North America, of Philadelphia - 3,000,000 

Pranklin, of Philadelphia 3,000,000 

Westchester, of New York 600,000 

Bangor, of Bangor - 300,000 

Penn, of Philadelphia 300,000 

Amazon, of Cincinnati ------- 800,000 

Pennsylvania Underwriters - - - • - - - 1,000,000 

Holyoke Mutual 200,000 

John Hancock Life 2,600,000 

Hartford Life and Accident 2,000,000 

Risks placed in any First-class Company. 


Orders sent by Mail promptly attended to. 


Acacia, from 13 Ash to Hawthorne. 

Albro, from Western avenue to Blackstone. 

Allen, from 178 North avenue to 8 Orchard. 

Allston, from 114 Magazine to Waverley, east to Fort 

Allston court, from 100 Allston. 

Amory, from 329 Broadway to 190 Hampshire. 

Araory place, from 11 Amory, west. 

Antrim, from 353 Broadway to Atwood's Corner, 532 

Appian way, from 63 Brattle to 3 Garden. 

Appleton, from 155 Brattle to Concord ave. 

Arlington, from 131 North avenue to Washington ave. 

Arrow, from 866 Main to 13 Bow. 

Ash, from 84 Brattle to 151 Mount Auburn. 

AshburtOn place (formerly Lincoln place), from 26 

Ash street court, from 12 Ash, east. 

Athens, from 22 Mount Auburn, south. 

Auburn, from 20 Western ave. to Sydney. 

Auburn court, from 62 Auburn to 23 Watson. 

Austin, from 439 Main to 10 Inman. 

Austin place, from 86 Austin, south. 

Avon, from 25 Shepard to 40 Linnsean. 

Avon Hill street, continuation of Avon. 

Baldwin, from 661 Cambridge to 78 Kirkland. 

Baldwin court, from 26 Baldwin, east. 

Baldwin's court, from 97 Main, L. P. 

Baldwin place, from 35 Baldwin, west. 

Banks, from 10 Mount Auburn to Western avenue. 

Bath, from 158 Mount Auburn, south. 

Bay, from 776 Main to 288 Kinnard. 

Beacon (Somerville),from Hampshire at Atwood's cor- 
ner, west. 

Beaver, from 10 Cowperthwait to 19 Flagg. 

Beech, from 188 North avenue to Elm, in Somerville. 

Beck's park, Harvard junction, Main. 

Belmont, from North ave. n. A. R. R. to Jackson. 

Bennet, from Murray, west. 

Bent, from Court to Ninth. 


Berkeley, from 9 Phillips place to 4 Craigie. 

Berkshire, from Bristol, north. 

Bigelow, from 691 Main to 282 Harvard. 

Binney, from Court to Ninth. 

Blackstone, from 129 River to Western avenue. 

Blair place, from 72 Bolton. 

Blanche, from 16 Front, south. 

Boardman, from 183 Harvard to 256 Broadway. 

Bolton, from 111 Dublin, west and east. 

Bond, from 43 Concord avenue to 58 Garden. 

Bow, from 902 Main to 59 Mount Auburn. 

Bowdoin, from 1 Harrison court to 22 Linnsean. 

Brattle, from 9 Harvard square to Mount Auburn, at 
Fresh Pond lane. 

Brattle square, from 34 Brattle street to 99 Mt. Auburn. 

Brewer, from 146 Mt. Auburn, south. 

Brewery, from 166 Broadway to 27 Washington. 

Bridge, from Craigie's Bridge to Sornerville. 

Brighton, from 9 Harvard square to Brighton bridge. 

Bristol, from 17 Market to Hampshire. 

Broadwa}', from 99 Main, Ward 2, to Cambridge. 

Brookline, from 520 Main to the river. 

Brooks, from -73 Pearl to 66 Magazine. 

Brooks court, from 37 School to 12 Myrtle place. 

Buckingham, from 25 Craigie to 58 Concord ave. 

Cambridge, from 96 Bridge to 8 Kirkland. 

Carver, from 70 Sacramento to Hammond. 

Cedar, from 339 North avenue to 39 Spruce. 

Centre, from 21 Hancock to 8 Dana. 

Channing, from 168 Brattle to Mount Auburn. 

Chapman place, from 13 Gerry to 14 Brewer. 

Charles, from 121 Third, west. 

Charles river, from 52 Mount Auburn to 11 Dyke. 

Chatham, from 51 Hancock to 36 Dana. 

Chauncy, from 21 North avenue to 15 Concord ave. 

Cherry, from 421 Main to 176 Harvard. 

Cherry court, from 22 Cherry. 

Chester, from 260 North avenue to Somerville. 

Chestnut, from 168 Pleasant to Sj'dney, Ward 4. 

Chestnut, from 404 Harvard to 35 Bow, Ward 1. 

Chestnut court, from 38 Essex, east. 

Church, from 13 Harvard row to 45 Brattle. 

Clark, from 387 Main to 20 Webster ave. 

Clark's court, from 24 Cherry, east. 

Clay, from 93 Spruce to 40 Harvey. 

Clifton, from 117 Spruce to 64 Harvey. 

Clinton, from 707 Main to 290 Harvard. 

Coggswell avenue, from 237 North avenue toFitchburg 
R. R. 


Columbia, from 473 Main to Miller's river, Somerville. 

Columbia court, from 58 Columbia. 

Concord avenue, from 3 Waterhouse to Belmont. 

Conlon's court, from 152 Court, east. 

Coolidge ave. from Mount Auburn to Watertown line. 

Cottage, from 45 Pearl to 44 Pleasant, Ward 4. 

Cottage, from Milk to Elm, in Somerville, Ward 5. 

"Cottage court, from 8 Cottage, south. Ward 4. 

Court, or Third, from 27 Main, L. P. to 209 Bridge. 

Cowperthwait, from 25 Banks to 38 De Wolf. 

Craigie, from 28 Concord ave. to 141 Brattle. 

Crane, from 17 Banks to 24 De Wolf. 

Crescent, from 104 Oxford to 61 Sacramento. 

Crescent ave. (formerly Dwight), from Walden to Ray- 

Crossland, from 77 Clark to Bristol. 

Dana, from 787 Main to 634 Cambridge. 

Dana court, from 21 Western avenue, north. 

Dana square, Magazine, from Brooks to Lake and 

Daniels' Court, from 15 Hilliarcl, west. 

Davenport, from Elm (Somerville), south. 

Davis, from 125 Harvard to 42 Hampshire. 

Day, from 274 North avenue to Somerville. 

Daye avenue, from 8 Blackstone, west. 

Deacon, from 12 Dock to Pioneer, L. P. 

DeWolf, from 38 Mount Auburn to Flagg. 

DeWolf Court, from 11 DeWolf, west. 

Dexter, from Washington avenue to Raymond. 

Dickinson, from 56 Clark to Davis. 

Dinsmore Court, from 33 Willard, west. 

Distillhouse, from 365 Cambridge to Somerville. 

Divinity avenue, from 27 Kirkland, north. 

Dock, from 70 Broadway to 197 Main. 

Donnell, from 99 Concord avenue to 140 Garden. 

Douglass, from 513 Main to 50 Austin. 

Dover, from 286 North avenue to Somerville. 

Dublin, from 109 Garden to 74 Spruce. 

Dunster, from 1 Harvard square to College wharf. 

Dwight, changed to Crescent avenue. 

Dyke, from 27 DeWolf to Holyoke. 

East, from 113 Bridge, north. 

East Perry, from 8i Brookline to 66 Pearl. 

East Perry court, from 10 East Perry, south. 

Eaton, from 23 Cherry to 14 Pine. 

Eighth, from 214 Cambridge, south. 

Eliot, from 104 Mount Auburn to 68 Brighton. 

Ellery, from 811 Main to 654 Cambridge. 


Ellsworth avenue, from 403 Broadway to 612 Cam- 

Elm, from 213 Harvard to Somerville, Ward 4. 

Elm, from Cottage to Russell, Ward 5. 

Elmwood avenue, from 182 Brattle to Mount Auburn, 

Emmet, from Garden to Ra3 r mond. 

Ericsson court, from 91 Green, north. 

Erie, from 120 Brookline to 84 Magazine. 

Essex, from 591 Main to 238 Harvard. 

Essex court, from 51 Essex. 

Eustis court, from 110 Oxford, east. 

Everett, from 42 North avenue to 45 Oxford. 

Everett place, from 154 Mount Auburn, south to Gas 

Fairfield, from Spruce near North avenue to Pemberton 

Farwell place, from 53 Brattle 

Fayerweather, from 181 Brattle, north to Vassal lane. 

Fa3'ette, from 369 Broadway to 504 Cambridge. 

Felton, from 469 Broadwa} r to 728 Cambridge. 

Fifth, from 68 Winter to 75 Charles. 

First, from 32 Cambridge to Thorndike. 

Flagg, from 33 Banks to DeWolf. 

Florence, frem Magazine to Pleasant. 

Follen, from 9 Concord avenue to 13 Waterhouse. 

Forest, from 120 North avenue, to Somerville,. 

Fort Putnam, junction of Fourth and Otis. 

Fort Washington, Washington square, from Waver ley 
foot of Allston, to G. J. R. R. 

Fort , east of Cambridge Cemetery. 

Fort , Franklin, near Putnam. 

Foster, from 21 Willard to 14 Lowell. 

Fourth, from 244 Bridge, to 43 Charles. 

Franklin, from 29 Sydney to 22 Putnam. 

Franklin alley, from 47 Cambridge to Gore. 

Fremont, from 95 Pleasant to 100 River. • 

Fresh Pond lane, from 253 Brattle to Fresh Pond Hotel. 

Frisbie place, from 23 Kirkland, north. 

Front, from 484 Main to !' Village. 

Fiont street court, from 14 Front, south. 

Frost, from 12 Roseland to Harris. 

Garden, from North ave. at the Colleges, to Walden. 

Garden court, from Garden, near Dublin, east 

Gardner, from 31 Tremont to 110 Prospect. 

Gardner place, from 128 Mount Auburn, south. 

Gerry, from 138 Mount Auburn, south. 

Gilpin, from 357 Main to 76 Washington. 

Gore, from 152 Bridge to Somerville. 

Gore place, from 132 Gore. 


Gray place, from 91 Harvard. 

Green, from 9 Brookline to 13 Sydney, and from 9 Pearl 
to 14 Hancock, south and from 10 Bay to 9 Putnam. 

Greenough avenue, from Highland ave. to Ellsworth ave. 

Groveland, from 20 Spruce, south to Fitchburg R. R. 

Hamilton, from 98 Magazine to Waverley. 

Hammond, from 62 Oxford to Carver. 

Hampshire, from 179 Broadway, L. P. to Somerville. 

Hancock, from 195 Franklin to 386 Broadway. 

Harris, from 22 Frost to Beacon, Somerville. 

Harrison, from 349 Main to 68 Washington. 

Harrison avenue, from 77 Pleasant to 78 River. 

Harrison court, from 69 North avenue to Wright. 

Harvard, from 201 Main, L. P. to 1 Harvard square. 

Harvard square, junction of 472 Harvard, Brattle and 
North avenue. 

Harvey, from 9 Cedar, west. 

Hastings, from G. J. R. R. to 56 Moore. 

Hastings square, Brookline, bet. Chestnut and Henry. 

Hawthorne, from 96 Brattle to Mt. Auburn. 

Hawthorne avenue, from 223 Brattle to Vassal lane. 

Hay market square, Main, junction Western avenue, 
River and Magazine streets. 

Henry, from Waverley to 158 Pearl. 

Highland, from Appleton to Reservoir. 

Highland avenue, from 393 Broadway to 588 Cambridge. 

Hilliard, from 60 Brattle to 133 Mount Auburn. 

Hollis, from 285 North avenue to 37 Spruce. 

Holly, from 361 Main to 34 School. 

Holly avenue, from Madison to Wyeth. 

Holly place, from 15 Holly, west. 

Holmes place, from 2 North avenue to Kirkland. 

Holyoke, from 448 Harvard to Dyke. 

Holyoke place, from 64 Mount Auburn to 30 Holyoke. 

Houghton, from Prospect to Somerville. 

Howard, from 71 River to Kinnard, Ward 4. 

Howard, now called Brewer, Ward 1. 

Hubbard, from Walden to Raymond. 

Hunting, from 329 Cambridge to Somerville. 

Inman, from 677 Main to 214 Hampshire. 

Inman place, from 57 Inman to Jones court, 

Irving, from 456 Broadway to 52 Kirkland. 

Irving place, from 124 Brattle, to 13 Foster. 

Jackson, from 105 Spruce to 52 Harvey. 

James, from 81 Brattle to 12 Mason. 

Jarvis, from 24 North avenue to 31 Oxford. 

Jay, from 51 River to Kinnard. 

Jefferson, from Warren to 22 Rideout. 


Jennings court, from 2 Front, south. 

Jones court, from 350 Broadway to 13 West, 

Jordan place, from 134 Broadway. 

Kent, from 119 River to "Western avenue. 

Kinnard, from 45 River to 30 Putnam. 

Kirkland, from North avenue, n. common to Somerville. 

Kirkland place, from 35 Kirkland, north. 

Lake, from 83 Pearl to 76 Magazine. 

Lake View avenue, from 189 Brattle to Vassal lane. 

Lambert, from 180 Gore to 239 Cambridge. 

Lambert avenue, from 145 North avenue, west. 

Langdon, from 49 North avenue to 11 Chauncy. 

Lambert avenue, from 145 North avenue, west. 

Langdon, from 49 North avenue to 11 Chauncy. 

Lechmere place, from 48 North, west to Boston and 
Lowell Railroad. 

Lee, from 721 Main to 372 Broadway. 

Leighton court, from 26 East, west. 

Lexington avenue, from 197 Brattle to Vassal lane. 

Lilac ccurt, from Portland, west, near Hampshire. 

Lincoln, fron Fremont to Somerset. 

Lincoln, from 129 Windsor to b0 Elm. 

Lincoln court, from 7 Lincoln, north. 

Lincoln place, changed to Ashburton place. 

Linden, from 424 Harvard to 61 Mt. Auburn. 

Line, from 559 Cambridge to 90 Kirkland. 

Linnsean, from 111 North avenue to 69 Garden. 

Livermore or Union, from 37 Market to 8 Lincoln. 

Lopez, from 65 Brookline to 52 Pearl. 

Loughrey court, from Pioneer, west. 

Lowell, from 156 Brattle to 269 Mt. Auburn. 

Lowland avenue, from 40 Spring, south. 

Madison, from 63 Concord avenue to 90 Garden. 

Magazine, from 610 Main to Captain's Island. 

Magazine court, from 117 Magazine to 12 Walnut 

Main, from West Boston Bridge to 400 Harvard. 

Maple avenue, from 381 Broadway to 561 Cambridge, 

Market, from 207 Broadway to 32 Elm. 

Mason, from 85 Brattle to 11 Garden. 

McCabe, from 277 Cambridge to 10 Jefferson. 

Meacham, from 294 North avenue to Somerville. 

Mead, from Walden, near F. R. R. to Coggsweil avenue. 

Medford, from Porter to Somerville line. 

Mellen, from 50 North avenue to 55 Oxford. 

Milk, from Union square, 150 North avenue, to Somer 
ville line. 

Mill, from 25 DeWolf to 50 Holyoke. 


Montgomery, from 79 Spruce to' 28 Harvey. 
Moore, from 357 Main to 212 Broadway. 
Mt. Auburn, from 842 Main to 252 Brattle. 
Mt. Auburn place, from 132 Mt. Auburn, south. 
Mt. Pleasaut, from Walden to Dexter. 
Mt. Vernon, from 139 North avenue. 
Mullins court, from 46 Winter. 
Munroe, from Court, west to Sixth. 
Munroe alley, from 130 Court, east. 
Murdock, from 164 Hampshire to 9 Gardner. 
Murdock court, from 80 Putnam to Western avenue. 
Murdock place, from 245 Mt. Auburn. 
Murray, from 1 1 Eliot to Charles river. 
Myrtle place, from 31 Moore, between Washington and 

Niagara, from 16 Brooks to 17 Lane. 

Nichols place, from 21 Baldwin, west. 

Ninth, from 238 Cambridge to Potter. 

Norfolk, from 549 Main to Somerville. 

Norris, from 319 North avenue. 

North, from 13 Water to 16 East. 

North avenue, from Harvard square to Arlington line. 

Norton, from 25 Bowdoin to 10 Avon. 

Norton court, from 12 Norton. 

Norton place, from 57 Kirkland. 

Oak, from 509 Cambridge to Somerville. 

Orchard, from 9 Davenport to Somerville. 

Osborn, from 368 Main, south to the marsh. 

Otis, from First to Ninth. 

Otis place, now called Revere place. 

Otter, from 24 Cowperthwait to 21 DeWolf. 

Oxford, from 13 Kirkland to Somerville. 

Palmer, from 8 Brattle to 16 Church. 

Park, from 81 Magazine to 80 Pleasant. 

Parker, from 50 Concord avenue, south. 

Pearl, from 568 Main to the Charles river. 

Pemberton, from Spruce, near North avenue to Fairfield. 

Perry, from 61 Pearl to 54 Magazine. 

PettenguTs court, from 58 Second, east. 

Phillips place, from 9 Mason to 18 Garden. 

Pine, from 87 School to 190 Harvard. 

Pioneer, from 52 Broadway to Deacon, L. P. 

Pioneer place, from Dock to Broadway. 

Pleasant, from 672 Main to Willow. 

Pleasant court, from 69 Pleasant. 

Pleasant place, from 50 Pleasant. 

Plymouth, from 91 Hampshire to 19 Portland. 

Porter, from 126 Pleasant to Walnut court, Ward 4. 


Porter, from 37 Warren to 38 Rideout, Ward 2. 

Portland, from 31 Hampshire to Cambridge. 

Potter, from Third or Court to G. J. R. R. 

Prescott, from 391 Harvard to 472 Broadway. 

Preston, from 74 Kirkland to Cambridge. 

Prince, from 99 Magazine to 112 Pleasant. 

Prospect, from 617 Main to Somerville. 

Putnam, from 1 Mt. Auburn to Western avenue. 

Putnam court, from 48 Putnam. 

Putnamplaee, from 66 Putnam to Western avenue. 

Quincy, from 900 Main to 28 Kirkland. 

Railroad, from 140 Dublin to Sargent. 

Raymond, from 51 Linnaean to Fitchburg R. R. 

Reed, from 67 Spruce to 16 Harvey. 

Reed's alley, from Broadway to West. 

Remington, from 857 Main to 380 Harvard. 

Reservoir, from 10 Fayerweather to Vassal lane. 

Revere place, from 134 Mt. Auburn, south. 

Rice, from 297 North avenue to 60 Cedar. 

Rice place, from 261 Mt. Auburn. 

Rideout, from 321 Cambridge, near E. C. to Somerville. 

River, from 620 Main to Brighton line. 

Rockwell, from 85 Pleasant to 86 River. 

Rogers, from Court to Ninth. 

Rollins court, from 8 Watson, south. 

Roseland, from 138 North avenue to Somerville. 

Russell, from 240 North avenue to Somerville. 

Sacramento, from 70 North avenue to Somerville. 

Sands, from Putnam to Charles river. 

Sargent, from 67 Spruce to Railroad. 

Saville, from Appleton to Walden. 

Sceva place, from 14 Green. 

School, from 331 Main to 23 Austin. 

School court, now Farwell place. 

Second, from 24 Gore to 28 Spring. 

Second street court, from 64 Second. 

Seventh, from 204 Cambridge, south. 

Seventh street court, north from 205 Cambridge. 

Shepard, from 63 North avenue to 47 Garden. 

Short, 145 Bridge to 42 North, Ward 3. 

Short, from 91 Magazine to 98 Pleasant, Ward 4. 

Sibley court, from 19 Sparks, west. 

Sixth, from 144 Gore to 83 Vine. 

Soden, from 29 Western avenue to 150 Franklin. 

Somerset, from 125 Pleasant to the creek. 

Somerset place, from 114 to 120 Magazine. 

South, from 41 Holyoke to 64 Brignton. 

Sparks, from 237 Mt. Auburn to 80 Concord avenue. 


Sparks street court, from 70 Concord avenue to Sparks. 

Spring, from 72 Second to Ninth. 

Spring place, from rear 126 Spring to rear 140 do. 

Spruce, from 257 North avenue to the meadows. 

Squire's court, from 164 Gore, south. 

State, from 13 front to Osborn. 

Stevens' court, from 11 Fourth, west. 

Stinson's court, from 8 Porter. 

Story, from 48 Brattle to 125 Mt. Auburn. 

Suffolk, from 49 Columbia to 46 Norfolk. 

Summer, from 105 Prospect to Inman. 

Sumner, from 735 Cambridge to 38 Kirkland. 

Sydney, from Henry to Hamilton, and from 8 Front to 

Tannery, from 382 North avenue to the almshouse. 

Temple, from 641 Main to 134 Austin. 

Tenny, from 39 Orchard to Elm in Somerville. 

Third, from 209 Bridge, and Boston and Lowell Rail- 
road to Charles. 

Thorndike, from First to Ninth. 

Tremont, from 303 Broadway to Somerville. 

Trowbridge, from 839 Main to Cambridge. 

Tuttle, from 8 Donnell to 9 Wyeth. 

Union, from 37 Market to 8 Lincoln. 

Union square, junction 160 North avenue with Milk. 

Valentine, from 95 Brookline to 80 Pearl. 

Vassal lane, from 85 Sparks to Concord avenue, Fresh 

Vernon, from 700 Main to 129 Green. 

Village, from 18 State to 35 Front. 

Vine, from 99 South Third to 81 Sixth. 

Walden, from 225 North avenue to Vassal lane. 

Walker, from Shepard, opp. Wallace, to Linnsean. 

Wallace, from 41 Garden to 38 Shepard. 

Walnut, from Waverley to 150 Pleasant. 

Walnut avenue, from 23 Arlington. 

Walnut court, from 97 Walnut. 

Ware, from 385 Harvard to 462 Broadway. 

Warland, from 71 Magazine to 70 Pleasant. 

Warren, from 263 Cambridge to Somerville. 

Washington, from 275 Main to 32 Norfolk. 

Washington avenue, from Lambert ave. to Foxcrofb. 

Washington court, from 40 Putnam, east. 

Washington square (see Fort Washington). 

Water, from 185 Bridge to Miller's river. 

Waterhouse, from 17 Garden to 11 North avenue. 

Watson, from 49 Brookline to 40 Pearl. 

Waverley, from Henry to Hamilton. 


Webster, from 35 Magazine to 56 Pleasant. 

"Webster avenue, from 49 Hampshire to Somerville. 

Webster place, from 50 Pleasant, also called Pleasant 

Wendell, from 58 North avenue to Carver. 

West, from 53 Inman to Lee. 

Western avenue, from 622 Main, Haymarket square to 
Brighton line. 

Willard, from 114 Brattle to 185 Mt. Auburn 

Willard place, from 17 Foster. 

Willard street court, from 18 Willard. 

Williams, from 37 Pearl to 26 River. 

Willow, changed to Pleasant. 

Willow place, from 345 Cambridge to Somerville. 

Windsor, from 403 Main to Somerville. 

Winter, from 206 Bridge to 4 Fifth. 

Winthrop, from 33 Holyoke to 8 Eliot. 

Winthrop square, corner 94 Mt. Auburn and Brighton. 

Worcester, from 59 Columbia to 54 Norfolk 

Wright, from 11 Harrison place to 8 Norton. 

Wyeth, from 79 Concord avenue, to 106 Garden. 


Almshouse, Tannery. 

Alumni and Memorial Hall, junction Kirkland, Quincy 
and Cambridge. 

Baldwin's block, Main, near West Boston bridge. 

Boyle's block, from 34 Charles. 

Brewer's block, Brattle square. 

Brimmer block, Harvard, n. Gr. J. R. R. 

Broadway block, Broadway, near Main. 

Brooks' buildings, Main, L. P. 

Buckley's Hall, Main, corner Norfolk. 

City Hall, 6Q6 Main. 

College buildings and Chapel, Harvard square. 

Court House, Third, corner Otis, E. C. 

Cuddy's block, Columbia, corner Lincoln. 

Divinity Hall, Divinity avenue. 

Dolton's block, Harvard, corner Linden, 

Douglass block, Main, cor. Essex. 

Dunham's block. 872 to 878 Main. 

Emmet Hall, 6 Brattle. 

Everett Hall, Hyde's block, 603 Main. 

Foster's block, 87 Main. 

Freemason's Hall, Dunstter, near Harvard sq. 

G. A. R. Hall, 99 Cambridge. 

Gault's block, Pleasant, near Fremont. 


Gore Hall, Harvard square. 

Hannum's block, Broadway, near G. J. R, R. 

Harvard, or Little's block, Harvard square. 

Harvard Memorial Hall, junction Kirkland, Cambridge 
and Quincy. 

Harvard Gymnasium, junction Broadway, Quincy and 

Henderson's block, North avenue, opp. Walden. 

Hews' block, Western avenue, near Putnam. 

Hixon's block, Pearl. 

Hixon's new block, 17 Magazine. 

House of Correction, Thorndike, E. C. 

Hovey's block, 402 Main. 

Hyde's block, Main, opp. Haymarket square. 

Institute Hall, 107 Cambridge. 

Kernan's block, rear 13 to 17 Charles river. 

Lechmere block, Bridge, junction Cambridge. 

Lechmere building, Cambridge, junction Bridge. 

Linnehan's block, Third, near Winter. 

Little's block, same as Harvard block. 

Lyceum building, Harvard square, corner Brattle. 

Lyceum Hall, Lyceum building, Harvard sq. 

Masonic Hall, 53 Cambridge. 

Masonic Hall, Main, near Temple. 

Masonic Hall, over P. O., North Cambridge- 

Melledge's block, Main, corner Norfolk. 

Memorial Hall, Mfain, cor. Norfolk. 

Moore's block, Mt. Auburn, cor. Charles river. 

Moore's block, 6 to 8 Brattle. 

Odd Fellows' Hall, 85 Cambridge, E. C 

Odd Fellows' Hall, 583 Main. 

Osborn's block, State. 

Ramsay's block, 1 Brattle. 

Saunders' block, 38 to 42 North avenue. 

Shea's block, 151 to 155 Bridge. 

S. of T. Hall, Lechmere Bank,building, Cambridge E. C. 

Shepherd's block, rear 10 Charles river. 

Shepherd's block, 9 Charles river. 

Squire's block, Squire's court, from 164 Gore. 

State Arsenal, Chauncy, corner Concord avenue. 

Stone's block, 27 to 35 Blackstone. 

Stratton's block, Cambridge, near Fifth. 

Symond's block, 24 De Wolf. 

Temple block, Main, corner Temple. 

Union Hall, 631 Main, nearly opp. Haymarket sq. 

Viles' block, Main, corner Pioneer, L. P. 

Vining's block, Main, corner Austin. 

Waitt's Hall, Cambridge, junction Hampshire.] 


Warland block, Harvard. 

Washington Hall, Wood's block, Main. 

Webster Hall, Main, corner Norfolk. 

Welch's block, North, opp. N. E. Glass Works. 

Wellington Hall, Pearl. 

Wheatland's block, Cambridge, junction Bridge. 

Whitney's block, 465 Main. 

Whitney's building, Brattle square. 

Williams' Hall, Webster avenue, near Main. 

Wood's block, Main, opp. Pearl. 

Zoological Hall, Divinity avenue. 

Zoological Museum, Divinity avenue. 


Boynton's wharf, East Cambridge. 

Brooks' wharf, Bridge, next Bay State Glass Co. 

Burrage, Shepherd & Co.'s wharf, Broadway, L. P. 

City wharf, Main, opp. Dock. 

College wharf, foot of Dunster. 

Gale, Wood & Co.'s wharf, Main, L. P. 

Gas wharf, foot of Bath. 

Gas Wharf, Court, n. Broad canal. 

Hall's wharf, end of Bridge street, E. C. 

Harrington's wharf, Main, near Broadway, L. P. 

Holmes & Rugg's wharf, River, near City Mills . 

Hubbard's, foot of Charles river. 

Luke & Bent's wharf, Main, near Pioneer. 

N. E. Glass House wharf, foot of North. 

Revere Sugar Refinery wharf, foot of Water. 

Sanborn's wharf, Bridge street, East Cambridge. 

Smith's wharf, Main, near Dock. 

Warren's wharf, Bridge street, next to Craigie's Bridge. 

Wellington H. & Co.'s wharf,Bridge, n. Craigie's bridge. 

Wyman's wharf, east end Craigie's bridge. 

Winthrop wharf, foot of De Wolf. 


Mt. Auburn, Mt. Auburn street, near Watertown line. 
Cambridge, Coolidge avenue, near Watertown line. 
Catholic, Spruce, opposite Jackson. 


Brookline bridge, from Cambridgeport to Brookline. 
Cambridge Great Bridge, from Cambridge to Brighton. 
Craigie Bridge, from East Cambridge to Boston. 


Prison Point Bridge from East Cambridge to Cbarlestown. 
River-street Bridge, from Cambridgeport to Brighton. 
West Boston Bridge, from Cambridgeport to Boston. 
Western ave. Bridge, from Cambridgeport to Brighton. 


WARD 1. Beginning at the boundary line between 
Cambridge and Belmont, on Concord avenue, thence by 
the centre of Concord avenue to Bond street, thence 
by the centre of said street to Garden street, thence by 
the centre of Garden street to Shepard street, thence 
by the centre of Shepard street to North avenue, thence by 
the centre of North avenue to Sacramento street, thence 
by the centre of Sacramento street to the boundary line 
between Cambridge and Somerville, thence by said boun- 
dary line to a point which would be struck by the central 
line of Dana street, if extended northerly to said boun- 
dary line, thence by a line to Dana street, and by the cen- 
tre of Dana street to Main street, thence by the centre of 
Main street to Mount Auburn street, thence by the centre 
of Mount Auburn street to Putnam street, thence by the 
centre of Putnam street to Western avenue, thence by 
the centre of Western avenue to the boundary line be- 
tween Cambridge and Brighton, thence by said boundary 
line to the boundary line between Cambridge and Water- 
town, thence by the last mentioned boundary line to the 
boundary line between Cambridge and Belmont, thence 
by the last mentioned boundary line to the point begun at. 

WARD 2. Beginning at the boundary line between 
Cambridge and Somerville, at a point which would be 
struck by the central line of Dana street, if extended 
northerly to said boundary line, thence by a line to Dana 
street, and by the centre of Dana street to Main street, 
thence through the centre of Main street to Norfolk 
street, thence by the centre of Norfolk street to Washing- 
ton street, thence b}' the centre of Washington street to 
the junction of Washington and Main streets, thence by a 
line at a right angle .southerly to the water, thence by the 
water to the mouth of Broad canal, thence by the centre 
of Broad canal to North canal, thence by the centre of 
North canal, and northerly, in a line continued therefrom, 
to the boundary line between Cambridge and Somerville, 
thence by said boundary line to the point begun at. 

WARD 3. Beginning at the mouth of Broad canal, 
thence by the centre of Broad canal to North canal, thence 
by the centre of North canal, and northerly in a line con- 
tinued therefrom, to the boundary line between Cambridge 


and Somerville, thence by said boundary line to the waters 
of Charles river, thence by the water to the point begun at. 

WARD 4. Beginning at the boundary line between 
Cambridge and Brighton, on Western avenue, thence 
through the centre of Western avenue to Putnam street, 
thence through the centre of Putnam street to Mount Au- 
burn street, thence through the centre of Mount Auburn 
street to Main street, thence through the centre of 
Main street to Norfolk street, thence through the centre 
of Norfolk street to Washington street, thence through the 
centre of Washington street to the junction of Washing- 
ton and Main streets, thence by a line at a right angle 
southerly to the water, thence bj T the water to the point 
begun at. 

WARD 5. Beginning at the boundary line between 
Cambridge and Belmont, on Concord avenue, thence by the 
centre of Concord avenue to Bond street, thence by 
the centre of said street to Garden street, thence by the 
centre of Garden street to Shepard, thence by the centre 
of Shepard street to North avenue, thence by the cen- 
tre of North avenue to Sacramento street, thence by the 
centre of Sacramento street to the boundary line between 
Cambridge and "Somerville, thence b} T said boundary line 
to the boundary line between Cambridg e and Arlington, 
thence by the said last mentioned boundary line to the 
point begun at. 



Boston Express. 

Lsave Cambrldgeport 8 A Lf., 2 P. M. Boston 11 A, M., 5 P. M. 

In Cambridgeport, S. Taylor's, 525 Main Street; corner Hampshire and 
Columbia Streets; J. H. Harlow, 59 River Street; Moore & Co., corner Cam* 
bridge and Norfolk Streets. 

In Boston, A. J. Harrington's CeEXAR, Xo. 7 Faneuil Hall Market. 


Residence, Springfield St., near Houghton. 
An Orders promptly to. 



FOR 1873. 


Ab., above; agt., agent; asst., assistant; ave„ avenue; b. or bds., boards; 
bet., between; bldg., building; blk., block; (B), Boston; com. mer., commission 
merchant; c. or cor., corner; ct., court; Ep. Theo. Sem., Episcopal Theological 
Seminary; h. house; lab., laborer; L. P., Lower Port;H. U., Harvard Univer- 
sity; mkr., maker; manuf., manufacturer; n. near; opp., opposite; pi., place; 
P. O., Post Office; pres., president; rd., road; Rev., reverend; st, street; sec, 
secretary; sq., square; supt. superintendent; treas., treasurer; (U. 8. N.), Uni- 
ted States Navy; (U. S. A.), United States Army; U. R. Co., Union Railroad 
Company; whol., wholesale: wid., widow; whf., wharf. 

AARON LEWIS, cigar maker, house 61 Brookline 
Aaron Moss, cigar maker, house 329 Main 
Aaron Solomon, cigar maker, house 105 Fourth 
Abbot Anne W. Miss, boards 23 Berkeley [Highland 

Abbot Edwin H. lawyer (13 Pemberton square, B.), house 
Abbot Ezra Bussey, Prof, of New Testament criticism 

and interpretation, H. U. house 23 Berkeley 
Abbot James L. student, H. U. rooms, 6 Holworthy 
Abbot William F. student, H. U. rooms, 55 Matthews 
Abbott Albert C. engineer, D. & H. Gore, boards at 

Abbott Basil, coffin maker, Lockhart's, house at Boston 
Abbott Calvin E. student, H. U. rooms, 3 Matthews 
Abbott Charles S. box-maker, house 41 Clark 
Abbott Edward, clergyman, house Channing 
Abbott Edward M. lumber dealer, Longwood (Brookline), 

house 7 Chauncy [Auburn court 

Abbott Edward W. paper ruler (Hawley, B.), house 15 
Abbott George, horse car conductor, bds 99 Mt. Auburn 
Abbott Geo. H. clerk, B. & A. R. R. h. 5 Dickinson 
Abbott George W. house 294 Harvard 
Abbott Henry H. yard-master, B. & A. R. R. h. 5 Dickinson 
Abbott Horatio N. engineer, Bridge, cor. Third, house 154 

Cambridge [Windsor 

Abbott John, engineer (Mason & Hamlin's, B.), house 81 
Abbott John P. printer, house 159 Windsor 
Abbott John T. clerk, Court House (Cambridge), house at 

Wollaston Heights 

J. S. SAWYER, GRAVEL ROOFING, No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 
Main street, Camforldgeport. 


Abbott Lucy K. Mrs. boarding, 5 Dickinson, house do. 
Abbott William A. foreman J. P. Squire & Co. h. 186 Gore 
Abe Dora Miss, millinery, house 202 Cambridge 
Abe John, laborer, house 202 Camoridge [square 

Abercrombie Daniel W. student, H. U. rooms, 26 Brattle 
Abercrombie Sarah G-. widow of Milo B. h. 26 Brattle sq. 
Abird Freeman, laborer, boards 116 Columbia 
Abrahamson John A. servant, 175 Brattle, boards do. 
Ackerman Temperance Mrs. house 324 Harvard 
Ackers John L. P. painter, Main, opposite Austin,boards 

Macauley's, Rockwell 
Ackers Sarah A. Mrs. house 6 Perry 
Ackers William H. printer, house 6 Perry 
Adam Alexander, blacksmith, house 222 Broadway 
Adams Albert, mason, house/7 Winthrop 
Adams Alexander L. house 858 Main 
Adams A. Clinton, book-keeper (Howard Insurance Co. 

Devonshire, B.), boards 22 Avon 
Adams Benjamin N. book-keeper (Farnum & Co. N. F. H. 

B.), house 145 Mt. Auburn [house do 

Adams Charles A. confectioner, Brookline, near Lopez, 
Adams Charles D. student, H. U. rooms, 3 Matthews 
Adams Charles J. deputy jailer and master, House of Cor- 
rection, house do. [boards 442 Broadway 
Adams Charles W. book-keeper (14 and 22 Sudbury, B.), 
Adams David J. jr. hat and clothes cutter, boards 61 Third 
Adams Dean J. navy yard (C), house Fourth, cor. Gore 
Adams Edward M. law student, rooms 41 Divinity Hall 
Adams Elizabeth, widow of Geo. W. bds. 14 Mt. Auburn 
Adams Elroy, hostler, boards 89 Tremont 
Adams Etta S. Miss, teacher at Almshouse, boards do. 
Adams E. French, book-keeper (Blake & Stearns, B.), 

boards 91 Thorndike [Winthrop 

Adams Frank H. gold-beater (33 Hawkins, B.), boards 17 
Adams Frank S. clerk George B. Stevens, bds. 57 Spring 
Adams Harry H. night inspector (Custom House, B.), 

house 71 Thorndike [1 Wardsworth House 

Adams Henry, assistant Professor of History, H. U. bds. 
Adams James, laborer, B. & M. R. R. house Warren, 

near Cambridge 
Adams James, cabinetmaker, boards 66 Green 
Adams James S. printer, boards 77 River 
Adams John, brass-finisher, house 162 Otis 
Adams John, tinman, house 1 Magazine conrt 
ADAMS JOHN P. gas-fixtures, 12 Harvard row, house 

14 Mt. Auburn 
Adams Joseph M. whalebone worker, house 39 Tremont 
Adams Joseph M. Mrs. house 147 Columbia 

street, Cambridgeport. 


ADAMS J. FRENCH, stair builder, Seventh, corner 

Cambridge, house 91 Thorndike 
Adams J. Getney, book-keeper (B.), house 40 Cherry 
Adams M. Mrs. boards 794 Main 
Adams Peter, printer, house 124 Green 
Adams Reuben A. auctioneer, house 222 North avenue 
Adams Samuel P. grocer, house 53 Cherry 
Adams Susan F. Mrs. house 349 Broadway 
Adams Theodore. P. teacher Hi^h school, house at Boston 
Adams William R. (Adams & Durrell), fancy goods, 106 
Cambridge, house do. [fancy goods, 106 Cambridge 
Adams & Durrell (Wm. Adams and Oliver H. Durrell), 
Addison William, machinist, house 6 Lopez 
Agassiz Alexander, assistant, Zoological Museum, house 
Norton place, Kirkland [house 36 Quincy 

Agassiz Louis, Professor of Zoology and Geology, H. U. 
Ahearn Mary, widow of John H. 5 Mullin's court 
Ahearn Michael, bricklayer, house 2 Baldwin place 
Ahearn Morris, laborer, house 48 Washington 
Ahearn Patrick, laborer, house 13 Vine 
Ahearn Timothy, baker, house 170 Franklin [Cambridge 
Ahern William, carver, Bramau, Shaw & Co. house 291 
Aiken Charles H. packer (Hanover, B.),bds. 152 Spring 
AIKEN FRANK J. photographer, Cambridge, corner 

Prospect, boards 157 Prospect 
Aiken Joseph M. (Aiken & Woodard), charcoal dealer, 

Cambridge, junction bridge, house 152 Spring 
Aiken Patrick, mason, house Willow place, near Cambridge 
Aiken William H. boards 152 Spring 
Aiken William H. teamster, house 41 Hampshire 
Aiken & Woodard . (Joseph M. Aiken and Jonas Wood- 
ard), charcoal dealers, Cambridge, junction Bridge 
Ailey Dennis, in Boston rolling mill, Portland 
Ainsley John R. book-keeper (97 Summer, B.), boards 48 

Albee Edward A. sash maker, house 25 Western avenue 
Albee Sumner, attorney (20 Court, B.), house 30 Essex 
Alberti George, cabinet maker, boards 21 Seventh 
Albree John, bookkeeper, Beal & Hooper's, Cambridge, 

near First, house at Charlestovvn 
Alden Abigail, widow of Harvey, house 434 Harvard 
Alden Albert, (Alden & Co.) brush manufacturer, 234 
Cambridge, house Q6 Thorndike [Brighton 

Alden Amos, paper collar cutter, 10 Arrow, boards 5Q 
Alden Ann Mrs. confectionery, etc. 546 Main, house do. 
Alden Edward, clothing and furnishing goods, 130 Cam- 
bridge, house at Newton [Harvard 
Alden George. A com. mer. (96 Milk, B.), house 317 

ROBERT BACON &. CO., Office 440 Main street, Cambridgeport. 
Patterns cut and materials for Shirts furnished. 


Alden James B. (83 Broad, B.), house 4 Langdon 
Alden Julius E. organ maker, house 471 Main 
Alden Sophia D. widow of Elbridge G. house 18 Hancock 
Alden Thomas (Alden & Co.), bookbinders, 7 Brattle, 

house 546 Main 
Alden Walter M. carpenter, boards 84 Austin 
Alden Wiljiam R. plasterer, house 13 Charles river 
Alden & Co. (Albert Alden and Jeremiah W. Smallidge) 

brush makers, 234 Cambridge. 
Alden & Co. (Thomas Alden), bookbinders, 7 Brattle 
Aldrich Frank S. moulder, house 293 Broadway 
Aldrich Leonard, bar tender, house Mill, near Holyoke 
Aldiich Thomas B. editor Every Saturday, house Elm- 
wood avenue, corner Mt. Auburn 
Alexander Chas. ship carpenter, house 22 Sixth 
Alexander Daniel, carpenter, house 63 Elm [Spring 

Alexander El win H. shipper (2 Commerce, B.), boards 76 
Alexander Hugh, mariner, house rear 3 Green 
Alexander J. Scott, provisions, 531 Main, house 10 Brook- 
Alexander Thomas, printer, boards 77 River 
Alfin James, laborer, house 126 Brookline 
Alger Alpheus^B. student, H. U. rooms 22 Holworthy 
Alger Edwin A. lawyer (13 Court square, B.), house Mt. 
Vernon [Alger's, Mt. Vernon 

Alger Frederick W. clerk (11 Winter, B.), boards E. A. 
Alger Morton, hides (92 High, B.), house 33 Sacramento 
Alger Walter E. clerk (22 Summer, B.), boards E. A. Al- 
ger's, Mt. Vernon 
Alghieri Simon, caterer, house 56 Worcester 
Allan Thomas, machinist, house 12 Broadway 
Allard Chas. baker, house Lopez, near Brookline 
Allen Addison, butcher wagon, house 23 River 
Allen Albert F. machinist, house 250 Broadway 
Allen Alonzo, cabinet maker, house 17 Winter 
Allen Ann, widow of Robert, house 1] Fifth 
Allen Avery T. house 30 Norfolk [folk 

Allen Avery T. jr. clerk (State House, B.), house 30 Nor- 
Alicn Alexander V. G Rev. Prof. Episcopal Theological 

school, house 37 Trowbridge 
Allen Caleb C. (Allen & Endicott), boiler maker, 356 

Main, house 26 Columbia 
Allen Chas. painter, boards 15 Pleasant 
Allen Charles A. clergyman, boards 12 Craigie 
Allen Charles E. book-keeper, H. O. Houghton & Co.'s, 

house 5 Fremont 
Allen Charles H. physician, 6 Essex, house 12 Craigie 
Allen Chas. H. cabinet maker, boards 23 Wheatland blk. 

JOHIV FORD & SON, Printers, Harvard Square; every variety 
of job printing. 


Allen Chas. P. stair-builder, house 95 Sixth 

Allen Daniel, expressman, house 19 Banks 

Allen Daniel, broom maker (22 J Exchange, B.), house 

124 Otis 
Allen Edward E. stair-builder, boards 95 Sixth 
Allen Eliza W. Mrs. house 12 East 
Allen Fannie Miss, school teacher, boards 11 Fifth 
Allen Frank A., Oriental Tea Co. (85 Court, B.), house 

782 Main 
Allen Frederick, bookbinder, boards 7 Mt. Auburn 
Allen George, pressman, Welch, Bigelow & Co. house Flagg 

near Putnam 
Allen George, laborer, U. R. Co. boards 1 Flagg 
Allen George B. driver, icecart, boards 47tf Cambridge 
Allen George W. machinist, house Banks, cor. Flagg 
Allen Henry George, proof-reader, house 1 Fremont 
Allen James, house rear 382 Cambridge 
Allen J. Addison, provisions, house 23 River 
Allen James, overseer, U. R. Co.'s stables, Dunster, bds. 

99 Mt. Auburn 
Allen James, blacksmith, house Hancock 
Allen James H. cutter, house 116 Inman 
Allen Joel A. University lecturer on Ornithology, rooms 

Zoological Hall, Divinity avenue 
Allen John, cook, house 90 Harvard 
Allen Joseph H. clergyman, house 5 Garden 
Allen Lowell D. student, H. U. rooms 25 Holyoke 
Allen Mary, widow of Henry, house 51 Gore 
Allen Matthew, laborer, house 211 Franklin 
Allen Richard M. student H. U. boards 5 Garden 
Allen Robert, glass cutter, house 42 Winter 
Allen Samuel A. house 13 Market 
Allen Thomas H. iron founder, house 21 Sydney 
Allen Wilkes, dentist, 7 Brattle, house 6 J do 
Allen William, laborer, house Suffolk, near Columbus 
Allen William W. surveyor, house 12 East 
Alien William H. B. superintendent Whitney d}-e wood 

mills, house 13 Market [16 Squire's block, Gore 

Allen William Martin, paper-ruler (28 Hawley, B.), house 
Allen & Endicott (Caleb C. Allen and Henry Endicott), 

boiler manufacturers, 356 Main, office in Boston, 5 

Liberty square 
Alle}' Elliott E. upholsterer, house 182 Cambridge 
Alley Emma B teacher, Felton Primary School, boards 

13 Union [Harvard 

Allison Andrew, grocer (8 South Market, B.), house 201 
Allison James M. clerk (B.), boards 201 Harvard 
Allorc Henry, laborer, house 150 Spruce 

No. 1 Hyde's Block, 6U3 Main street, Cambridgeport. 


Allyn John, bookseller (21 Bromfield, B.), h. 7 Holyoke 

Allyn Rebecca B. Mrs. house 5 Berkeley 
Almy Clarence, student, H. U. rooms 2 Gray 
Altrieth Leon hard, clerk, house Mill, near Holyoke 
Alverts Albeit, laborer, house 34 Charles 

Amador , cabinet maker, boards 22 Reed [Boston 

Amaral Thomas W. cabinet-maker, F Geldowsky, h. at 
Ambrose John L. clerk in clerk's office, Court House, bds. 

57 Spring 
Amee Ellen, widow of John, house 894 Main 
Amee Lucy A. widow of Jacob, house 894 Main 
Ames James B. instructor in history, H. U. rooms 33 

Holyoke House 
Ames John G. carpenter, house 23 front 
Ames Thomas F. conductor U. R. R. house 165 Otis 
Ames Timothy, captain of police station No. 1, boards 18 

Farwell place [Orchard, corner Tenney 

Ammidon Philip R. paper hangings (17 Hanover, B.), h. 
Amory Harcouit, student, H. U. rooms 19 Matthews 
Anderson Alexandar, laborer, house 20 Rice place 
Anderson Arabella Mrs. boarding-house, 69 Mt. Auburn 
Anderson Charles, carpenter, boards 177 Cambridge 
Anderson Charles, laborer, house rear 61 Brighton 
Anderson Cornelius, mariner, house 3 Gray place 
Anderson C. O. cabinet-maker, house 16 East 
Anderson Elizabeth, widow of Benjamin, house 43 Vine 
Anderson Frank E. tutor in Greek, H. U. rooms 7 Mat- 
thews Hall [Willard 
Anderson James, boot-maker, T. Clark, house Sparks, n. 
Anderson James, teamster, house 161 Mount Auburn 
Anderson James, carpenter, Palmer, n. Brattle, house 10 

Daniels' court 
Anderson John, slater, house 192 Norfolk 
Anderson John, clerk, A. Wood, boards 10 Daniels' court 
Anderson John P. safe maker, house 34 Charles 
ANDERSON J. FRANK, blacksmith, Soden, n Laundry, 

boards 5 Warland 
Anderson Matthew, carpenter, house 5 South [Spring 

Anderson Stephen, brass moulder (Hawkins, B.), h. 118 
Anderson Wm. painter, house 13 River 
Anderson William, glass maker, house rear 99 Cambridge 
Anderson William, laborer, house 16 Beaver 
Anderson Zachary, car driver, rooms 856 Main 
Andrews Frank, oil finisher, boards 90 Third 
Andrews George, boards 43 Pleasant 
Andrews Geo. W. Mrs. house 171 Windsor 
Andrews John D. cabinetmaker, house 233£ Broadway 

street, Cambridgeport. 


Andrews Robert M. painter, rear 81 Oxford, house do. 
Andrews Robert R. dentist, Whitney's building, 23 Brattle 

square, house 37 Brattle 
Andrews Samuel G. proof-reader, house 9 Rockwell 
Andrews Mary E. Miss, teacher private school, 29 

Everett, boards do. 
Andrews Walter S. student, H. U. rooms 24 Holyoke 

v house 
Andrews William, laborer, house Warren, n. Cambridge 
Andrews Wm. E, tinsmith, house 25 Prince 
Andrews W. H. hardware dealer, Henderson's block, 

North Cambridge, boards 7 Day 
Andriyas Schubart, cabinet maker, boards 57 Charles 
Andros Henry S. druggist and apothecary, 641 Main, 

boards 3 Norfolk 
Angel Isaac, counsellor at law, 603 Main, house 62 Cherry 
Angel Stephen, boiler maker, house 161 Broadway 
Angell Elgin A. student, H. U. rooms 1 Holworthy 
Anglim James, fireman Gas Works, house 43 Banks 
Anglim John, v ami she r, house 27 Vine 
Anglim Michael, laborer, house 48 Foster 
Angus Henry, building mover, boards rear 56 Winter 
Angus William N. gardener, house rear Mt. Auburn, near 

Elmwood avenue 
Annan William H. student, H. U. rooms 45 Matthews 
Ansell Stevens H. galvanizer, house 85 Clark [do. 

Anshelm John H. boot and shoe maker, 158 Harvard, h. 
Ansorge Alfred E. house 2 Ashburton place 
Anthony John G. assistant professor, Zoological Museum, 

house 96 Franklin 
Apel Frederick, currier, house Ninth, near Cambridge 
Appleb} 7 Mark H. laborer, house 81 Broadway 
Applegate A. Judson, jeweller, house 11 State 
Appleton Charles T. P. shoe dealer (122 Court, B.), 

house 67 Dana 
Appleton Francis R. student, H. U. rooms 47 Thayer 
Appleton George S. student, H. U. rooms 5 Holyoke House 
Appleton Henry K. jr. (Appleton & Hebard), apothecary, 

415 Cambridge, also 105 Cambridge, house 148 do. 
Appleton John H. student, H. U. boards 67 Dana 
Appleton J. Warren, clerk (Post Office, B.), h. 51 Windsor 
Appleton Warren J. house and sign painter (33 Devon- 
shire, B.), house 12 Cottage 
Appleton & Hebard (Henry K. Appleton jr. and Ezra F. 

Hebard), apothecaries, 415 Cambridge 
Applin Benjamin, stair-builder, house 7 Dover 
Applin Clarence S. paper collar manuf (50 Sudbury, B.), 

house 131 North avenue 

GEO. B. JAMES & CO., Lumtoer,Wharves, Junction Bridge and 
Cambridge streets, East Cambridge. Boston office Instate street. 
Lumber Manufacturers and Dealers, wholesale and retail. 


Applin Sumner (Braman, Shaw & Co.), furniture manu- 
facturer, Bridge, opp Prison Point bridge, h. 131 
North avenue, corner Arlington 
Apsey Wm. S". clergyman, house 11 Coggswell avenue 
Apsley Geo. E. lawyer (7 Green, B.), house 9 Rice 
Apthorp Harrison O. teacher of elocution, h. 17 Putnam 
Apthorp John V. clerk (R. E. Apthorp & Co., R.), bds. 
17 Putnam [15 Charles River 

Archambeau Alfred, gardener, house, Kernan's block, rear 
Archibald Jennie Miss, house 34 Union 
Archibald Margaret Miss, house 34 Union 
Archibald Reuben B. teamster, house Court, n. Broadway 
Arey David B. currier, house 16 Howard 
Arey Reuben jr. leather (95 High, B.), house 132 Austin 
Aikerson Albert, ropemaker, house 12 Park 
Arkerson Francis, ropemaker, house rear 161 J Broadway 
Afkerson John, laborer, house 10 Willard place 
Arkerson Leonard, ropemanufacturer (Brighton), house 
85 River [31 Putnam place 

Arkerson Leonard jr. ropemanufacturer (Brighton), h. 
Arkerson M. Etta Miss, teacher Riverside Training school, 

boards 85 River 
Arkerson William H. ropemaker, boards 85 River 
Armstrong Anna A. boarding-house, 4 Pioneer place 
Armstrong Charles, baker, boards 1 Dickinson 
Armstrong Irving, hack-driver, house 3 Appian way 
Armstrong Jane, widow of James, washerwoman, house 15 

Armstrong James, laborer, house 21 Valentine 
Armstrong Mary A. widow of Wm. C. house 24 Cherry 
Armstrong Rebecca Mrs. house 63 Sixth [63 Sixth 

Armstrong Samuel, cooper (Phila. Packet Pier, B.), house 
Armstrong Wm. M. carver (Commercial, B.), b. 63 Sixth 
Arnold George, coal (86 Water, B.), house 58 Mt. Auburn 
Arnold George Heniy, boards 58 Mount Auburn 
Arnold John H. librarian Harvard Law School, house 62 

Arnold Joseph W. book-agent (Studio bldg. B.), h. 5 Park 
Arnold Samuel S. hide and leather dealer (48 State, B.), 

house 741 Main 
Arguist Peter, millman, boards 3 Vine 
Arris Eliza B. Mrs. housekeeper, 6 Ash, house do. 
Artemas John, baker, house Warren, near Jefferson 
Arthur Alexander S. printer, boards 15 Clark 
Arthur Samuel M. pressman, boards 31 Bow 
Ashburner Annie Miss, house 71 Kirkiand 
Ashburner Grace Miss, house 71 Kirkiand 
Ashburner Samuel, engineer, house 26 Trowbridge 

BILL. HEADS neatly printed by JOHN FORD & SON, Harvard 



Ashcroft Joseph, carver, house 67 Washington 

Ashton Joseph H. cigars and tobacco (50 No. Market, B.), 

house 465 Main 
Aspinwall James, glass-maker, boards 53 Fourth 
Aston Eugene N. student, H. U. rooms, 11 Stoughton 
Athearn Lydia R. house 20 Essex 
Athearn Susan F. teacher, Harvard Grammar School 
Atherton Herrick, cooper, h. 140 Spring [113 Thorndike 
Athe; ton Lewis P. painter, Boston R. R. shop, house rear 
Atkins Alexander, bar-tender, boards 24 Fourth 
Atkins Ann M. widow of Edward, house 21 De Wolf 
Atkins Donald, carriage maker, Henderson Bros, boards 

66 Brighton 
Atkins Emma Mrs. dressmaker, 563 Main h. do. 
Atkins Reuben, saloon, 111 Cambridge, h. 166 Cambridge 
Atkins Silas H. planer, house 22 Fourth 
Atkins Walter D. drvpressman Riverside, bcls. 66 Brighton 
ATKINS WILLIAM J. dining saloon, 135 and 141 Main, 

house 563 do. 
Atkins William, carpenter, house 85 Gore 
Atkinson Frank, clerk (B.), boards 6 Holly place 
Atkinson Kinsman, clerg}'man, house 10 Appian way 
Atkinson Richard, moulder, house 71 Gore 
Atkinson Richard P. machinist, house 6 Holly place 
Atkinson Robert, fruit and confectionery, 20 Brighton, 

house do. 
Atkinson William H. student H. U. boards 10 Appian way 
Attner James, finisher, house Ninth, near Cambridge 
Atwill Emeline N. widow of John B. house Russell, cor. 

North avenue 
Atwoocl Benjamin F. book-keeper (170 Devonshire, B.), 

house 60 Otis [Cambridge 

Atwood Charles IT. ticket-master, B. L. R. R. house 136 
Atwood David, oyster-dealer (32 Faneuil Hall sq. B.), 

house 2 Sceva place [Thorndike 

Atwood Ephraim, book-keeper (27 Court, B.), house 89 
Atwood George E. clerk (B.), boards 15 Elm 
Atwood James, machinist, house 114 Hampshire 
Atwood Hiram H. house 67 Norfolk 
Atwood Lorenzo A. photographer, boards 13 Norfolk 
Atwood Lyman W. grocer, 128 Brookline, h. 8 Hamilton 
Aubrey Alfred, tin-worker, boards 43 Pleasant 
Auckland George, stucco worker, house 62 Brookline 
August Peter, carpenter, house 114 Court 
AurlhurGeo. P. book-keeper (B.), boards 111 Windsor 
Aurbach Maximilian, public library (B.), h. 49 Cherry 
Austin Charles A. brush-maker (86 Chardon, B.), kouse 71 


J. S. SAWYER, GRAVEL ROOFING, No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 
Main St., Cambridgeport. 


Austin George, clerk, boards 2 Cherry 

Austin George L. editor (300 Washington, B.), boards 7 

Austin James R. cabinet-maker, house 15 State 
Austin Susan S. widow of Richard, h. Linniean, n. Bowdoin 
Austin Thomas, laborer, house 230 Bridge 
Averell Chas. B. clerk, boards 36 Moore 
Averell Charles II. clerk, house 36 Moore 
Averell Geary C. carpenter, house 22 Lopez 
Averill Anna W, teacher, Thorndike Grammar School, 

boards 144 Cambridge 
Averill Joseph, carpenter (B.). house 183 Hampshire 
Averill Joseph W. warden at almshouse, Tannery 
Avery Charles B. clerk (B.), boards 32 Broadway 
Avery George, slater, house Willow pi. n. Somerville line 
Aver}' Harris, slater, house Willow pi. n. Somerville line 
Avery John, teamster, house 32 Broadway 
Avery Martha J. Miss, teacher Gore primary school, bds. 

32 Broadway 
Axtman John, brass-finisher, house 46 Spring 
Ayer Frank, carpenter, boards 2 Russell 
Ayer Frederick F. student H. U. rooms 26 Gray 
Ayer Thomas,' carver, house rear 144 Thorndike 
Ayers Andrew J. carpenter, house 16 Webster 
Ayers Ann, widow of William, house 47 Fifth 
Ayers Jacob, cabinet maker, house rear 131 Broadway 
Ayers William F. cabinet maker, house 47 Fifth 
Aylward James, provisions, 6 Gore, house do. 
Aylward Richard, clerk, 6 Gore, house do. 
Aylward William J. carpenter, house Harvey, opp. Clay 

BABB JOSEPH, photographer, 110 Cambridge, house 19 

Babbidge Eliza F. (Boston Post Office), bds. 55 Winter 
Babbidge Levi F. at Doe & Hunnewell's, house 55 Winter 
Babbitt Albert, bronzer (B.), house 105 Prospect 
Babcock Finley R. machinist, house 3 Dickinson [House 
Babcock Francis E. student, H. U. rooms 15 Holyoke 
Babcock Frank H. varnish manufacturer, bds 21 Magazine 
Babcock Georgianna Mrs. house 35 Windsor 
Babcock John, copal varnish manufacturer (21 Liberty 

square, B.), house 21 Magazine 
Babcock Lemuel H. student, H. U. rooms 56 Thayer 
Babcock Lysander F. varnish maker, boards 13 Magazine 
Bacchus Ellen Mrs. house 76 Harvard 
Bacchus John G. student, Ep. Theo. Sem. 126 Brattle 
Bacheller Samuel H. brass finisher, 64 Fifth, house do. 
Bachman Herrman, cabinet maker, house Gore, nr. Fifth 

CHILDREN'S BOOTS a Specialty. CD. WILDER, 557 Main 
street, Cambridgeport. 


Backoff John, currier, house Tannery, near North avenue 
Backwood John, glass cutter, house 94 Gore 
Bacon Allen J. manufacturer of Bedding's Bussia salve, 
25 Main, house 163 Broadway 158 Thorndike 

Bacon Charles Edwin, clerk (5 Winthrop square, B.), bds. 
Bacon Daniel C. student, H. U. rooms, 43 Matthews 
Bacon Fred P. reporter (Boston Daily Globe), house 73 

Bacon George, machinist (Kilby, B.), boards 130 Spring 

aeon Gorham, student, H. U. rooms 8 Weld 
Bacon Henry A. mason and drainpipe dealer, basement St. 
John's Institute Hall, rear 79 Cambridge, house 116 
Bacon Jason T. furniture maker, boards 158 Thorndike 
Bacon John D. tailor (91 Devonshire, B.), house 20 Elm 
Bacon John G. carriage painter, house 19 Wallace 
Bacon J. Edward, student, H. U. rooms 3 College 
Bacon Leonard, instructor, House of Correction, house 158 
Thorndike [7 Hollis 

Bacon Leonard B. machinist, Fitchburg B. B. Co. boards 
Bacon Lucy A. widow of Warren, house 17 Lee 
Bacon Martha Mrs. house 7 Hollis [Hollis 

Bacon M. Clinton, coal dealer (13 Kilby, B.), boards 7 
Bacon Bobert (B. Bacon & Co.), shirt manufacturer, 440 

Main and (45 West, B.), house 113 Washington 
BACON B. & CO. (Bobert Bacon and George M. Car- 
penter), shirt manuf s, 440 Main and (45 West, B.) 
Bacon Timothy W. paper carrier, boards 158 Thorndike 
Bacon W. Frank, gold-beater (33 Hawkins, B.), h. 30 Lee 
Badger Mary M. Miss, boards 39 Second 
Bagley Cornelius, teamster, house 43 Beed [ville line 

Bagley Joanna, widow of Owen, h. Norfolk, near Somer- 
Bagley John, labu' < li- i»8« lol Webster avenue 
Bagnell Joanna, widow of John, house 39 Charles [ton 
Bailey Alfred, mason, h. Waverley, east of Fort Washing- 
Bailey Charles, cabinet maker, boards 14 Clark 
Bailey Henry B. shoe manuf. (57 Hanover, B.), h. 26 Essex 
Bailey Henry, painter, house 31 Front [Auburn 

Bailey Isaac W. carpenter, Green, near Pleasant, house 88 
Bailey Isaiah,mason, h. Waverley, east of Fort Washington 
Bailey Jacob L. stoves and tinware and new and second- 
hand furniture, 15 and 17 North Second, house do. 
Bailey John, policeman, house 3 Foster's block 
Bailey Lewis, laborer, house 36 Union 
Bailey Samuel W. clerk, boards 34 South Second 
Bailey William, engineer, L. B. B. 8 Leighton court 
Bailey William, slater, house 82 Biver [Second 

Bailey William F. clerk, 15 South Second, boards 34 No. 

ROBERT BACOY <fc CO. 45 West street, Boston. Patterns r,ut 
and materials for Shirts furnished. 


Baird Lewis, machinist (Meclford), house 12 Meacham 
Baker Adah W. Miss, teacher, Boardman primary school, 

house 26 Clinton 
Baker Arven T. engineer, Bird's iron foundry, h. 62 Pearl 
Baker Benjamin Mrs. house 91 Gore 
Baker Catherine C. Mrs. house 2 Holmes place 
Baker Charles F. ice-cream saloon (3 J Hamilton place, B.), 

house 31 Windsor 
Baker Eben, milkman, house 15 Park 
Baker Edgar P. clerk, boards 2 Norfolk [Fifth 

Baker Edward L. pattern maker, house rear 60 Winter, nr. 
Baker Edward T. teamster, house 71 Sixth 
Baker Edwin, carriage maker, house 6 Prince 
Baker Freeman, fancy goods, 513 Main, house 27 Essex 
Baker George E. produce (5 Faneuil Hall market, B.), 

house 440 Main 
Baker Hannah P. Mrs. house 26 Clinton 
Baker Henry, glass cutter, house 91 Gore 
Baker John, laborer, house Lechmere place 
Baker John F. britannia worker, F. Draper & Co.'s, house 

Gore, near Fifth [1 Cherry 

Baker Moore (M. Baker & Son), grocer, 421 Main, house 
Baker M. & Son' (Moore & William A. Baker), grocers, 

421 Main 
Baker Osborn H. polisher, house 124 Harvard 
Baker Thomas D. pasting machine operator, 10 Arrow, 

boards 14 Brookline 
Baker Walter, organ pipe maker, house 91 Gore 
Baker Walter, student, H. U. rooms 30 Matthews 
Baker Wm. A. (M. Baker & Son), grocer, 421 Main, bds. 

10 Windsor 
Baker Wm. L. baker, house 29 Green 
Baker William S. currier, house 85 Wendell [h. 48 Austin 
Balch Augusta L. Miss, teacher Boardman primary school, 
Balch Clara H. Miss, teacher (Sherwin school, B.), house 

48 Austin 
Balch Israel D. dining rooms, 108 Cambridge, house do. 
Balch John H. clerk, George H. Lyon, bds. 99 Mt. Auburn 
Balch Moses P. watchmaker and jeweller, 575 Main, house 

48 Austin 
Balch N. E. organ maker, boards 11 Temple 
Balcom Frank M. watchman, B. & L. R. R. h. 127 Spring 
Balcom Henry T. blacksmith, house rear 140 Spring 
Balcom Horace A. machinist, house 127 Spring 
Balcom Oliver W. teamster, house 127 Spring 
Balcom Reuben, painter (B.), house 73 Washington 
Baldwin Benjamin G. bds. J. W. Baldwin's, North avenue 
Baldwiu Edward D. student, H. U. rooms 46 College 

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Baldwin Edward E. clerk (25 North Market, B.), boards 

114 North avenue 
Baldwin Eugene, clerk (B.), boards 114 North avenue 
Baldwin James TV provision dealer (25 North Market, B ), 

house 114 North avenue 
Baldwin John R. student, H. U., rooms I Hollis 
Baldwin Patrick, fireman in sugar house, house 19 Third 
Baldwin Peter L. letter carrier, house 25 Washington 
Baldwin Richard, carpenter, house 33 Union 
Baldwin Thomas TV. student, H. U. rooms 29 Hollis 
Balkam Cyrus jr. clerk, 139 Broadway, house at Quincy 
Ball Edward, glassblower, house 92 Fourth 
Ball Elijah, fancy soap manufacturer, house 51 Pine 
Ball Eliza Mrs. house 9 Fifth 
Ball Geo. E. soap maker, boards 51 Pine 
Ball Hezekiah, laborer (Navy Yard, Charlestown), house 

4 Linnehan's block, Third [3 Austin 

Ball Joseph A. clerk (R.TVilliams & Son, Doane, B.), bds. 
Ball Joseph G. baker, 1 Austin, bouse 3 do. 
Ball Mary, widow of Nehemiah H., boards 7 Daniels court 
Ball Nellie F. Miss, teacher, Putnam primary school, bds. 

92 Fourth 
Ball T. Henry, clerk (Milk, cor. Congress, B.), h. 123 Otis 
Ballam Alexander, laborer, house 25 DeTVolf 
Ballam Alexander jr. painter, boards 25 DeTVolf 
Ballam Marvin, expressman, boards 25 DeTVolf 
Ballard Joseph jr. compositor, house 17 Wallace 
Ballard Sanlord K. (Chamberlain, Ballard & Co.), inner 

sole manufacturers, Portland, house at Boston 
Balles Joseph, cigarmaker, house 243 Cambridge 
Ballou Wm. S. law student, rooms 25 Holyoke [Auburn 
Balmer Richard, upholsterer, Worcester Bros. h. 259 Mt. 
Bancroft Charles P. student, H. U. rooms 434 Harvard 
Bancroft Edward, trader, house 17 Sydney 
Bancroft Joel C. express office, Porter's Hotel, boards do. 
Bancroft Joseph H. paper hangings (221 Hanover, B.),h. 

380 Harvard [boards 765 Main 

Bancroft Lucille C. Miss, teacher,Webster Grammar school, 
Bandry John, carpenter, house North ave. near Tannery 
Banfield Thomas E. mason, house 69 Charles 
Bang Eliza, widow of Jacob N. house 84 Windsor 
Bangs Charles W. chair painter, (166 North, B.), house 

121 Thorndike [house 794 Main 

Bangs Barnabas, bookkeeper (11 Constitution wharf, B.), 
Banister John F. cabinet maker, boards 15 Myrtle place 
Banks Asahel H. B. milkman, house 71 Vine 
Banks John, baker, house 51 Hastings 
Banks Parker, pressman, boards 99 Mt. Auburn 

No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 Main street, C am Bridgeport. 


Bannan James, teamster, house 325 Cambridge 

Baptiste John, laborer, house 108 Spruce 

Barber Edward, breaddriver, house 108 Spring 

Barber Robt. moulder, Bird's Iron Foundry, h. 182 Harvard 

Barbey Jacob A. baker, house 57 Union 

Barbour Alfred L., U. S. assist, assessor internal revenue, 

563 Main, boards 85 Franklin 
Barbour Georgie M. Miss, teacher, Allston Grammar 
school, boards 16 Prospect [12 Ellery 

Barbour Frank H. bookkeeper (Shawmut Bank, B ), bds. 
Barbour James H. clerk (70 Fulton, B.), bds. 42 Brattle 
Barbour James S. clerk, Cambridge Gas Light Co. house 

12 Ellery 
Barbour John N. lawyer (9 Pemb. sq. B ), h. 85 Franklin 
Barbour Wm. S. (W. S. Barbour & A. Hodges), civil engi- 
neer and surveyor, 563 Main and (36 Merchants Bank 
building, 28 State, B.), house 14 Cottage 
Barbour W. S. & A. Hodges, civil engineers and survey- 
ors, 563 Main 
Bardain John, carpenter, house 153 Otis 
Barker Alexander A. foreman Mt. Auburn, h. at Watertown 
Barker Charles E. painter, house 161 Main 
Barker Charles H. professor of languages, h. 17 Eliot 
Barker Chas S. law student, rooms, 13 WeJd Hall 
Barker Edmond P. life ins. (106 Washington, B.), h. 4 

Barker Edward, horse car driver, boards 99 Mt. Auburn 
Barker George, laborer, house 32 Amory 
Barker George T. printer (14 State, B.), house 25 Fremont 
Barker Geo. T. jr. printer (14 State), boards 25 Fremont 
Barker Henry A. salesman (19 Milk, B.), h. 125Thorndike 
Barker Hugh T. boards 17 Eliot [17 Arlington 

Barker James M. counsellor at law, 23 Brattle sq. boards 
Barker John, carpenter, house 89 Concord avenue 
Barker Joseph, watchman, house 65 Elm 
Barker Mary Mrs. boards 54 Fifth 

Barker Sarah Miss, housekeeper, 30 Winthrop, house do. 
Barker Thomas, cabinet maker, house 20 Murdock 
Barker William H. laborer, house rear 27 Vine 
Barker William T. student, H. U. rooms 26 Hollis 
Barkman John, machinist, house rear 143 Columbia 
Barlo John, cabinet maker, F. Geldowsky 
Barlo Nicholas, oil polisher, F. Geldowsky 
Barlow Mary Mrs. house Sargent, near Spruce 
Barlow William, porter, house 70 Elm 
Barnard Anna B. widow, house 87 Franklin 
Barnard Charles I. law student, rooms 13 Weld Hall 
Barnard George, cabinet maker, 600 Main, h. 12 Hastings 

street, Cambridgeport, 


Barnard Maria Mrs. bouse 32 Howard 

Barnard Thomas L. perfumery (68 Congress, B.), house 

46 Trowbridge [nard 

Barnes Chas H. bookkeeper (95 Summer. B ), bds 11 Kin- 
Barnes David H. clerk, 534 Main, house 11 Kinnard 
Barnes James, machinist, B. & L. R. R. shop, house at 

Barnes James, laborer, house Suffolk, near Columbia 
Barnes John, teller (Merchants National Bank, 28 State, 

B.), house 31 Bowdoin 
Barnes Lawrence (Skillings, Whitney Bros. & Barnes), 

lumber dealer, Prison Point, house at Burlington, Vt. 
Barnes Lemuel H. overseer tube works. (Somerville), 

house 99 Norfolk 
Barnes William H. 79 Pleasant 

Barnes , organ-maker, house 89 Fifth 

Barnet America, booter, house 56 Washington [bridge 
Barne}' Adam, boot-maker. 161| Broadway, bds. 212 Cam- 
Barnicoat George F. cabinet-maker, Beal & Hooper's, 

house 134 Spring 
Barnum William S. student H. U. rooms 51 Thayer 
Baron Edwin C. cigar-maker, boards 57 School 
Baron Hermcn A. C. brush-maker (B.), house 8 School 
Baron, see also Barron. 

Baror Joseph, laborer, house Clifton, near Spruce 
Baror William, painter, boards rear 41 Reed 
Barr Donald, printer (Milk, B.), h. East Perry, n. Pearl 
Barr John, butcher, house 7 Eighth 
Barr Peter, book-binder, house 74 Pearl 
Barrett Andrew, laborer, house Suffolk, near Columbia 
Barrett Bridget Mrs. house 8 North 
Barrett Edward, laborer, house Jefferson, near Hideout 
Barrett Edward G. clerk, Adams' express, h. 4 Amorypl. 
Barrett Edwin S. com. merchant (96 Milk, B.), house 51 

Hancock [at Boston 

Barrett Emma C. Miss, teacher Otis primary school, bds. 
Barrett Frank W. student H. U. rooms 23 C allege 
Barrett Frederick O, clerk, Adams' express, bds. 112 Inman 
Barrett Harry H. student H. U. rooms 34 Matthews 
Barrett James, florist, house Line, near Cambridge 
Barrett Johanna, widow of John, house 7 Lechmere place 
Barrett John W. bookbinder, boards 5 Rockwell 
Barrett John W. laborer, house 66 Pearl [86 Green 

Barrett Michael, leather dealer (139 Summer, B.), house 
Barrett Michael, laborer, house, Rideout, near Porter 
Barrett Oliver, pianoforte maker (B.), house 112 Inman 
Bairett Richard, laborer, house Lechmere place 
Barrett William, laborer, house Warren, corner Jefferson 

GEO. B. JAMES & CO., Lumber, Wharves, Junction Bridge and 

Cambridge streets, East Cambridge. Boston oliice 14 State street. 

Laths, Shingles, Clapboards and Pickets. 


Barrett Wm. H. laborer, house McCabe, corner Jefferson 
Barri Fanny H. widow of John W. house 13 Norfolk 
Barri Martin, at (Mason & Hamlin's, B.), h. 220 Harvard 
Barrington Arthur H. student H. U. rooms 3 College 
Barri ngton Charles H. student, boards 9 Irving place 
Barrington George T. gate-keeper, Mt. Auburn Cemetery, 

boards 9 Irving place 
Barrington Thomas, gardener, house 9 Irving place 
Barron Edward E. carpenter, house 89 Fifth 
Barron Edward J. wood turner, boards 53 Fourth 
Barron Martin, driver of breadcart, boards 177 Cambridge 
Barron Mary, widow of William, house 36 Washington 
Barron Richard B. boarding-house, 53 Fourth, house do. 
Barron Richard B. jr. brakeman, B. & L. R. R. boards 53 

Barron William, bread-cart driver, boards 177 Cambridge 
Barrow William, laborer, house 34 Brewery 
Barrows Charles H. student H. U. rooms 63 Thayer 
Barrows Cyrus A. expressman, house 33 Bow 
Barrows James E. printer, house 95 Norfolk 
Barrows Orrin R. expressman, house Flagg, n. Putnam 
Barrows Philip, carpenter, and boarding-house 33 Bow, 

house do. .. [Divinity Hall 

Barrows Samuel J. student Divinity School, rooms 30 
Barry Augustus, carpenter, house 360 Broadway 
Barry David, teamster, house 57 Spruce 
Barry J mes, marble polisher (B.), house 52 Charles 
Barry James, marble worker, boards John J. Horgan's, 

Barry James D, salesman (159 Wash. B.), h. Ill Magazine 
Barry James F. painter, B. & L. R. R. shop, h. 214 Bridge 
Barry John, carriage painter, boards 4U Brookline 
Barry John Francis, bookbinder, house 111 Magazine 
Barry Matthias, marble polisher, house 44 Washington 
Barry Michael, plasterer, house Broadway, n. Fayette 
Barry Patrick, laborer, house 40 Brookline 
Barry Philip, tailor, boards 2 Brooks 
Barry Timothy, saloon 198 Cambridge, house do. 
Barry William J. reporter (Boston Post), h. 133 Thorndike 
Barry, see also Barri. 

Barstow Charles D. scientific student, rooms 19 Baldwin 
Barstow Charles F. student H. U. rooms 21 Weld 
Barten John, carpenter, house 153 Otis [Cambridge 

Barthelmess Anton, confectioner (B.), house Warren, near 
Bartholomew Susan W. widow of Edwin, h. 71 Inman 
Bartlett Alfred A. pressman, boards 29 Putnam [Otis 

Bartlett Bela N. millwright (93 Merrimack, B.), house 145 
Bartlett Chas. H. boards 145 Otis 

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Bartlett Daniel, potter, boards 46 Cogsswell avenue 
Bartlett David C. gardener, house 55 Essex 
Bfrtlett Edward E. showcase manuf. (B.), bds. 44 Austin 
Bartlett Edward E. (Holman's, 21 Salem, B.), boards 3 

Bartlett Enoch, car-driver, U. R. Co boards 10 Eliot 
Bartlett Frederick C S. student H. U. rooms 49 Matthews 
Bartlett George, artist, house 896 Main 
Bartlett Geo. A. instructor in German, II. U. rooms 58 

Little's block 
Bartlett Horace S. druggist, 452 Harvard, house 6 Story 
Bartlett James C. (Jones & Bartlett), machinist, 12 Gore, 

house at Charlestown 
Bartlett James N. planer (Charlestown), house 35 Seventh 
Bartlett John, laborer, house Jackson, near Spruce 
Bartlett John, bookseller and publisher (110 Washington, 

B.). house 156 Brattle 
Bartlett John, horse car conductor, boards 99 Mt. Auburn 
Bartlett John R. (U. S. N.), house 24 Lee 
Bartlett Josiah C. instructor in mathematics, rooms 5 Col- 
lege House [45 Erie 
Bartlett Joseph G. printer, L. S. Learned & Co.'s, house 
Bartlett Walter A. clerk, 452 Harvard, boards 6 Story 
Bartlett Wm. grease-collector, h. Hunting, n. Cambridge 
Barton Anson B. pianoforte key maker, house 84 Windsor 
Barton Artemas L. officer House Correction, bds. jailer's 
Barton John, jeweller (28 Cambridge, B.), house 42 Austin 
Barton Milton H. student, boards 371 Harvard 
Barton Otis, merchant (Manchester, N. H.), house 371 

Bascom Wm. B. book-keeper (40 State, B ), h. 183 Main 
Bass Jonathan H. boot-maker, 23 North Third, house 93 

South Sixth 
Bass J. Warren, printer, 68 Cambridge, boards 93 Sixth 
Bassett Alexander, mechanic, house 58 Market 
Bassett Charles, express, house 29 Brewery 
Bassett James, carpenter, boards 29 Cherry 
Batchelder B. F. carpenter, house rear 25 Gore 
Batchelder Charles E. student, H. U. rooms 23 Stoughton 
Batchelder Charles H. laborer, h. 175 Main 
Batchelder Clark A. law student, boards L. B. Hapgood's, 

Walnut avenue 
Batchelder Elbridge A. H. baker, house 131 Franklin 
Batchelder John G. bookbinder, house 8 Prince 
Batchelder John M. civil engineer (16 Pemberton square, 

B.), house 3 Divinity avenue 
Batchelder Julia A. widow of John G. house 8 Prince 
Batchelder Mary J. widow of James L. house 8 Meacham 

J. S. SAAVYER, GRAVEL ROOFIXG, Jfo. 1 Hyde's Blook, 603 
Slain street, Canibridgeport. 


Batchelder Samuel, house 94 Brattle 

Batchelder Samuel jr. counsellor (16 Pemberton square, 

B.), house 8 Hilliard [Franklin 

Batchelder Willie A. clerk (30 Canal, B.), house 131 
Batcheller Chas. F. clerk (B.), house 175 Main 
Batcheller Edwin H. (Batcheller & Moore), furniture, 48 

Bridge, house at Boston 
Batcheller, Moore & Co. (Edwin H. Batcheller and Luther 

S. Moore), furniture manufacturers, 48 Bridge 
Bate Abbey H. widow of George, house 48 Winthrop 
Bate Charles H. foreman press-room, University Press, 

house 22 Wallace [h. 134 Lechmere block, Bridge 
Bateman Wm. H. cabinet maker (Harrison avenue, B.), 
Bates Benj. F. brass-finisher (10 Congress, B.), house 20 

Bates Charles, clerk (Chandler's, Winter, B.), house 28 

Bates Charles, moulder, house 133 Brookline 
Bates Charlotte F. Miss, private school, 10 Ellery, bds. do. 
Bates Edward, plumber, basement 4 Hyde's block, Main, 

house rear 82 Green 
Bates Edward B. book-keeper (B.), boards 582 Main 
Bates Eliza Mrs. house 10 Ellery [house 582 do. 

Bates Erastus C. (Davis & Bates), grain dealer, 550 Main, 
Bates Erastus C. jr. clerk, boards 582 Main 
Bates Esther A. widow of William, house 45 Brattle 
Bates Fletcher, book-keeper (Traders' National Bank, B.), 

house 10 Ellery 
Bates Francis C. machinist, house 6 Baldwin's court 
Bates George, clerk (8 Pitts, B.), boards 73 Brattle 
Bates George, machinist, house 87 J Harvard 
Bates George, house 25 Essex 

Bates George S. law student, rooms 64 College House 
Bates George W. machinist and engineer, Cambridge 

Laundry, house 39 Pleasant [house 162 Harvard 

Bates George W. furniture and crockery ware, 489 Main, 
Bates Hervey, at 550 Main, house 19 Magazine 
Bates James E. lawyer (Court, B.), boards 19 Church 
Bates James V. house 19 Church 

Bates John S. dry goods, 587 Main, house 24 Shepard 
Bates Thomas, machinist, house 133 Brookline 
Bates William, mason, boards 73 Brattle 
Bates William Mrs. house 73 Brattle 
Bates Wm. H. last-maker, house 107 Windsor 
Battis Leonard, agent, house 13 Jay 
Batts William, stair-builder, house 22 Austin 
Baty William, laborer, house 15 Walnut court 
Bau man Frederick, shoemaker, 212 Cambridge, house do. 

street, Cambridgeport. 


BAUMEISTER AUGUSTUS, plumber, 19 Brattle, 
house 10 Brewer [Winter 

Baur Pauline, widow of Theodore, house rear Fourth, near 
Baxter Robert, glass-cutter, house 168 Hampshhe 
Baxter Joseph N. student, H. U. rooms 48 Matthews 
Baxton Stedman, organ maker, boards 194 Harvard 
Bay Joseph, carpenter, house 95 Green 
Bay State Brick Co., Spruce, near Jackson, office (17 Pem- 

berton square, B.) 
Bay State Color Co., Montgomery, near Harvey [Fourth 
Bay State Glass Co., Bridge street, between Third and 
Ba}-ard Joseph, carpenter, boards 95 Green 
Bay ley Augustus R. (A. R. Bayley & Co.), apothecary, 3 

Hyde's block, 607 Main, house 133 Austin 
Bayley Augustus R. & Co. (Augustus R. Bavley and 
Horatio S. Richardson), apothecaries, 3 Hyde's block, 
607 Main 
Bayley Frank A. engineer, house 133 Austin 
Bayle3 r John C. clerk, 48 Bridge, house at Newburyport 
Bay wood John, cutter (B.), house 455 Main 
Beal Alexander (Beal & Hooper), furniture manufactur- 
ers, Cambridge, near First, house (B.) 
Beal Frank F. carpenter, boards 46 Holyoke 
Beal Frederick, carpenter, boards 30 Rice 
Beal Sophia N. widow of David, house 106 Auburn 
Beal & Hooper (Alexander Beal and George K. Hooper), 
furniture manufacturers, Cambridge, near First, ware- 
rooms (3 and 4 Holmes' block, Hay market sq. B.) 
Beals William, decorator (58 Pitts, B.), house 6 Windsor 
Beaman Chas. C. clergyman, house 10 Frost 
Beaman Geo. H. commission merchant (230 State, B.), 
boards 10 Frost [B.), boards 10 Frost 

Beaman Nathaniel P. commission merchant (230 State, 
Beaman Wm. S. student, H. U. boards 10 Frost 
Bean Alvin T. clerk, B. A. Brown's, boards 11 Gardner 
Bean Benj. J. box-maker, Page's, boards 1 Pioneer place 
Bean Henry Otis, freight-conductor, L. R. R. house 151 

Bean Jas S. house 149 Windsor 
Beane Enoch, provisions and fish market, 908 Main, 

house 6 Trowbridge 
Beana George A. clerk, 908 Main, boards 6 Trowbridge 
Bearco George W. moulder at Henry Bird's, house 2 
Cherry court [Pioneer place 

Beard Chas. R. boiler maker, Kendall & Roberts', house 1 
Beard Chas. R. jr. machinist, boards 1 Pioneer place 
Beard James, laborer, house 115 Fourth 
Bearse Anderson L. jeweller (B.), house 34 Amory 

ROBERT BACO.V & CO., Office ItO Haiti street, Cambridgeport. 
Manufacturers of Fina Skirts to order. 


Beattie Thomas, engineer, Huckins mill, Brighton, house 

at Soraerville 
Beaty John, in Boston rolling mill, Portland 
Beaty William, cabinet maker, house Walnut court 
Beau'fe John, laborer, house McCabe, near Cambridge 
Beau man Ferdinand, shoemaker, house rear 143 Columbia 
Bebo Joseph, laborer, house 117 Spruce 
Beck Joseph, teamster, house 100 Gore 
Beck James S. carpenter, house 24 East Perry 
Beck Joseph, servant, boards 14 Beaver 
Beck Tobias, glass maker, house 38 Brookline 
Becker Conrad, cabinet maker, boards Herrman Bach- 
man's, Gore 
Becker Frank (Frank Becker & Co ), florist, Main, oppo- 
site Ellery, house Green, near Putnam 
BECKER FRANK & CO. (Frank Becker and James A. 

Fox), florists. Main, opposite Ellery 
Beckett Chas. P. book-keeper (75 Broad B.), h. 5 Union 
Beckett David, carpenter, boards Margaret Beckett's, 

Beckett Joseph R. bookbinder, boards 7 Sparks 
Beckett Margaret Mrs. house rear 78 Brighton 
Beckett Richard, engineer gas works, house 28 Eliot 
Beckett William J. laborer, house 7 Sparks 
Bedford Joseph F. fireman, house 125 Bridge 
Bedo George, sausage maker, house 66 Charles 
Beech Michael, stone worker, house 114 Spring 
Beedle Melville C. carpenter, house 4 Shepherd's block, 

rear 10 Charles River 
Beers Hiram S. printer (Boston Herald), h. 24 Howard 
Began Patrick, currier, house 224 Franklin 
Belcher Charles E. letter carrier, 559 Main, bds. 499 do. 
BELCHER CHARLES F. confectioner, 2 Harvard square, 

house 10 Holmes place 
Belcher Charles F. clerk, house 45 School 
Belcher Edward F. clerk, Fresh Pond Hotel, h. 40 Holyoke 
Belcher Geo. G. sign-painter and dealer in picture frames, 

589} Main, house 499 do. 
Belcher Geo. W. carriage painter, house 24 Watson 
Belcher Geo. W. pattern maker, Shawmut iron works, 

house 45 School 
Belcher Henr}', laborer, house 3 Mm dock 
Belcher John Mrs. house 10 Holmes' place 
Belcher Joseph O. teamster, boards O. Belcher's, Garden ct. 
Belcher Jos. W. moulder, Bird's iron foundry, h. 15 State 
Belcher Octave, teamster, house Garden court 
Belches D. M. salesman (Frost Bros.> Frauklin, B.), bds. 
34 Wefldell 

Harvard Square. 


Belches John W. clerk (17 Central, B.), house 34 Wend all 
Belile George, hostler,*Bridge, corner Gore, boards do. 
Bell Charles J. student, H. U. rooms 19 Weld 
Bell Edmund R. inspector Gas Co. rooms 44 Holyoke 
Bell Robert, wheelwright, junc. Windsor and Webster ave- 
nue, house at Boston 
Bell William, blacksmith, boards 164 Gore 
Bell William A student, H. U. rooms 9 Thayer 
Bellamy Charles J. student, H. U. rooms 28 Thayer 
Bellew Robert, laborer, house 75 Elm 
Belluchi Andrew, carpenter, house 2 Daye avenue 
Belman Isabella K teacher, Allston Grammar school, bds. 

Main, near Inman 
Belmont August, student, II. U. rooms 35 Holyoke House 
Beluche John, porter, Riverside press, house 1 Daye ave. 
Bemis Chas. E. driver laundry wagon, boards 5 Soden 
Bemis Jonathan W. physician, h. Walker, corner Shepard 
Bemis Margaret, widow of Abraham, h rear 118 Fourth 
Bemis Richard, laborer, house rear 118 Fourth 

Bemis , milkman, house 119 Magazine 

Ben arc! John F. fresco painter, bds. 46 Holyoke 
Benard Jos. glass-blower, house 133 Windsor 
Benclelari Giorgio A. C. student, H. U. rooms 23 Hollis 
Bennett Albert T. organ maker, 30 Fifth, h. at Charlestown 
Bennett Anna Mrs. house 441 Main 
Bennett Bernard, shoemaker, house 45 Banks 
Bennett Catherine, widow of Arthur, boards 45 Banks 
Bennett Daniel, carpenter, house 78 Spring 
Bennett Henry R. butcher, house 100 Norfolk 
Bennet James H. (19 No Market, B.), h. 21 Inman 
Bennett John, tinsmith, 389 Cambridge 
Bennett Marcus P. student, H. U. rooms 30 Thayer 
Bennett Martin, laborer, house 111 Spring 
Bennett Oliver, brick manufacturer, Crescent avenue, cor- 
ner Raymond, boards Porter's Hotel 
Bennett Wilder, mason, house 80 Thorndike 
Benney Nathaniel, proof-reader, Riverside, house 21 Wal- 
nut place [50 Austin 
BENNINK ADRIAN W. printer, John Ford & Son's, bds. 
Bennink Cornelius G. H. dry goods, 581 Main, house 5 

Amory place 
Bennink Gerritt J. carpenter, house 50 Austin 
Bennink Leonard, clerk (Chauncy, B.), boards 50 Austin 
Benson Albert S. box-maker, Page's, bds. 95 Washington 
Benson Amori, policeman, house 159 Bridge 
Benson Henry J. H. (Chase & Benson), stores, etc., 457 
Cambridge, and (Benson & Waller), hair dressers, 
117 Cambridge, house do. 

J. S. SAWYER, GRAVEL ROOFING, No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 
Main street, Cainbvidgeport, 


Benson John, laborer, boards 97 Windsor 

Benson John, gardener, house 11 Eliot 

Benson John M. carpenter, house 222 Broadway 

Benson & Waller (Henry J. H. Benson and John A. Wal 

ler), hair dressers, 117 Cambridge 
Bent Chas. E. book-keeper, honse rear 128 Thorndike 
Bent Charles R. compositor, University Press, house 7 

Shepherd's block, 9 Charles River 
Bent George H. (Luke & Bent), coal and wood, 1G8 Main, 

house 23 Maple avenue [boards Russell 

Bent John H. clerk, Woodward & Gage, North avenue, 
Bent Newell, house 164 Brattle 
Benton Perry A. carpenter, house 50 Amory 
Benton William A. missionary, boards 14 Towbridge 
Bentley John H. house Third, corner Cambridge 
Benton Edward R. student, II. U. rooms 50 Gray 
Benz Chas. F. sausage maker, 75 Sixth, boards do. 
Benz George, brass finisher, boards 75 Sixth 
Benz Magdalena, widow of George, house 75 Sixth 
Berg John, cabinet maker, boards 25 Second 
Bergen James C. law student, rooms 48 Brattle 
Bergeron Peter, currier, house Clay, near Harvey 
Bergin Kynen, plasterer, house 188 Hampshire 
Berlyn Philip P. pedler, house 9 Holly place 
Bernhardt George, cabinet maker, house 12 Hastings 
Bernard John H. book-binder, house 19 Putnam place 
Bernhard A. shoemaker, house 21 Seventh [Front 

Berrick Edward C. machinist (Brighton, B.), h. rear 26 
Berrigan John, plumber, 627 Main, boards Pleasant, near 

Berry Asa W. carpenter, 42 Elm, house at Somerville 
Berry Charles E. machinist, boards 61 Third 
Berry Charles H. clerk, house 109 Tremont 
Berry Eben, carpenter, boards 12 Norfolk 
Berry Grace, widow, house 72 Harvard 
Berry Hannah, widow of Samuel, house 12 Watson 
Berry Horace, physician, boards 15 Elm 
Berry James H. carpenter, house 61 Third 
Berry John K. student, H. U. rooms 7 College 
Berry Levi R. baker, 124 Norfolk, house do. 
Berry Minnie, copyist, College library,H. U. bds. 79 Oxford 
Berry Nathaniel B. travelling agent, house 79 Oxford 
Berry R. W. clerk, A. R. Smith's North ave. cor. Walden, 

h. do. [61 Third 

Berry Susie A. Miss, fane}* goods, 109 Cambridge, house 
Berry William B. carpenter, boards 61 Third 
Berry Wm. B. tinsmith (79 North, B.), h. Williams, n. Pearl 
Berry Wyatt E. in sugar refinery, boards 54 Fourth 

CHILDREN'S BOOTS A Speciality. C. I>. WII/DER, 557 Mafn 
street, Cambridgeport. 


Bertram Charles E. cabinetmaker, house 510 Main 
Bertrand Edmund, carver, F. Geldowsky, house at Boston 
Bertsch Stephen, brass-finsher, 64 Fifth, house 31 Seventh 
Bertsch Stephen, surgical instruments (15 Tremont B.), 

houss 33 Seventh 
Bertsch William, marble worker, boards 31 Seventh 
Bertwell James C. picture-frame moulder, house Belmont, 

corner Reed 
Bertz Augustus H. jeweller (B.), house 4 Pioneer place 
Berwick Lucy C. Mrs. house 36 Auiory 
Bess Joseph, laborer, house 28 Harvard [near Eighth 

Best Andrew, cigars, Cambridge, cor. Eighth, house Otis, 
Best John, brass-fiuisher (B.), boards 34 Clark 
Bettens Edward D. student, H. U. rooms 11 Hollis 
Bettens Thomas S. student, H. U. rooms 12 Hollis 
Bettinson Addie M. Miss, teacher Gore Primary school, 

boards 88 Spring 
Bettinson Edward W. bookbinder, h. over P. O. 559 Main 
Bettinson Harry W. expressman, boards SS Spring 
Bettinson James W. expressman, house 88 Spring 
Bettison John W. carpenter, bds. 125 Pleasant 
Bettjeraar John, sugar boiler, Revere Sugar Refinery, h. at 

Betts John, stair builder, boards 28 East 
Beunke Leon G. Mrs. house 5 Columbia court 
Bibber Albert, plumber, boards 24 Harvard 
Bickforcl Thomas, box-maker, house 53 Clark 
Bicknell Caroline, widow of William, house 206 Harvard 
Bicknell Edward, student, H. U. rooms 51 Weld 
Bicknell George J. book-keeper (B.), boards 206 Harvard 
Bicknell William H. clerk (64 Franklin, B.), boards 206 

Bieler Jacob C. carver, house 132 Harvard 
Bigelow Alanson jr. watches, jewelry and plate (331 

Washington, B.), house 265 Harvard [Craigie 

Bigelow Charles W. clerk (124 Tremont, B.), boards 15 
Bigelow Frank H. student, H. U. rooms 44 College 
Bigelow Isaac N. house 15 Appian Way 
Bigelow James E. real estate agent (69 Washington, B.), 

boards 15 Appian Way 
Bigelow Jonathan, produce dealer (23 North Market, B.), 

house 1 Forest 
Bigelow Marshall T. (Welch, Bigelow & Co.), printer, 

University Press, Brattle square, house 15 Craigie 
Bigelow Melville, publisher, house 11 Amory 
Bigelow Samuel, house 15 Sumner 
Bigelow Samuel B. boards J. Bigelow's, 1 Forest 
Biggers Stephen, paper hanger, house 14 Seventh 

OEO. B. JA.5IES <fc CO., Lumber, junction Bridge and Cam- 
bridge streets, Bast Cambridge. Boston office 14 State street. 
Eastern and Western Lumber of every variety. 


Biggers William O. paper hanger, and (Groves & Rig- 
gers), provisions, house 167 Spring 
Bigley Daniel, stable keeper, house 66 River 
Bignoll Harriet, widow of Barnard, house 200 Harvard 
Bill Frank C. salesman (1 Winthrop square, B.), house 
Centre, opp. schoolhouse [191 do~ 

Billings Clarence H. merchant tailor, 430 Harvard, house 
Billings James F. cooper, boards 63 Sixth 
Billings John, carpenter, boards 13 River 
Billings John D. principal, Webster Grammar schooU 

house at Jamaica Plain 
Billings Liliieore, widow Emilius G. house 16 Short 
Billings Lyman X. pianoforte dealer, boards 191 Harvard 
Billings Marcellus E. pressman, Riverside, bds. 29^ Putnam* 
Billings Uriah, house 191 Harvard 

Billman John, traveling agent, house 663 Main [Green? 
Bingham Frank J. clerk (Commercial. B.), house rear 82 
Bingham Oscar N. plumber, house rear 82 Green 
Bingham Sarah A. widow Osear, house rear 82 Green 
Binney Barnabas,, collector (77 Kilby,B.), house 102 Otis* 
Binney Benjamin, paper manufacturer, house 102 Otis 
Bird Charles H. moulder, H. Bird's, boards at Somei ville- 
Bird George, house 199 Harvard [house at Somerville- 
BIRD HENRY M. iron founder, Broadway, cor. Dock,. 
Bird Hermon- (Bird & Whittemore), real estate and ins», 
agent, 547 Main (and 36- Washington, B.), house 2* 
Bird James, cabinet maker, house 9 Gay 
Bird Richard O. groom, house 49 Banks [New Bedford' 
Bird William E. iron foundry, Potter, cor. Sixth, house at 
Bird & Whittemore (Hermon Bird awl Joseph Whitte- 
more), real estate and insurance agents, 547 Main y 
and (36 Washington, B.) 
Birmingham Daniel, upholsterer, boards Stevens court 
Bisbee John, travelling agent, Whittemore & Hale (Cam- 

bridgeport), house 2 Sands 
Bishop Joel P. law author, house 51 Sacramento 
Bishop Thomas H. cooper, boards 29 Cheny 
Bishop Thomas L. truckman, 36 Prison Point, Rd. house 

at Charlestown 
Bissell Daniel M. watchmaker, 228 North ave. house 1$ 

Coggswell ave. 
Bistrup Alfred J. telescope maker, house" 17 Hamilton 
Bixby Eben F. pianoforte action maker,. D. Osborn's,. 

State, boards 92 Auburn 
Bixby Elizabeth C. widow of Clark S. house 39 Brattle 
Bixby Hiram A. machinist, house 97 Washington 
Black James, cabinet maker, house 73 Hastings 

J.FORD & SON, Harvard Square, have every facility for doing, 
general job printing 


Black James, pedler, house Willow place, near Cambridge 

Black James, paper hanger, house 360 Broadway 

Black Jam s, Wallace, photographer (173 Washington, 

B.), house 17 Norton 
Black John H. binder, Riverside Press, house 159 Main 
Black John M. laborer, house 98 Main 
Black Robert, teamster, boards 6 Gerry 
Black Robert G. carpenter, house 22 Fourth [Main 

Black William, gas meter maker (Charlestown), house 159 
Black William H. leather cutter, house Warren, cor. Porter 
Blacklock Ann M. widow, house 25 Sydney 
Blackman Charles, pedler, house 101 Allston 
Blackman Horace P. or^an maker (235 Cambridge, B.), 

Pleasant, cor. Franklin 
Blackman William R. planer, house rear 184 Cambridge 
Blaikie John, boat builder, house 24 Charles River 
Blaikie Thomas B. carpenter, house 18J Tremont 
Blaine Walker, student, H. U rooms 18 Weld 
Blair James, car driver, house Dunster, near the wharf 
Blair James, proof-reader, h 5 Shepard's blk. 9 Charles 

Blair Woodbury, student, H. U. rooms 10 Holyoke 
Blaisdell Catherine Mrs. house Cambridge, near Seventh 
Blaisdell Charles P. foreman, F. Geldowsky's planing mill, 

house 49 Fifth 
Blaisdell D. Henr3 r , millman, boards 49 Fifth 
Blaisdell Ezra R. foundry hand, house 18 Seventh 
Blaisdell Frank, cooper, boards 26 Eighth 
Blaisdell Frank R. carver, boards 49 Fifth 
Blaisdell George J. assistant telegraph operator, Cam- 
bridge fire department, house 1 Chapman place 
Blaisdell Herbert, cooper, boards 26 Eighth 
Blake Andrew M. bookbinder, house 8 Sydney 
Blake Arthur W. clerk, boards 134 Cambridge 
Blake Bridget, widow, house 39 Hastings [h. 6 Williams 
Blake Chas. H. confectionery and bread store, 601 Main, 
Blake Darius, blacksmith, 202 North ave. h. 22 Orchard 
Blake Edward W. (Bowen & Blake), books, stationery 

and periodicals, 9 Cambridge, house 156 do. 
BLAKE EDWIN H. grocer, 158 Cambridge, and hats, 

caps and furnishing goods, 168 do. h. 134 Cambridge 
Blake Eliza Mrs. house lb Green 
Blake George O. Mrs. house 359 Harvard 
Blake Isaac I. oil, (Titusville, Penn.% house 20 Lowell 
Blake James H. asst. Zoological Museum, bds. Zoological 

Blake John L. clerk (B.), boards 22 Orchard 
Blake Joseph, bookbinder, house 75 Green 

So. 1 Hyde's mock, 6G3 Main street, Cambiidgepoit, 


Blake Joseph W. expressman, house 35 Wheatland bl'k 
Blake Sylvester Ellis, printer (199 Wash. B. ), h. 66 

Blake Theodore E. clerk, boards 134 Cambridge 
Blake Thurston, teamster, house Norfolk, near Cambridge 
Blakie Suther, carpenter, house 203 Hampshire 
Blanchard Daniel, box sawyer, boards Fourth, near Gore 
Blanchard Jerusha B. Miss, house 8 Roseland 
Blanchard Joseph B. sewing machine findings (48 Hano- 
ver, B.), house 34 Coggswell avenue 
Blanchard J. Henry, clerk, house 233 Broadway 
Blanchard Walter S. lumber dealer, East and (18 State 

B.>, house 17 Maple avenue 
Bland John P. pastor Lee st. church, boards 826 Main 
Blandy Frederick A. student, H. U. rooms 38 Weld 
Blaney George A. student, H. U. rooms 13 Matthews 
Blaney Maria L. Miss, bread store, 6 Brighton, house do. 
Blaney Sarah, widow of Patrick y house 130 Harvard 
Blank Ernest, varnisher, 426 Main, house 20 Webster 
Blazo Amos, clerk, house 14 Warland 
Blessington Daniel, stonecutter, house 123 Court 
Blessington Hugh, stonecutter, house 16 J Broadway 
Blessington Peter, stone contractor, 25 Main, h. at Boston 
Blevins James, slater, house Reed's alley 
BLEVINS JOHN J. slater, basement, 622 Main, house 

Kent, near Western avenue 
Bievins Mary, widow of John, house 12 Mt. Auburn 
Blish Ariadne Miss, private school, 39 Dana, bds. do. 
Blish Lucia A. widow, house 39 Dana 
Bliss Chas. H. marble worker, 82 Main, house at Boston 
Bliss Edward P. student, H. U. house 329 Broadway 
Bliss Henry P. upholstery goods (77 Franklin, B.)., h. 

329 Broadway, corner Amory 
Bliss James W. shoemaker, house Charles, n. the river 
Bliss Richard jr. asst. Zoological Museum, rooms Zoologi- 
cal Hall, Divinity avenue 
Bliss Zenas W. proof reader, Riverside Press, and publish- 
er's agent, house 9 Norton court 
Blodgett Alvaro (Blodgett & Rhoades), carpenter, 42 

Elm, near Market, house 11 Worcester 
Blodgett Elias, junk-dealer (4 Russia wharf, B.), h. 69 Otis 
Blodgett James, glass cutter, New England Glass Co. h. 

92 Gore 
Blodgett & Rhoades (Alvaro Blodgett and Silas Rhoades), 

carpenter, 42 Elm, near Market 
Blondon Anthony, stone cutter, house 26 Vine 
Blood Edward B. cabinet maker, house 5 Watson 
Blood Hiram, engineer, steamer No. 3, house 40 Fifth 

street, Cambridgeport. 


Bloodsaw William, shoemaker, boards 7 Webster avenue 
Blossom Francis M. piano key sawyer, boards 38 School 
Bloxham Alfred, harnessmaker, boards 99 Mt. Auburn 
Blumve Frederick W. icetool manuf. h. 139 Mt. Auburn 
Blumve John A. plumber, boards 139 Mt. Auburn 
Blunt John J. laborer, house 48 Hastings 
Bly Charles S. teamster, house 53 Clark 
Blymyer Charles A. student, H. U. rooms 12 Bow 
Blymyer George G. student, H. U. rooms 12 Bow 
Boardman Anna, widow of Andrew, h. 15 Harrison ave. 
Boardman Charles, house Arlington, cor. Washington ave. 
Boardman Edward, painter, house Jackson, near Spruce 
Boardman Emma J. clerk, 587 Main, bds. 15 Harrison ave. 
Boardman Wm C. cutter (188 Wash'n, B.), h. 102 Pearl 
Boche Fidel, cabinet maker, boards 46 Winter 
Boche Wilhelm, cabinet maker, boards 46 Winter 
Bock Rudolphus C. telescope maker, house rear 50 Essex 
Bock William A. florist, 35 Cedar, house 22 Reed 
Bocher Ferdinand, prof, of modern languages, H. U. h. 

12 Holyoke place 
Bodet John, cabinet maker, house 68 Winter 
Bodwell Frederick, boatman, house 60 Harvard 
Boggs Edwin P. clerk (83 Broad, B.), boards 289 

Boggs Francis M. steamboat master, h. 289 Hroadway 
Boice Geo. B. boots and shoes (13 and 15 Pearl, B.), h. 

266 North avenue 
Boireau George H. currier, bds. E. Friend's, Tannery 
Bolan Joel C. student, H. U. rooms 4 Stoughton 
Boland Mar} 7 , widow, house 9 Winter 
Boland Patrick, laborer, house 4 Short 
Bold Alonzo, teamster, house 141 Columbia 
Bolger James, horseshoer, 9 Church, h. 92 Mt. Auburn 
Bolles Fanny D. widow of Frederick, h. 95 Mt. Auburn 
Bolo George, teamster, house 123 Elm 
Bolster John C. clerk (Hovey's, Summer, B.), bds. Rich- 
ard Bolster's, Banks [Banks, near Mt. Auburn 
Bolster Richard, boot and shoe maker, 34 Brighton, h. 
Bolster Thomas C. gas fitter, bds. Richard Bolster's, Banks 
Bolton Alden, mechanic, house Chestnut, near Sydney 
Bolton Henry, engineer, Boston Rolling Mill, house 118 

Bonaparte Chas. J. law student, rooms, 17 Kirkland 
Bonascaniy Edmand, tanner, house Clay, near Spruce 
Bond Amos L. student, H. U. rooms 54 College 
Bond John H. shipping-clerk (B.), house 74 Elm 
Bond John R. hostler, U. R. Co. house 7 Flagg 
Bond Mary, widow of Richard, house 72 North avenue 

ROBERT BACON & CO. 45 West street, Boston. Fine (Shirts 
and Collars inade to order. 


Bonfoey George P. compositor, boards 2 South 
Bonique Hannah Mrs. house 87 Gore 
Bonnel Francis X. laborer, house Clay, near Spruce 
Bonner John H. confectioner, house 68 Pearl 
Bonner John Mrs. house 49 Banks 

Bonnet Peter, currier, boards North avenue, near Tannery 
Bonney Benj. W. law student, rooms 48 Brattle 
Bonney Pelham, insurance agent (27 State, B.), house 
52 Pleasant [18 Lee 

Bonney Perez F. salesman (242 Washington, B.), house 
Bonney Peter, currier, boards Mrs. Smith's, North avenue 
Bonte Angiel, cabinet maker, house 41 Vine 
Booker Edward, porter, house 4 Gray place [142 Spring 
Boomer Charles A. officer, House of Correction, boards 
Boone Charles, cooper, house 15 Lambert 
Booth Charles E. J. painter, house 62 Walnut [35 Park 
Booth Thoiras, grocer, 86 Pleasant, corner Park, house 
Borden George E. carpenter, house 414 Main 
Borden Herbert, carpenter, boards 12 Norfolk 
Boris Peter J. teacher of French, H. U. and (15 Globe 

Theatre Building, B.), boards 68 Mt. Auburn 
Bosch Ambrose^ piano key maker, boards 163 Broadway 
Bosgood John, carpenter, house Spring, near Eighth 
Boston Branch Grocery and Flour Store, Fred E. Wright, 

manager, 404 Main 
Boston Car Wheel Co. 21 Hampshire 
Boston City Flour Mills Co. (Charles Dimmick, Pres., Geo. 
Russell, Treas., J. S. Wolcott, Supt.), barrel manu- 
facturers, 356 Main (Boston office 41 Commercial 
Boston Lowell & Nashua Railroad machine shop, Bridge, 

near East Cambridge bridge 
Boston Rolling Mill, Portland, near Hampshire 
Boston Stamping & Manufacturing Co., Court, Seavey & 

Co. salesroom (93 North, B.) 
Bostwick George E. printer, boards 68 Mt. Auburn 
Bostwick Julius C. forger, house 44 Clark [Madison 

Bosworth William Y, carpenter, house Holly avenue, near 
Botume John F. student, H. U. rooms 35 Weld [Wyeth 
Bouchey William, carpenter, house Holly avenue, near 
Bouge Elizabeth, widow of Hugh, house 11 Wright 
Bourn F. carpenter, boards 104 Hampshire 
Bourn Robert T. carpenter (146 Mt. Vernon, B.), house 

104 Hampshire 
Bourne Joseph, glass maker, house 184 Cambridge 
Bourroughs Leonard, boards 135 Main 
Boutelle Theodore, clerk, Howland, Doughty & Co. 
house at Woburn 

J. FORD & SON, Harvard Square, print cards, and all other 
kinds of printing. 


Bovyer John A. lounges and chairs, Broadway, opposite 

Page's box-factory, house 96 Austin 
Bowditch Alfred, student, H. U. rooms 46 Weld 
Bowditch Vincent T. student, H. U. rooms 30 Weld ■ 
Bowdoin Gus H. clerk, boards 8 Hamilton 
Bowdy John, cabinet maker, house 68 Winter 
Bowen Charles J. widow, house 3 Mason 
Bowen Charles S. boards 9 Follen [H. U. house 9 Follen 
Bowen Francis, Alford Professor of Natural Religion, etc. 
Bowen Maria Miss, boards 85 Brattle [91 Cambridge 

Bowen & Blake (E. W. Blako), periodical, stationery, etc. 
Bower Frederick, polisher, house Warren, near Porter 
Bowers Charles, sewing machine agent (228 Washington, 

b!), house 10 Hollis [boards 10 Hollis 

Bowers Charles E. boots and shoes (29 Federal, B.), 
Bowers George, house 99 River 

Bowers John M. engineer Riverside, house 135 Hampshire 
Bowers Wm. provisions, 194 Cambridge, house 23 Sixth 
Bowes John J. carpenter, house 10 East 
Bowes William Edward, book-finisher, house 29 Pleasant 
Bowker Charles E machinist, house rear 12 Broadway 
Bowker Edwin F. engineer and surveyor, city engineer's 

office City Hall, house 125 Austin [Norfolk 

Bowker Winslow L. insurance (31 State, B ), house 90 
Bowlby James R. blacksmith (Charlestown), house 30 

Bowler Charles, mason, boards 17 Crane 
Bowies Abiah E. widow, boards 102 Inman 
Bowles Benj. F. Rev. house 102 Inman 
Bowman Alexander, laborer, house 5 Crane 
Bowman Benj. F. clerk, 126 Inman, house at Somerville 
Bowman Joanna H. widow of Abner H. house 61 Oxford 
Bowman Nancy Mrs. boards 19 Everett [Essex 

Bowman Orlando, salesman (216 State, B.), house 40 
Bowser George W. cabinet maker, boards 42 River 
Bo3'ce James, iron moulder, house 75 Hastings 
Boyce Thomas, engineer, house 37 Union 
Boyd Abraham, laborer, house 19 Crane 
Boyd Edward, cabinet maker, house 5 Dock [Prospect 
Boyd Fanny L. Miss, millinery goods, 584 Main, boards 3 
Boyd John W. printer Riverside, house 15 Pleasant 
Boyd Orman T. grocer (216 State, B.), house 33 Linnaean 
Boyd Orville G. grocer (216 State, B.), house 100 Austin 
Boyd Thomas, architect (36 Merchants Bank building, 28 

State, B.), house 3 Prospect 
Boyd Thomas, engineer, house 145 Broadway 
Boyd William, machinist, house 17 Myrtle place 
Boyd William, printer, house 44 Putnam 

J. S. SAWYER, GRAVEL, ROOPIXG, No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 
Alain street, Cambridgeport. 


Boyd William A. stereotype!', boards 44 Putnam 

Boyd William C. glass-cutter, house 125 Court 

Boyd William W. proctor, H. U. rooms 7 Hollis Hall 

Boyde Thomas, painter, boards 12 Dunster 

Boyden Benj. F. grocer, 2 Brewer's block, Brattle square, 

house 13 Prospect [212 North avenue 

Boyden Sanford E. carriage trimmer, F. Ivers', house 
Bove John F. carver, F. Geldowsky, house at Oharlestown 
BOYER SAMUEL, stair-builder, 371, 373, 375 Main, 

house 536 do. [Russell 

Boyle Andrew, carpenter, boards Mrs. Willis', Elm, corner 
Boyle Daniel, junk-dealer (107 Merrimac, B.), house 309 

Cambridge [house do. 

Boyle Dougald R. clerk, Cambridge, corner McCabe, 
Boyle Edward, laborer, house Walden corner Dublin 
Boyle Edward, laborer, house Garden court 
Boyle Edward G. cabinet maker, Braman, Shaw & Co.'s, 

house28 Winter 
Boyle P^lizabeth Mrs. house 163 Windsor 
Boyle James, grocer, 125 Court, house do. 
Boyle James, teamster, boards 80 Concord avenue 
Boyle John, carpenter, house rear 125 Elm 
Boyle John, teamster, house 118 Webster avenue 
Boyle William, glass-cutter, house 125 Court 
Boynian James, lampblack manufacturer (Brighton), h. 

4 Sands 
Boyne Edward G. cabinet maker, house 28 Winter 
Boynton Edwin J. carpenter, house 414 Main 
Boynton Fred H. foreman at Boynton's piggery (Som- 

erville,) house Norfolk, near Cambridge 
Boynton Geo. E. teamster, house 133 Spring 
Boynton Herbert A. bookkeeper (B.), house 152 Prospect 
Boynton John L. captain police, Station 3, h. 151 Cam- 
Boynton Morris B. com. mer. (53 Commercial, B.), house 

13 Chauncy 
Boynton Perkins, house 117Inman 
Bo} T nton Sylvia, widow of James, house 8 Cambridge 
Boynton William E. student, H. U. rooms 20 Weld 
Boy son Geo. provision dealer, 403 Main, h. 29 Windsor 
Boyson George H. bookbinder, Riverside, house 103 River 
Bo}*son Simon M. salesman, house 401 J Main 
Brabrook Ezra H. furniture (4, 6 and 8 Friend, and 4, 6 

and 8 Union, B.), house 320 Harvard 
Brackett Charles W. clerk, D. Brewer, bds.133 Mt. Auburn 
Brackett Eliza K. Miss, teacher, Webster Grammar School, 

boards 39 Williams 
Brackett I. Frank, house 15 Worcester 

street, Cambridgeport. 


Brackett James, house 23 Everett 

Brackett William H. carriage painter, h. 133 Mt. Auburn 
Brackett Wm. S. law student, rooms 890 Main [mont 

Bradbrook Albert, stationer, house Cambridge, cor. Tre- 
Bradbury Caleb, glass-packer, N. E. Glass Co. h. 138 Otis 
Bradbury Caleb B. paying teller (National Bank of Re- 
demption, 91 State, B.), h. Waldon, opp. Mt. Pleasant 
Bradbury Prank R. baker, boards 26 Holyoke 
Bradbury Frederick T. clerk (Redemption Bank, B.), h. 

138 Otis [262 Bridge 

Bradbury Harry, painter, Bridge, near Cambridge, house 
Bradbury Horace D. furniture (121 Fulton. B.), house 74 

Fourth [36 Trowbridge 

Bradbury William F., Hopkins master High School, house 
Bradeen Jacob F. mason, house Noi folk, near Cambridge 
Bradfield Robert, laborer, house 24 Vine 
Bradford Alexander W. house 16 Elm 
Bradford Charles R. window shades, etc. (96 Hanover, 

B.), house 21 Williams 
Bradford George H. student, H. U. rooms 45 Weld 
Bradford Isaac, house 46 Mt. Auburn 
Bradford Kate, widow of Charles, house 11 Sumner 
Bradford Sarah B. widow of Isaac, house 46 Sacramento 
BRADLEE CHARLES L. locksmith, 625 Main, house 

82 Green 
Bradle} 7 Abraham, carpenter, house 133 Windsor 
Bradley Anthony F. clerk (3 Blackstone, B.), h. 25 Bow 
Bradley Daniel, laborer, house 17 Washington 
Badley Daniel, laborer, house 243 Cambridge 
Bradle}- James, mat maker, house 128 Brookline 
Bradley John, laborer, boards 243 Cambridge 
Bradley Mary, widow of Daniel, house 123 Windsor 
Bradley Mary A. Mrs. (Mrs. Bradley & Martin), dress, 

cloak maker, and milliner, 648 Main, h. 646 do. 
Bradley Mrs. & Martin (Mrs. Mary A. Bradley and Mrs. 

Elizabeth V. Martin), dress and cloak makers and 

milliners, 648 Main 
Bradley Patrick, laborer, house 243 Cambridge 
Bradley Robert, laborer, house 238 Franklin 
Bradley Robert S. student H. I T . rooms 9 Matthews 
Bradley William M. student, H. U. rooms 63 College 
Bradshaw Aaron, oil and candles (7 Central wharf, B. ), 

house 44 Erie 
Bradshaw Alfred A. clerk, (242 Washington, B.), house 

5 Cottage [Broadway 

Bradshaw Thomas C. cutter (20 School, B.), house 419 
Brady Bridget Miss, house 15 Vine [Fourth 

Brady Charles, porter (Custom House, B.), h. Stevens ct. 

GEO. B. JA.MES &, CO , Lumber, Wharves, Junction Bridge 
and Cambridge streets, East Cambridge. Boston office 14 State 
street. Spruce frames sawed to order. 


Brady Edward, moulder, house rear 67 Moore 
Brady Hugh, laborer, house McCabe, near Cambridge 
Brady James, laborer, house 14 Dublin 
Brady Jeremiah, glass-blower, N.E. Glass Co. h. 4 Winter 
Brady John, laborer, house 8 Fourth 
Brady John, laborer, house rear 15 Vine 
Brady Michael, job-wagon, house 12 Eighth 
Brady Michael J. baker, Wm. Wright's house, 7 Mill 
Brady William, laborer, house 103 Fourth 
Braendle Geo. C. piano key maker, boards 163 Broadway 
Brain ard Andrew, boards 209 Mt. Auburn 
Brain ard Cornelius S. saloon, 209 Mt. Auburn, house do. 
Brainerd Erastus, student H U. rooms 2 Holworthy 
B ram an H. B. (Braman, Shaw & Co.), house at Boston 
Br am an, Shaw & Co (H. B Braman, Dan. W. Shaw, 
Sumner Applin and Edward A. Lawrence), furniture 
manufacturers, Bridge, near Craigie's bridge, office 
and salesroom (27 Sudbury, B.) [cor. Pleasant 

Bramhall Charles, bookbinder, Riverside, h. 2 Tremont, 
Bramhall George N., State police, house 75 Green 
Bramhall Joseph, organ maker, 626 Main, h. Ill Pleasant 
Brandin John, laborer, house Franklin, near Putnam 
Brandt Henry H. painter, house 1 Village 
Brannan James E. clerk, Orrin Hall, boards 22 South 
Brannan John W. student H. U. rooms 62 Thayer 
Brannan Joseph D. law student, rooms 1 7 College House 
Brannin Horace C. G. law student, boards 62 Trowbridge 
Braslahan Thomas, laborer, house Dublin, corner railroad 
Braslin Catherine, widow of Michael, house 35 Sargent 
Braslin Cornelius V. electrotyper, house 13 Dyke 
Braslin James E. stereotyper, boards 0. Braslin's, Willard 
Braslin John, plasterer, boards 108 Spruce 
Braslin Joseph, hostler, house rear 167 Bridge 
Braslin Mary, widow of Patrick, house 18 Reed 
Braslin Owen, laborer, house Willard, near Brattle 
Braslin Patrick, laborer, house 431 Cambridge 
Braslin Timothy, laborer, house 105 Spruce 
Brassel Daniel C. laborer, house Franklin, cor. Hancock 
Brassel James T. (McCarthy & Co.) plumber, 69 Cam- 
bridge, house Green 
Brassil James, laborer, house 156 Green 
Brassil John, fireman, Gas works, house 41 Banks 
Brassil Thomas, laborer, boards 41 Banks 
Biasslin John, laborer, house Jackson, near Spruce 
Brasslin Timothy, laborer, house Jackson, near Spruce 
Brattles Edward, gardener, house 11 Follen 
Braxter Patrick, laborer, house 32 Hastings 
Brazier Abbie M. widow of Franklin J. house 693 Main 

livery kind of printing n-quired by business men furnished by 
J. FORD & SUA, printers, Harvard Square. 


Brazil Thomas, laborer, house 202 Green 

Brearley Samuel, proctor, II. U. rooms 36 Weld Hall 

Breeden George, clerk (Wareham), boards 14 Short 

Breeden Lewis, house 14 Short [14 Short 

Breeden Lewis jr. clerk (foot Chestnut, B.), boards 

Breen Ellen Mrs. house rear Seventh, near Cambridge 

Breen Patrick, laborer, house 34 North 

Breen William J. house-painter, h. r. Seventh, n. Cambridge 

Bregan Michael, tailor, boards 12 Hancock 

Breitner Gnstave, musical instrument maker, h. Seventh 

Bremen George, carpenter, boards 29 Cherry 

Brennan Daniel, cooper, boards 374 Main 

Brennan Frank, carpenter, boards 10 South 

Brennan James, laborer, house rear Sparks, near Foster 

Brennan James, laborer, house 20 Somerset 

Brennan James, granite cutter, house 3 Linden 

Brennan James J. book-binder, h. Franklin, cor. Hancock 

Brennan John, plasterer, house 33 Dunster 

Brennan John, gardener, h. rear Mt. Auburn, near Sparks 

Brennan John, machinist, boards 11 Second 

Brennan Margaret, widow of Richard, house rear Bridge, 

near the water 
Brennan Martin, stone-cutter, house 241 Mt. Auburn 
Brennan Michael, furniture (97 Haverhill, B.), house 450 

Brennan Patrick, laborer, house 19 Dublin 
Brennan Patrick, currier, house 12 Hastings 
Brennan Timothy, provisions, 14 and 16 Sparks, house do. 
Bresnahan Jeremiah, harness maker, 8 Cambridge, house 
at Boston near Otis 

Brewer David, provision dealer, 9 Brattle, h. 32 Shepard, 
Brewer Thomas H. provision dealer, 1 Brewer's block, 

Brattle square, house rear do. 
Brewster Henry B. printer, house Green 
Brewster Isaac, laborer, house 158 Green 
Brewster John, banker (40 State, B.), house 145 Brattle 
Brewster William (40 State, B.), boards 145 Brattle 
Bridden Benjamin F. policeman, house 13 Holly place 
Bridden Benjamin F. jr. telegrapher, boards 20 Howard 
Bridden Horace E. letter carrier, 559 Main, h. 20 Howard 
Bridge James, house 35 Auburn 

Bridge Samuel G. grocer, 514 Main, house 35 Auburn 
Bridges Charles H. machinist, house 166 Main 
Bridges David A. boards 166 Main 
Bridges Julia A widow Hiram, house 62 Auburn 
Bridges Stephen O. ship carpenter, house 119 Spring 
Bridges Warren F. carpenter, boards 62 Auburn 
Briggs Edward, carpenter, house rear 69 Gore 


No. 1 Hyde's lilock, O03 Main street, Cambridgepoit. 


Briggs Freeman G. piano-forte maker (Dover, corner 

Washington, B.), house 104 Pearl 
Briggs Fowler, fruit and vegatable pecller, and boarding, 

88 Mt. Auburn, bouse do. 
Briggs George R. student, H. U. boards 61 Kirkland 
Briggs George W. pastor Austin street Unitarian society, 

house 61 Kirkland [R. R. crossing 

Briggs John, foreman, N. E. Brick Co. house Walden, near 
Briggs LeBaion R. student, H. U. rooms 61 Kirkland 
Briggs Sarah M. widow of Walter D. house 720 Main 
Briggs Walter D. clerk (Chauncy, B.), boards 720 Main 
Briggs William H. cabinet organ maker, boards 77 River 

Briggs , cabinet organ maker, boards 12 Green 

Brighara Charles O. house 87 Norfolk 
Brigham Frederick A. clerk, boards 90 Windsor 
Brigham Freeman, salesman, h. 507 Main [40 Windsor 
Brigham Josiah M , Cambridge and Boston express, house 
Brigham Mary D. widow of Owen B. house 90 Windsor 
Brigham Mary S. Miss, boards 1 Putnam 
Bright Elizabeth Mrs. house 104 Preston 
Bright Horace O. (H. O. & J. J. Bright), ice-dealer, Bos- 
ton Ice Co. house 328 Broadway 
Bright II. O. &rJ. J. (Horace O. and John J. Bright), ice 

dealers, Cambridge, Junction Bridge, and (99 State, 

B.), [Ice Co. (99 State, B.), house 320 Broadway 
Bright John J. (H. O. & J. J. Bright), ice-dealer, Boston 
Bright Luther, agent (Canal, B.), house 15 Cottage 
Bright Nathan F. book keeper (183 Washington, B.), bds. 

104 Preston 
Briley Henry, laborer, house rear 30 Front 
Brimmer George, cooper, boards 1 Washington 
Brine Charles F. clerk, 121 Cambridge, boards 120 do. 
Brine George R. merchant tailor (201 Washington, B.), 

house 128 Otis [Cambridge 

Brine James W. tailor (15-2 Devonshire B.), boards 120 
Brine John B. salesman (Abbott Loring, High, B.), bds. 

120 Cambridge 
Brine John F. (Brine & Clark), coal and wood, Bridge, 

foot of Third, house Prospect, corner Oak [cor. Oak 
Brine John H., book-keeper, Brine & Clark's, bds. Prospect 
Brine Robert, tailor (201 Washington, B.), house 74 Otis 
Brine William, tailor, 120 Cambridge, house do. 
Brine & Clark (John F. Brine and Patrick T. Clark), coal 

and wood, Bridge, foot of Third 
Briney Thomas, laborer, house 55 Gore 
Brinkley Richard, laborer, house 30 Hastings 
Brinsmade John C. student, H. U. rooms 15 Hollis 
Brinton Frank A. compositor, Riverside, h. at Boston 

CHILDREN'S BOOTS A Specialty. C. L>. WILDER, 557 Main 
street, Cambridgeport. 


Briody Thomas, laborer, house Clifton, near Spruce 
Briscoll Thomas O. carver, Braman, Shaw & Co.'s, house 

91 Sixth 
Brith John, laborer, house 179 Norfolk 
Brisco John H. laborer, boards 5 Gray place 
Britton Henry A. cabinet maker, house 89 Spring 
Britton Joseph, clerk (Post Office, B.), boards 79 Auburn 
Broad Thomas, last-maker, h. Cuddy's blk. 159 Columbia 
Brodrick Ellen, wid. of Daniel, boarding-house, 190 Bridge 
Brodrick Maurice, currier, house 79 Spruce 
Brogan Ellen, widow, house rear 66 Harvard 
Brogan A. John, pork-packer, J. P. Squire & Co.'s, h. 

Lambert, n. Cambridge 
Brogan John, laborer, house 14 Dublin 
Brogan Patrick, laborer, house 45 Sargent 
Brohen Patrick, engineer, house 3 Spring place 
Brookhaven Henry, carpenter, house 126 Green 
Brookings Charles S. (Brookings & Sheafe), painter, 621 

Main, house 30 Short 
Brookings Nathaniel, hostler, U. R. Co. bds. 52 Dunster 
Brookings & Sheafe (Charles S. Brookings and John C. 

Sheafe), painters, 621 Main 
Brooks Cyrus, house 56 Union [Auburn 

Brooks Edward C. clerk (33 Summer, B.), bds. 121 Mt. 
Brooks Edward H. surveyor City Hall (B.), bds. 

44 Windsor 
Brooks Edwin C. engineer, Cambridge Water Works, h. 

Vassal lane, near R. R. 
Brooks Eliza, widow of John, nurse, house 7 Suffolk 
Brooks Elizabeth Miss, house 4 Holyoke 
Brooks Eugene D. leather (84 High, B.), boards 21 Lee 
Brooks George F. concert organist and prof, of music 

(Washington, B.), house 15 Tremont 
Brooks Hiram W. com. mer.(G8 Federal, B.), house 5 Dana 
Brooks Isaac A. house 121 Mt. Auburn 
Brooks Isaac Mrs. house 42 Market 

Brooks James, glass-worker, boards 39 Winter [ket 

Brooks James I. broker (44. Sears bldg. B.), bds. 42 Mai% 
Brooks James W. house 4 Berkeley 

Brooks John (10 Devonshire, B.), h. Oxford, near Forest 
Brooks John -Mrs. widow, house 39 Winter 
Brooks John G. student, Divinity school, rooms 39 

Divinity Hall, [rear 72 Allston 

Brooks John L. piano maker (344 Washington, B.), house 
Brooks J. Mason, clerk (97 State, B.), house 28 Inman 
Brooks Mary Mrs. house 21 Lee 
Brooks Mary E. widow of Abel, house 10 Sixth 
Brooks Matthew, carpenter, house 204 Harvard 

ROBERT BACON <fc CO., Office 440 Main street, Cain Bridgeport. 
Fine Shirts, Collars and Cuffs Ready Made. 


Brooks Nathaniel P. (William C. Brooks & Co.), coal, 
etc., Bridge, n. Bay State glass house, bds. 74 Thorn- 
dike [of yard, near R. R. 
Brooks Patrick, marble polisher, A. McDonald, h. in rear 
Brooks Sumner J. house 119 North avenue 
Brooks Sylvanus F. house 359 Main 

Brooks William, clerk (Post Office, B.), house 44 Windsor 
Brooks William C. (Wm. C. Brooks & Co.), wood, coal, 
etc., Bridge, near Bay State Glass Co. house Thorn- 
dike, near Fourth 
Brooks Wm. C. & Co. (Wm. C. and Nathaniel P. Brooks.), 

coal, etc. Bridge, near Bay State glass house 
Brooks William H. school-teacher (46 Winter, B.), house 

318 Harvard 
Broughton Henry W. student, H. U. rooms 28 Stoughton 
Brousseau Morris, laborer, house 146 Spruce 
Brown Alvah H. compositor, boards 41 Holyoke 
Brown Alvin B, expressman, house 8 Union 
Brown Artemus Z. assessor, house 57 Magazine 
Brown A. M. ice driver, boards 41 Cedar 
Brown Benjamin A. provisions, Broadway, cor. Norfolk, 

house 11 Gardner 
Brown Beverley, laborer, house 61 Hastings 
Brown Charles A. conductor, U. R. Co. house 17 Mellen 
Brown Charles E. cooper, boards 15 Eighth 
Brown Chas H. foreman, H. Moulton & Co. h. r. 60 Winter 
Brown Chas H. C. bookkeeper (B.), house 49 Clark 
Brown Charles O. millman, house 4 Vine 
Brown Charlotte M. widow of Edward A. h. 37 School 
Brown Chas. R. cigar maker, house 37 School 
Brown Chas. S. carpenter, boards 13 Pleasant 
Brown Chas. W. clerk (Exchange Nat. Bank, B), bds. 
57 Magazine [Appian Way 

Brown Daniel, wheelwright, Palmer, n. Brattle, house 14 
Brown Daniel, mason, boards 430 Main 
Brown Daniel L. Mrs. house 16 Ash 

Brown David F. carpenter, h. Putnam pi. n. Western ave. 
Brown Eben P. cabinet organ maker, 426 Main, h. 13 State 
Brown Edmund H. printer, boards il Holyoke 
Brown Edward, laborer (Navy Yard, Charlestown), house 

66 Charles 
Brown Edward A. steam piper, boards 41 Norfolk 
Brown Edward J. dry goods (Green, cor. Leverett, B.), 

house 124 Otis 
Brown Edward P. musician (3 Tremont Row, B.), bds. 

37 Mellen 
Brown Edwin, teamster, house 87 Harvard 
Brown Edwin R. sawyer, house 3 Jordan place 

JOllA FORD & SON, Printers, Harvard Square; every variety 
of job printing. 


Brown Eliza, widow of Peter, house 125 Court 

Brown Ellen Miss, dressmaker, 116 Webster ave. h. do. 

Brown Ellis E. coachman, house 432 Broadway 

Brown Evan, house 48 Brattle 

Brown Frank W. soap-maker, house 11 Lincoln 

Brown Frank D., clerk (115 Blackstone, B.), bds. 134 

North avenue 
Brown Fred M. painter, B. & L. R. R. shop, h. at Boston 
Brown Frederick T. lather, boards 2 Cherry court 
Brown Freeman G-. tract depot (3 Tremont Row, B.), h. 

37 Mellen 
Brown George, cooper, house 15 Eighth 
Brown Geo. A. stoves etc. (115 Blackstone, B.), h. 134 

North avenue 
Brown Geo. A. jr. stoves (115 Blackstone, B.), bds. 134 

North avenue 
Brown George D. clerk (Jordan, Marsh & Co. B.), house 

864 Main 
Brown George H. gas-fitter, 644 Main, bds. 106 Auburn 
Brown George T. stone-cutter, boards Inman place 
Brown George T. provision dealer (B.), h. Inman place 
Brown George W. student, H. U. rooms 29 College 
Brown Gilbert, carpenter, house 11 Sargent 
Brown Harry H. student, H. U. rooms 3 Stoughton 
Brown Helen F. widow of George, house 402 Main 
Brown Henry C. leader Brown's Brigade Band, bds. 151 

Brown Inglis H. foreman, Huckins mill, Brighton, house 

24 DeWolf 
Brown Irving W". milkman, house 1 Brooks 
Brown Isaac, laborer, house 33 Hastings 
Brown James, carpenter, house 19 Short 
Brown James, laborer, house 7 Murdock place 
Brown James, laborer, house 7 Murdock 
Brown James, laborer, house 9 Porter 
Brown James, stone-cutter, house 161 Columbia 
Brown James A. butcher, house 170 Gore 
Brown James C. proof-reader, h. 31 Stone's blk. Blackstone 
Brown James E. carpenter, house 141 Columbia 
Brown James R. blacksmith, house Court, near Broadway 
Brown Jane Miss, seamstress, house 7 Appian Way 
Brown Jason B. clerk (27 Winter. B.), bds. 41 Norfolk 
Brown John, shoemaker, 192 Bridge, house do. 
Brown John Rev. pastor, Stearns Chapel, bds. 25 Columbia 
Brown John C. boiler maker, house 1 Pioneer 
Brown John C. J. student, H. U. rooms 16 College 
Brown John F. assistant in Physical Laboratory, H. U. 

rooms 27 Gray's Hall 

J. S. SAWYER, GRAVEL ROOFING, No. 1 Hyde's Rlook, 603 
Main St., Cambridgeport, 


Brown John G. iron and steel (49 and 51 Fulton, B ), h. 

101 Prospect 
Brown John EL cigar maker, house 37 School 
Brown John J. watchman, Beal & Hooper's, h. 134 Spring 
Brown Joseph, tailor, boards 20 East 
Brown Joseph, tinner, house 21 Front [Broadway- 

Brown Joseph A. dry goods (34 Milk, B.), house 322 
Brown Lyman A. hack driver, boards 2 Essex court 
Brown Maria, widow of Edw. H. house 41 Norfolk 
Brown Mar} T , widow of Samuel, house 36 Hastings 
Brown Michael, cooper, house Rideout, near Porter 
Brown Nancy Mrs. house 70 Harvard [DeWolf 

Brown Nancv K. widow of Edward, seamstress, house 9 
Brown Otis F. clerk (Claflin & Co., B.), bds. 41 Norfolk 
Brown Otis S. book-keeper, P. C. Wheeler, bds. 29 Second 
Brown Patrick A. teamster, house 5 Conlon's court 
Brown Richard, laborer, house 15 Hastings 
Brown Robert C. engineer, 174 Broadway, h. 57 Cherry- 
Brown Samuel J. student, boards 57 Third 
Brown Sarah E. Miss, house 12 Gardner 
Brown Sumner A. teamster, house 5 Second-street court 
Brown Thomas E. waiter, 10 Trowbridge, boards do. 
Brown Walker, laborer, house 61 Hastings 
Brown Walter H. stone-cutter, boards 2 Cherry court 
Brown Walter V. stone-cutter, house 7 Dinsmore court 
Brown William, paper glazier, 10 Arrow, house 6 Shep- 
herd's block, Charles river 
Brown William, boiler maker, house 123 Fourth 
Brown William F. printer (50 Bromfield, B.), h. 14 Park 
Brown William H. clerk, boards 16 Ash 
Brow r n Wm. P. book-keeper, A. H. Hews & Co. house 15 
Worcester [98 Windsor 

Brown William S. cracker dealer (216 Friend, B), house 
Brown William Wells, plrysician (B.), h. 15 Webster ave. 
Brown William Wilson, clothing (24 Brattle, B.), house 

36 Brewery 
Brown W. Henry, conductor, U. R. Co. house 17 Mellen 
Browne Albert G. jr. reporter (Supreme Court, Court 

House, B.), house 1 Berkeley 
Browne Abraham, coachman, house 14 Garden [House 
Browne Alexander P. student, H. U. rooms 16 Holyoke 
Browne Henry G. student, H. U. rooms 5 Holyoke House 
Browning Francis, tin plate worker, house 94 Allston 
Browning Margaret, widow of Thomas, house 19 Vine 
Brownlow Joseph, express, house 16 Perry 
Brownlow William A. student, H. U. boards 16 Perry 
Bruce Charles E. painter, house 13 Fourth [Charlestown 
Bruce Eugene L. hay and straw, 42 Bridge, house at 

street, Cambridgeport. 


Bruce Frederic A. clerk, 126 Cambridge, boards 54 Fourth 
Bruce George F. carriage painter, F. I vers', house North 

ave. cor. Dover 
Bruce James A. carpenter, boards 12 Norfolk 
Bruesard John, cabinet maker, house 41 Spruce 
Brum Antonio E. hair dresser, 97 Cambridge, house at 

Brunt William, gardener, house 13 Willard 
Bruorton Charles, lather, house 1 Gore place 
Bruorton George, glass cutter, New England Glass Co. h. 

1 Gore place 
Bruorton George E. superintendent (New England News 

Co. B.), bds. 67 Third [2 Washington, bds. do. 

Brusch Bernard, ale, beer, etc., and boarding house, 1 and 
Brusch Louisa, widow of John, house 1 Washington 
Brush M. Wagner, machinist (15 Morton place, B.), house 

30 Columbia 
Bryan Margaret A. Mrs. house Sydney, cor. Walnut 
Bryant Abram, whitener, house 23 Brewery 
Bryant Benjamin, lather, boards 99 Prospect 
Bryant Benjamin, laborer, house 9 Railroad 
Bryant Benjamin R. commission merchant (20 Clinton, 

B.), house 10 Tremont [Elm, cor. Beech 

Bryant David, flour and grain (199 Causeway, B.), house 
Bryant Frank, dry goods (34 Chauncy, B), house 37 

Coggswell ave. 
Bryant Frank L. car conductor, boards 15 Eliot 
Bryant Frederick S. watch maker, 121 Cambridge, house 

181 Cambridge 
Bryant Jeremiah, laborer, house 88 Harvard 
Bryant John, night police (Boston & Albany Depot, B.), 

house 15 Eliot 
Bryant John, student, H. U. rooms 4 Little's block 
Bryant John E. clerk, 6 Brattle, boards 15 Eliot 
Bryant Jos. A. paper ruler, (82 State, B.), h. 10 Tremont 
Bryant Lewis H agent, Wheeler & Wilson's sewing ma- 
chine, h. Avon Hill, n. Linnaean [ant's, Avon Hill 
Bryant Lewis L. medical student, boards Lewis H. Bry- 
Bryant Mary M. widow of John, house 8 Beaver 
Bryant Sarah H. Miss, dressmaker, boards 10 Tremont 
Bryant Sophia Mrs. house 99 Prospect 
Bryant William H. clerk, D. Dodge, bds. 44 Coggswell av. 
Bryant William T. carpenter, house 44 Coggswell ave. 
Bryson James, plumber, boards Pleasant, near Franklin 
Buchanan William H. laborer, house 7 Eliot 
Buck Abij ah R. machinist (Mason & Hamlin's, B.), h. 

50 Windsor 
Buck David S. house 16 Holyoke 

GEO. B. JAMBS «fc CO., Lumber, junction Bridge and Cam- 
bridge streets, E.tst Cambridge. Boston office 14 State street: 
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Buck David W. clerk, 30 Brighton, rooms 56 do. 
Buck Henry H. student, H. U. rooms 41 Thayer 
Buck Henry L. expressman, 16 Holyoke bds. do. 
Buck James, printer, Riverside, house 79 River 
Buck John S. carpenter, house rear 48 Thorndike 
Buck Lucius A. moulder, house 14 Market [ThorndiRe 
Buck Silas B. carpenter, First, near Cambridge, house 70 
Buck Silas E clerk, bds. 70 Thorndike [Auburn 

Buckingham Frederick S. law student, rooms 102 Mt. 
Buckingham Joseph S. wood turner, D. Pratt's, house 126 

Buckland James Mrs. house 25 Holyoke 
Buckley Cornelius, laborer, house Porter, near Warren 
Buckley Daniel, laborer, house 128 Webster avenue 
Buckley Daniel A. real estate and insurance agent, 547 

Main, house 278 Harvard, corner Inman 
Buckley Daniel H. teamster, house Charles, corner Fifth 
Buckley James, laborer, house 149 Bridge 
Buckley Jerry, house 51 Amory 

Buckley John, engineer, J. Clark's, Cedar, house 13 Rice 
Buckley John Mrs. liquors, 147 Bridge, house do. 
Buckley Michael, teamster, Wellington Bros. h. 2 Jefferson 
Buckley Owen E. cabinet maker, house 27 Gore 
Buckley Patrick, foreman, Clark's furniture factory, 34 

Reed, house 13 Rice 
Buckley Patrick, laborer, house 122 Elm 
Buckley Patrick Mrs. house Spring, near Sixth 
Buckley Timothy, grease-collector, house Webster avenue, 

near Columbia 
Buckley Timothy, stone-cutter, house 26 Vine 
Buckley William, laborer, house 157 Spring 
Buckman Caleb P. baker, house 25 Brooks 
Buckman Herman, cabinet maker, house Gore, n. Fifth 
Buckner Henry, laborer, house 32 Hastings 
Budworth James H. comedian, house 449 J Main 
Buell Abbie F. widow of George, house rear 99 Cambridge 
Buell George S. student, boards rear 99 Cambridge 
Buffum Charles T. student, H. U. rooms 47 Weld 
Buffum Ferdinand M. locksmith and bellhanger, house 9 

Williams [Co.'s, house 101 Norfolk 

Buffum James L. paper hanger, J. H. & J. P. Thayer & 
Bugbee Charles M. foreman, Woodbury & Co.'s planing 

mill, house at Somerville 
Bugbee James M. clerk of committees, (City Hall, B.), 

boards Thomas B. Aldrich's, Elmwood avenue 
Bugbee John B. (S. A. Holt & Co.), hard wood and lum- 
ber dealer, 17 East, house at Boston 
Bugbee William A. builder, house 16 Garden 

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Bugel Max A. japanner, house 6 Walnut 

Bulfinch Stephen G. Mrs. rooms 25 Church 

Bullard Asa Rev. house 22 Centre [house 72 Allston, 

Bullard D. Webster clerk (Sup. Court, 3 Court House, B.) 

Bullard James H. student, H. U. rooms 38 College 

BULLARD JOHN C. cashier, Cambridge National Bank, 

87 Cambridge, house 105 Otis 
Bullard Joseph O. house 9 Norris 
Bullard Louise D. teacher Harvard Grammar school 
Bullard Mary A. Mrs. house, 44 Mt. Auburn 
Bullard Mary L. Miss, teacher, Dunster primary school, 

boards 44 Mt Auburn 
BULLARD WILLARD A. cashier, First National Bank, 

Main, corner Prospect, house 761 Main 
Bullard William N. student, H. U. rooms 34 Thayer 
Bullock A. Eugene, cigar maker, house 482 Cambridge 
Bullock Charles, dentist, 569 Main, house North avenue, 

opposite Chester 
Bullock Otis S. machinist, 179 Broadway, house 210 do. 
Bullock Thomas, grocer, 365 Cambridge, house do. 
Bunker Nathaniel W. carpenter, house Coggswell ave. 
Bunker Sarah F. widow of Alfred, house rear P. O. build- 
ing, North avenue* 
Bunting Robert, compositor, Riverside, house at Boston 
Burbank Abraham, laborer, house Holly avenue, n. Wyeth 
Burbank Edwin A. discount and collection clerk (North 

National Bank, 15 Devonshire, B.), h. 40 Shepard 
Burbank George, house 18 Wendell 
Burbank William H. student, H. U. rooms 22 Church 
Burbeck Geo. jr. carpenter, house 33 Kinnard 
Burchmore Zach. jr. book-keeper (B.), house 49 Essex 
Burdakin Arthur L. machinist, 64 Fifth, boards 7 Sixth 
Burdakin Edward L. clerk, 85 Cambridge, bds. 56 Fifth 
Burdakin John C. janitor, Court House, house 56 Fifth 
Burdakin Joseph, glass-cutter, N. E. Glass Co. h. 7 Sixth 
Burdett Henry M. student, H. U. rooms 32 Thayer 
Burdett Joseph O. law student, boards 332 Broadway 
Burdett Samuel F. machinist, house 259 Broadway 
Burditt Hattie Miss, boards 116 Auburn 
Burditt Leroy S. tuner (Cambridge, corner Charles, B.), 

house 60 Magazine 
Burgess Albert, painter, house 22 Windsor 
Burgess Albert L. (Mason & Hamlin's, B.), house 42 River 
Burgess Daniel, laborer, house 108 Kinnard 
Burgess Ellen M. Mrs. house 90 Auburn 
Burgess John E. clerk (O. Ditson's, Washington, B.), h. 

90 Auburn 
Burgess Sydney W. student, H. U. rooms 16 Dunster 

No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 Main street, Cambridgeport. 


Burgess Thos. J. salesman, Eastern Market Co. 471 Main* 

house at Gloucester 
Burgess William, clerk, boards 20 Cottage 
Burgess William D. carpenter, house 20 Union 
Burgess Zimri T. piano maker, 106 Hampshire, house 502 

Burgfiest A. in Boston rolling mill, Portland 
Burgrewyn Keon, plasterer, house 188 Hampshire 
Burgwyn Collinson P. E* student, H. IL rooms 58 Thayer 
Burguwyn James, carpenter, house 54 Brattle 
Burke Andrew, cabinet maker (25 Sudbury, B.) house 

Vine, near Sixth 
Burke Ann, house 92 Harvard 
Burke Barney, laborer, house 10 Somerset 
Burke Catherine, widow of James, house 49 Washington 
Burke Daniel, blacksmith, boards 26 Holyoke 
Burke Edward S. blacksmith, 9 Church, h. at Somerville 
Burke James, machinist, boards 121 Harvard 
Burke James, laborer, house rear 382 Cambridge 
Burke James, laborer, house 19 South 
Burke James, hostler (B.), house 4 Linnehan's block, Third 
Burke James, britannia worker, house 24 Vine 
Burke John, grocer, Porter, near Warren, house do. 
Burke John, carver (B.), house 210 Bridge 
Burke John, laborer, boards rear 159 Broadway 
Burke John, marble polisher, house 39 Charles 
Burke John, marble cutter, A. McDonald, bds. at Brighton 
Burke John, stone cutter, boards 104 Main 
Burke John P. plasterer, house rear 120 Court 
Burke Lawrence, blacksmith, house rear 78 Brighton 
Burke Mary, widow of Patrick, house 15 Hancock 
Burke Michael, pedler, boards 83 Broadway 
Burke Michael, teamster, house 10 East Perry 
Burke Patrick, laborer, house 2 Hastings 
Burke Patrick, printer (Boston Journal), h. 196 Cambridge 
Burke Philip, wood turner, house 82 Fifth 
Burke Richard H. tinsmith, I. P. Estes', h 261 Franklin 
Burke Thomas, in Boston rolling mill, Portland 
Burke William, gas inspector, boards 3 Linden 
Burke William, cooper, house rear 56 Charles 
Burke William A. varnisher, 203 Cambridge, h. at Boston 
Burkett Augustus H. clerk, 653 Main, house 176 Harvard 
Burkett Henry A. auctioneer, house 176 Harvard 
Burleigh Chas. H. printer, house 2 Nichols place 
Burleigh Emily A. widow of John A. house 85 Brattle 
Burleigh Everett J. hackman, house 8 Eliot [Putnam 

Burleigh Jacob N. flour dealer (186 State, B.), house 32 
Burleigh Thomas, horse car driver, boards 89 Tremont 

street, Cambridgeport. 


Burley David P. foreman, U. R. Co.'s stables, house 89 

Burmann Henry, sausage maker, Eighth, n. Spring, h. do. 
Burnap Charles G. cabinet maker, house 40 Broadway 
Burnes Daniel D. law student, rooms 2 Holmes place 
Burnett Charles H. clerk, boards 3 Shepherd's block, 9 

Charles river 
Burnett Daniel, laborer, house 49 Hampshire [Mt. Auburn 
Burnett Frank W. bartender (6 Cambridge, B.), house 12 
Burnett Frederick A. clerk, boards 3 Shepherd's block, 9 

Charles river 
Burnett Harry, student, H. U. rooms 26 Thayer [blk. 

Burnett James, surveyor of lumber, boards 136 Lechmere 
Burnett Lewis, house 3 Shepherd's blk. 9 Charles River 
Burnett Marshall T. student, Scientific school, rooms 19 

Burnett Waldo, student, H. U. rooms 3 Weld 
Burnham Chas. A. bookbinder, house 41 Pine 
Burnham Chas. T. organ maker, house 20 Green 
Burnham Edward, auctioneer and real estate, 8 Hyde's 

block, 603 Main and (35 Exchange, B.), h. 68 Inman 
Burnham Frank W. student, H. U. rooms 351 Harvard 
Burnham Geo. A. furniture mover, house Clark, near Har- 
Burnham Ira F. carpenter, house 20 Union 
Burnham Mary D. widow of Wesley, house 351 Harvard 
Burnham Samuel, editor (149 Washington, B.), house 19 

Arlington [boards 149 Cambridge 

Burnham Sarah M. Miss, teacher, Putnam Grammar school, 
Burnham William A. student H. U. rooms 48 Brattle 
Burns Barnard, laborer, A. C. Sanborn & Co.'s, house 146 

Burns David, laborer, house 37 Cowperthwait 
Burns James, oil finisher, house 31 Charles 
Burns Jeremiah, laborer, house 132 Lechmere block 
Burns Jeremiah, laborer, house 25 Fourth 
Burns John, baker, house 10 Pine 

Burns John, roofer (B.), house Washington, n. Columbia 
Burns John, slater, boards 68 Brighton 
Burns John R. printer, boards 41 Holyoke 
Burns Mallacy, ham curer, house 122 Elm 
Burns Michael, tin-plate worker, boards at Watertown 
Burns Peter, provisions, Brighton, near Harvard square, 

and 2 Cowperthwait, house do. 
Burns Peter, teamster, h. Cambridge, n. horse-car stable 
Burns Stephen J. house 21 Plymouth [21 Plymouth 

BURNS STEPHEN J. MRS. preserver of flowers, house 
Burns Thomas, baker, house c-44 Main 

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Burns Thomas, laborer, house 106 Kinnard 
Burns Thomas, glass-worker, house Gore, cor. Fifth 
Burns Timothy, provisions, 15 Sparks, house do. 
Burns William J. slipper maker (High, B.), h. 150 Otis 
Burpee Eliphalet, mason, house 32 Tremont 
Burpee Hannah, widow, house 27 Pleasant 
BURPEE JOSEPH E. mason, house 149 Prospect 
Burpee Samuel W. teamster, 178 Columbia, house do. 
Burr Lemuel, hair-dresser, Main, cor. Essex, house 45 

Burr Lemuel D. waiter, boards 45 Hampshire 
Burr Mary M. hair dresser, 45 Hampshire, house do. 
Burrage Frederick E. clerk, Burrage, Shepard & Co. bds. 

91 Prospect 
Burrage Harriet L. widow of T. F. house 13 Jay 
Burrage Josiah (Burrage, Shepherd & Co.), lumber dealer, 

Broadway, cor. Court, L. P. house 91 Prospect 
Burrage Josiah K. (Burrage, Shepherd & Co.), lumber 

dealer, Broadway, cor. Court, bds. 91 Prospect 
BURRAGE, SHEPHERD & CO. (Josiah Burrage, Sum- 
ner P. Shepherd, and Josiah K. Burrage), lumber 

dealers, Broadway, cor. Court, L. P. 
Burridge Carrie C. Miss, boards 9 Amory 
Burridge Ward J. house 9 Amory 
Burrill Charles O. (Packard & Burrill), brush manuf. 60 

Cambridge, house at Somerville [8 Eliot 

Burroughs Charles H. foreman, Pike's stable, Church, h. 
Burrows Thomas R. coach-ironer, house 22 Watson 
Burry William, student, H. U. rooms 21 Gray 
Burt Charlotte A. Mrs. boards 6 Daniels court 
Burt Seth F. butter, cheese, etc. (24 F. H. market, B.), 

house 29 Western avenue 
Burton Anson (Burton, Fellows & Co.), brush manuf. 12 

Gore, house at South Lancaster 
Burton Ezra (Burton, Fellows & Co.), brush manuf. 12 

Gore, house at South Lancaster 
BURTON, FELLOWS & CO. (Anson Burton, John H. 

Fellows and Ezra Burton), brush manufacturers, Gore 

and (21 Exchange, B.) 
Burton Thomas C. house 21 Suffolk 
Burton Henry E. engineer, house 21 Suffolk 
Burton Mary S. widow of Henry E. house 21 Suffolk 
Busch John W. gardener, house 19 Windsor 
Bush Harry P. law student, rooms 52 Brattle 
Bush Washington, laborer, house rear 105 Elm 
Bushee Balona, carpenter, house Walden, near Donnell 
Bushee James A. organ varnisher, 426 Main, h. Pleasant, 

cor. Auburn 

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Bussier Joseph, laborer, house 117 Spruce [ville 

Buskirk Charles V. wheelwright, 378 Main, h. at Somer- 
Buskirk Samuel V. wheelwright, h. School, n. Windsor 
Busnach Henry, hairdresser, boards 85 Brookline 
Busnach Michael S. cigar manuf. 576 Main, h. 85 Brookline 
Busnach Samuel, cigar maker, and ale, beer, etc. 576 

Main, boards 85 Brookline 
Busnach Solomon M. jr. cigar maker, 576 Main, boards 

85 Brookline 
Busteed William H. clerk (B.), house 138 Washington 
Busteid Robert, laborer, house Clifton, near Spruce 
Buswell Brigham (Studley & Buswell), 150 Cambridge, 

house at Somerville 
Butland Uriah, expressman, order box, 409 Main, house 

155 Pearl 
Butler Benjamin, laborer, house 12 Dinsmore court 
Butler Catherine A. widow of John, house 139 Cambridge 
Butler Daniel M. stone-cutter, house 57 Harvard 
Butler George, kerosene oil works, house 22 Sixth 
Butler George A. organ maker, boards 129 Spring 
Butler Geo. W. gas fitter (124 Union, B.), house Fifth, 

near Cambridge 
Butler Harriet, widow of Henry, house 23 Hastings 
Butler Harriet A. teacher, Gore primary school, boards 
Frost, corner Otis [North Fifth 

Butler Isaac W. organ builder, S. S. HammiU's, house 23 
Butler James, laborer, house 287 Cambridge 
Butler John, expressman, boards 181 Bridge 
Butler John, in rolling-mill, house rear 161 J Broadway 
Butler Martha H. teacher, Otis primary school, boards 2 

Butler Mary, widow of David, house 7 Somerset 
Butler Matthew P. shipping clerk, boards 9 Hancock 
Butler Patrick, baker, house 9 Hancock 
Butler Patrick E. (Butler & Hadley), carriage painter, 41 

Cambridge, boards Mansion House, Gore 
Butler Paul, student, H. U. rooms 22 Holworthy 
Butler William J. laborer, house 7 Somerset 
Butler & Hadley (Patrick E. Butler and Clarence V. Had- 
ley), carriage painters, 41 Cambridge 
Butman Joseph E. box sawyer, house 95 Gore 
Butnam Caleb P. sheriff's keeper, house 430 Main [Gore 
Butterfield Charles M. clerk (45 Congress, B.), house 87 
Butterfield George A. produce dealer (14 new F. H. Mar- 
ket, B.), house 106 Austin [near Market 
Butterfield George F. clerk, 194 Cambridge, house Union, 
Butterfield James B. agent, J. P. Squire & Co.'s, house at 

J. S. k SAWYER, GRAVEL ROOFING, No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 
Main street, Cambridgeport. 


Butterfield John, clerk (10 Biackstone market, B.), house 

54 Fourth 
Butterfield John H. clerk, boards 54 Fourth 
Butterfield William P. (New York), house 46 Cherry 
Button Charles P. student, H. U. rooms 1 Dolton block 
Buttrick Elizabeth G-. Miss, house 8 Norton 
Buttrick Ephraim, house 1 Divinity avenue [Soden 

Buxton Charles B. fish and oysters, 617J Main, house 5 
Buxton George, engineer, Hixon's, boards 5 Dickinson 
Buxton John C. engineer, house 59 Hampshire [avenue 
Buxton John H. mason and plasterer, house 50 Western 
Byard Edward, carpenter, house rear 78 Brighton 
Byers William, carpenter, house Kernan's block, rear 13 

Charles river [14 Williams 

Byram Eben S. cabinet maker, Grover Brothers', house 
By ram Joseph R. salesman (11 & 13 Essex, B.), house 

76 Lake 
Byron George H. carpenter, house 11 Temple 
Byron John, painter, boards 24 Dunster 

CABOT FANNIE, widow of Charles H. house 33 Sixth 
Cabot James J. student, H. U. rooms 17 Hoi worthy 
Cabot Rhoda L. widow, Charles, house 8 Magazine court 
Cadby Thos. C. gas-fitter (B.), house 12 Magazine 
Cade Charles B. (J. Stevens & Co.) plumber, 627 Main, 

boards 11 Worcester 
Cade George L. superintendent of streets, house 464 Main 
Cade William B. polisher, house 27 Park 
Caesar Antoine, oil finisher, boards 108 Cambridge 
CarTery Joseph, weigher, boards 33 Wheatland block 
Cahill John, auctioneer, real estate and insurance agent 

(11 Pemberton sq. B.), house 486 Cambridge 
Cahill Jeremiah, stone mason, house 28 Charles River 
Cahill Mary E. fancy dry goods. 486 Cambridge, house do. 
Cahill Patrick, teamster, house 75 Spruce 
Cahill Robert, glass maker, boards over 411 Cambridge 
Cain Albert M. box maker, boards 390 Main [tern avenue 
Calden Asaei W. captain steamer Ulysses, house 41 Wes- 
Calden Mary Mrs. house 12 Brookline 
Calderwood John C. brass-founder, house 129 Washington 
Caldwell Almira, widow of Wm. F. house 131 Cambridge 
Caldwell George W. painter, house Bent, near Cambridge 
Caldwell George W. jr. painter, house Distillhouse 
Caldwell George W. soap pedler, house Rideout, near 

Caldwell Henry L.'grocer (141 Milk, B.), boards 720 Main 
Caldwell James, carriage trimmer (Chestnut, near Charles, 

B.), house 27 Sixth 

CHILDREN'S BOOTS A Specialty. CD. WILDER, 537 Main 
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Caldwell James A. butter dealer (B.), house 120 Magazine 
Caldwell Matthew, book-binder, house Blackstone, corner 

Caldwell Randolph, hackman, house 5 Baldwin place 
Caldwell Stephen, hostler, house 28 Pleasant 
Caldwell William, house 354 Harvard [Spring 

Calef Solomon C. planing-mill (Charles, B.), house 90 
Calhane Thomas, tailor, house 188 Green 
Callaghan Denis, grocer, 349 Main, house 71 School 
Callaghan John, confectioner, boards 17 Washington 
Callahan Bart, grocer, 19 Washington, house do. 
Callahan Calvin, laborer, house 194 Bridge 
Callahan Daniel, glass-maker, house rear 12 Third 
Callahan Daniel, laborer, house 5 Lechmere place 
Callahan Daniel C. laborer, house 212 Bridge 
Callahan Dennis, laborer, house 251 Franklin 
Callahan Garry, yeast-cake maker (1(3 Beverly, B.),bds. 

10 East 
Callahan James, frame finisher, boards 35 Washington 
Callahan James, laborer, house 18 North 
Callahan Jeremiah, tailor, house 32 Auburn 
Callahan Jeremiah, job-wagon, house 287 Cambridge 
Callahan Jeremiah, saloon, 415J Cambridge, h. 139 Elm 
Callahan Jeremiah, laborer, house 6 North 
Callahan Jeremiah, laborer, house Short, near R. R. 
Callahan John, laborer, house 7 Sparks st. place 
Callahan John, laborer, house 194 Green 
Callahan John, laborer, house Warren, near Cambridge 
Callahan John, painter, house 5 Flagg 
Callahan John, pedler, house 41 Vine 
Callahan John P. printer (Boston Daily Globe, B.), h. 

135 Cambridge 
Callahan Mary, widow of Dennis, house 65 Winter 
Callahan Michael, laborer, house 8 Davis 
Callahan Michael, painter, house 5 Flagg 
Callahan Patrick, biacksmith,house 38 Foster 
Callahan Patrick, blacksmith, bds. 3 Lechmere place 
Callahan Thomas, laborer, house 19 Foster 
Callahan Thomas, laborer, house 12 North 
Callahan Thomas F. cabinet maker, house 70 Gore 
Callan James, bar tender (Somerville), bds. 179 Bridge 
Callan Thomas, laborer, house Jefferson, n. Warren 
Callender Charles A. stationery and fancy goods, 485 

Main, house 487 do. 
Callender Maria L. Miss, stamping and embroidering, 

555 Main, house 499 do. [499 Main, house do. 

Callender Mary M. Miss, dress-maker and embroidering, 
Caller James, paper glazier, 10 Arrow, house 25 Ellery 

GEO. B. JAMES <fc CO., Lumber, wharves, junction Bridge and 

Cambridge streets, East Cambridge Boston office 14 State atreet. 

Lumber for jobbing and repairs. 


Caller Joseph, paper glazier, 10 Arrow, house 23 Ellery 
Calley Henry S. real estate agent (95 J Washington, B.), 

house 24 DeWolf 
Calloway Larry, laborer, house Fifth 
Calloway Richard, laborer, h. rear A. McDonald's granite 

yard, near R. R. 
Calnan Daniel, gasfitter, boards Harvard, cor. Clark 
Calnan John, laborer, house Lechmere place 
Calnan John P. carver, Braman Shaw & Co.'s, house rear 

Third, corner Gore 
Calnan Patrick, laborer, house 12 North [Gore 

Calnan Patrick, at W. S. Blanchard & Co.'s, h. Third, n. 
Calnon Jerry foundry-man, house Lilac court, c. Portland 
Calnon Michael, teamster, house 6 Portland 
Calnon Timothy, laborer, house 42 Hampshire [Clark 

Calvert Charles H. conductor Metropolitan R. R. bds. 13 
Calvert Frances, widow of William, house 13 Clark 
Cambridge Almhouse, Tannery 
CAMBRIDGE CHRONICLE, Geo. Fisher, editor and 

prop, office 573 Main 
Cambridge Cemetery, Coolidge ave. n. Watertown line 
Cambridge City Guards Armory, Moore's block, Brattle 
Cambridge Gas Light Co., Lyceum bldg. Harvard square, 

A. E. Hildreth, pres. [25 Main 

Cambridge Fruit Preserving Co. N. C. Pike, supt. 
Cambridge High School, Broadway, corner Fayette 
Cambridge Hospital, 102 Prospect 

J. W. Cook, pres., J. A. Smith, sec. and treas. 555 

Cambridge Observatory, Concord ave. 
Cambridge Post Office, Lyceum building, Harvard sq. 
CAMBRIDGE PRESS, James Cox, proprietor, office 

531 J Main [Harvard square 

Cambridge Railroad Company, R. E. Demmon, pres. 
Cambridge Savings Bank, John B. Dana, pres. 1 Har- 
vard row 
Cambridge Skating Rink, Broadway, corner Ellery 
Cambridge Water Board, office City Hall, Main 

proprietors, 602 Main (Boston offices 8 Court sq. & 

3 Washington) [Main 

Cambridgeport National Bank, R. Douglass, pres. 585 
Cambridgeport Post Office, 559 Main, J. McDuffie, post 

muster [near Essex 

Cambridgeport Savings Bank, Benj. Tilton, pres., Main, 
Came Edward G. salesman (B.), house 2 Chestnut 

Harvard Square. 


Cameron James F. (Cameron & Etter), blacksmith and 

carriage builder, 496 Main, house 512 Main 
Cameron George, carpenter, boards 127 Prospect 
Cameron Henry, carpenter, boards 41 Cedar 
Cameron Robert J. carpenter, house 41 Cedar 
CAMERON & ETTER (James F. Cameron and Herbert 

Etter), blacksmiths and carriage builders, 496 Main 
Cameron William G. carpenter, house 25 Bow 
Cammon John, carriage-smith, house 43 Coggswell ave. 
Cammon John A. bookkeeper, boards 43 Coggswell ave. 
Camp Charlotte E. Miss, teacher, Thorndike grammar 

school, h. at East Medford 
Campbell Alexander, carpenter, house 23 DeWolf 
Campbell Andrew, boiler maker, house 341 Main 
Campbell Charles J. electrotyper (5 Washington, B.), 

house 71 River 
Campbell David J. painter, boards 23 Wallace 
Campbell Donald S. clerk, 77 Pearl, boards do. 
Campbell Dugald, carpenter, h. McCabe, n. Cambridge 
Campbell Duncan H. machinist, house 128 Spring 
Campbell Eben, carpenter, house 46 Putnam 
Campbell Edward, porter (B.), h. Warren, n. Cambridge 
Campbell Elizabeth, widow of James, house 78 Spring 
Campbell Geo. S. machinist, house 79 Hastings 
Campbell Harrison, teamster, house Spring, near Eighth 
Campbell Hugh, clerk (45 Merchants Row, B.), boards 

78 Spring 
Campbell Hugh, grocer, 1 Vine, cor. Third, house 3 do. 
Campbell Isabella, widow of John M. house 33 Pine 
Campbell James C. tinsmith, boards 13 River 
Campbell Jane, widow of James, house 1 Flagg 
Campbell John, cabinet maker, h. Magazine, opp. Florence 
Campbell John,' machinist, house 11 Union 
Campbell John G. tailor, boards 24 Sixth 
Campbell Margaret, widow of John, h. r. 125 Court 
Campbell Oliver B. oil (40 Clinton, B.), house North 

ave. cor. Forest [h. 120 Austin 

Campbell Robert M. restaurant and lunch (93 State, B.) y 
Campbell Sarah Miss, house 61 Brattle 
Campbell Thomas W. organ tuner, house 36 Austin 
Campbell William, foreman, Allen & Endicott's, 356 

Main, house 57 Moore [24 Sixth 

Campbell William, brass finisher (Hawkins, B.), bds„ 
Campbell William H. letter carrier, house 14 Wright 
Campbell William T. student, H. U. rooms 26 Mt. Auburn 
Campbell Wilson, boiler maker, house 17 Myrtle place 
Canavan William, laborer, house Union 
Canfield George F. student, H. U. rooms 14 Matthews 

No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 Main street, Camforidgeport. 


Cann Edgar, brass finisher, boards 77 Gore 

Cannell Charlotte Mrs. boards 71 Third 

Cannell Henry, clerk, house 71 Third 

Canney Philip, laborer, house Davis [well ave. 

Cannon John, teamster, A. H. Hews & Co. house 42 Coggs- 

Cannovan James Mrs. house rear Gore, near Fifth 

Canterbury Charles I. painter, house 14 Lake 

Canterbury George W. clerk, boards 14 Lake 

Canty Timothy, plasterer, house 26 North 

Canty William, teamster, boards 150 Spring 

Cant}' Zeph. traveling agent (New York), house 73 Gore 

Capelle Jonas F. salesman, N. E. Glass Co. house 138 

Capelle Thomas, carpenter, house 54 Mt. Auburn 
Capen Warren, carver, boards 53 Fourth 
Caragnaro Antonio, cabinet maker, house 12 North 
Carder Richard, laborer, boards 116 Columbia 
Carew Edward, cooper, house McCabe, near Jefferson 
Carew Thomas A. sculptor, Bath, house 29 Everett 
Carey James, laborer, house Prospect, near Milk 
Carey James, provisions, 25 Brighton, house do. 
Carey John, machinist, Revere Sugar Refinery, house at 

Carey Thomas, grocer, Jefferson, near Warren, house do. 
Carey William, hair dresser, 1 Essex, house at Somerville 
Carlbery Charles A. cabinet polisher, boards 24 Dunster 
Carlen Mary, widow of John, house 143 Bridge 
Carleton John P. organ maker, house 11 Sydney 
Carley George E. clerk, B. & L. R. R. repair shop, h. 

at Charlestown 
Carley James, laborer, house 9 Donnell [h. 4 Perry 

Carlin James, foreman, Walworth Manuf. Co. 368 Main, 
Carlin Michael, laborer, house Willow place, near Som- 
erville line town), house 5 Chapman place 
Carlin Patrick, driver of carriage, States prison (Charles- 
Carlin William A. plumber, boards 5 Chapman place 
Carlisle John, glazier (B.), bds. J. C. Lund's, Mt. Vernon 
Carlock Ann, widow Jacob, house 89 Pearl 
Carlock Charles T. diary maker, boards 87 Pearl 
Carlock John R. watchcase maker, house 430 Main 
Carlton Sarah C. Miss, teacher, Putnam Grammar school, 

boards 68 Otis 
Carmichael Charles, wood turner, boards 29 Cherry 
Carmichael John, baggage master, B. L. & N. R. R. house 

102 Cambridge 
Carnes James, box maker, house 29 Fourth 
Games John, boot and shoe maker, house 8 Watson 
Carnes John, laborer, house Montgomery, near Spruce 

street, <Jam bridge port. 


Carnes John Q. bookbinder, boards 8 Watson 
Carnes Michael M. carpenter, h. Warren, n. Cambridge 
Carney Edwin L. student, H. U. rooms 42 Weld 
Carney Francis, laborer, h. Webster ave. n. Cambridge 
Carney John, laborer, house Rideout, near Porter 
Carney Mary, widow of John, house Bridge, cor. Fourth 
Carney Owen, laborer, house 18 Irving place 
Carney William, sawyer, house 43 Clark 
Caron Joseph, brick maker, house 108 Spruce 
Carpenter Eber, conductor, U. R. R. bds. Porter's Hotel 
Carpenter George, cabinet maker, house at Boston 
Carpenter George, cabinet maker, house 123 Windsor 
Carpenter George M. (R. Bacon & Co.), 440 Main, house 

at Boston 
Carpenter Narcissia L. widow of Eber, h. 229 North ave. 
Carpenter Reuben, engraver, house 45 Clark 
Carpenter Samuel, tinsmith, 389 Cambridge, h. 401 do. 
Carpenter Thomas, cabinet maker, house 112 Harvard 
Carr Arthur, glasshouse laborer, house 1 Jefferson 
Carr Bernard, soap maker, house 18 E. Perry 
Carr Catharine, widow of George, house 1 Jefferson 
Carr Charles, carpenter, house 41 Garden 
Carr Charles, grease collector, house 20 E. Perry 
Carr Edward J. stereotyper, house 28 E. Perry 
Carr Edwin S. tinsmith, house 860 Main 
Carr Ellen Mrs. house Sydney, cor. Walnut [6 Chestnut 
CARR ERWIN S. tin plate worker, 914 Harvard, house 
Carr Frank P. glass worker, house 99 Spring 
Carr George W. tin pedler, house 63 Elm 
Carr James, laborer, house Willow place 
Carr Joseph D. mariner, house 4 Antrim 
Carr Lucien, house 388 Harvard 
Carr Martin, teamster, house 24 Cowperthwait 
Carr Michael (P. Carr jr. & Bro.), soap manuf., Lopez, n. 
Brookline, house do. [Walnut ave. 

Carr Nathaniel, coal dealer (280 Causeway, B.), house 
Carr Patrick P. laborer, house 16 Perry 
Carr Patrick P. jr. (P. Carr, jr. & Bro.), soap maker, Lo- 
pez, n. Brookline, h, 16 Perry 
Carr Peter J. laborer, house McCabe, near Cambridge 
Carr P. jr. & Bro. (M. Carr), soap manuf., Lopez, near 

Carr Sparrow, house 97 Windsor 
Carr Thomas, laborer, house 13 Valentine 
Carrigan Michael, hostler, house Tear 25 Fourth 
Carroll Catherine, widow of Patrick, house 228 Bridge 
Carroll Edward, laborer, house Willow place, near Som- 
erville line 

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Carroll Harry J. draughtsman, Mt. Auburn Cemetery, h. 

at Newton 
CarrollJames H. sewing machines, 114 Cambridge, h. do. 
Carroll Jeremiah, harness maker, 43 Cambridge, house 143 

Carroll John, clerk, house 36 Winter 
Carroll John, shoemaker, house Winter, cor. Fourth 
Carroll John F. glass maker, house 228 Bridge 
Carroll John F. machinist, house 47 Gore 
Carroll John I. teamster, boards 42 River 
Carroll John R. shoemaker, house 8 Mullin's court 
Carroll Julia, widow Edward, house Third, n. Cambridge 
Carroll Margaret Miss, dress trimmer, rooms 20 Dunster 
Carroll Michael, horse trader, house 112 Auburn 
Carroll Michael, machinist, 114 Cambridge, house do. 
Carroll Patrick, laborer, house 22 Hancock 
Carroll Robert, waiter, house 8 Harrison 
Carroll William, laborer, house Bond 
Carroll William, wheelwright (Bartlett's wharf, B.), house 

Fourth [219 Main 

Carroll Wm. grain measurer, house Stevens' court, rear 
Carroll Wm. H. .marble worker (B.), house 67 Charles 
Carruth Chas. E. grocer, 72 River, house 74 River 
Carruth Geo. E. clerk, 72 River, bds. 74 River 
Carruth Mary A. widow Chas. E. house 2 Harrison ave. 
Carson John, property man, house 64 Washington 
Carson Parker W. carpenter, house 19 Wheatland's block, 

Carson Robert, soap-maker, house 44 Pearl 
Carson Wm. G. superintendent John P. Squire & Co.'s 

provision warehouse, house 141 Cambridge 
Carter Charles Moreland, clerk (40 Union, B.), boards 

159 Brattle [court 

Carter Frank, clerk, Perry, Tyler & Co. house 7 Daniels' 
Carter Frank, student, H. U. rooms 9 College 
Carter Frank E. office manager, 624 Main, boards 67 Dana 
Carter George, glass-maker, house 54 Winter 
Carter Geo. H. clerk (129 Tremont, B.), house 59 Spring 
Carter Geo. P. book-binder (76 Sudbury, B.), and (Geo. 

Woods & Co.), parlor and vestry organs, 624 Main, 

house Austin, near Norfolk 
Carter Herbert W. hair-dresser, boards rear 133 Columbia 
Carter Isa G. widow of Robert, house 37 Columbia 
Carter Jackson, laborer, house 45 Hastings 
Carter James H. carpenter, house 48 Auburn 
Carter John, box maker, boards 180 Broadway 
Carter Mary A. widow of Daniel, house 25 Columbia 
Carter Nancy C. widow of Luke, boards 771 Main 

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Carter Richard, hostler, boards 116 Columbia 
Carter Theodore A. carpenter, boards 12 Green 
Carter William, laborer, boards 5 Clay- 
Carter William, wheelwright, b. A. D. Hurd's, Palmer 
Cartin Joseph, laborer, boards Water, corner Bridge 
Cartret Abigail Mrs. widow, house 100 Green 
Cartwright Ezekiel, rope maker, house 84 School 
Cartwright Joseph P. hose-driver, steamer No. 2, house 

rear 3 Fisk's block, Main 
Cartwright Philip, box-maker, house Court, near Broadway 
Carty Henry, bell-hanger and grocer, Wdlow place, 

house do. 
Carty James F. brass-finisher, house Willow place 
Carvan Frank, works in Boston Rolling Mill, Portland 
Carver Francis H. printer, house 1 Fremont, corner 

Cary Richard Mrs. boards 11 Ware 
Cary Thomas, student, H. U. rooms Holyoke House 
Cary Thomas G. superintendent Zoological Museum, house 

11 Ware 
Cary Thomas G. Mrs. house 11 Ware 
Case G. Arthur, engineer and surveyor, City Engineer's 

office, City Hall, boards68 Columbia 
Case Lyman G. expressman (106 Sudbury, B.), house 

68 Columbia 
Casey Amos, carpenter, house 7 Eighth 
Casey Andrew, baker, house 4 Pine 
Casey Bernard, carpenter, house rear 79 Hastings 
Casey Edward, house rear 72 Norfolk [Cambridge 

Casey James S. driver, Engine No. 3, house Third, cor. 
Casey John, laborer, house 31 Green 
Casey John, laborer, house 31 Brighton 
Casey John, britannia worker, boards 117 Gore 
Casey Michael, porter (B.), house 93 Fifth 
Casey Michael, laborer, house 105 Elm 
Casey Patrick, grocer, 114 Fourth, house 32 Vine 
Casey Peter, laborer, house 16 Vine 
Casey Peter, clerk, 64 Cambridge, bcls. 7 Second 
Casey Thomas, bar-tender, house 116 Fourth 
Casey, Thomas J. carver, house 173 Cambridge 
Casey Timothy, laborer, house 4 North 
Casey William, sexton St. John's church, and undertaker, 

house 104 Fourth 
Cashman Joanna Miss, house Warren, n. Cambridge 
Cashman John, laborer, house 26 Donnell 
Casper Nichols, brass-finisher, house Spring, n. Eighth 
Cass Frederick G. carpenter, 12 Green, house do. 
Cass George W. clerk, 126 Cambridge, bds. 146 Otis 

J. S. SAWYER, GRiVEL ROOFI VG, No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 
Main street, Caiubridgeport. 


Cass Lewis, painter, boards 12 Dunster 
Cassidy Edward, gardener, house 54 Pearl [h. 79 Spring 
Cassidy Edward, glass-cutter, New England Glass Co.'s, 
Cassidy Edward, jr. telegrapher (B. & M. R. R. depot, B.) 

boards 54 Pearl 
Cassidy Frank, laborer, boards 152 Court 
Cassidy James, laborer, boards 152 Court 
Cassidy Thomas, laborer, house 4 Fourth 
Castle Edwin J. druggist, boards 15 Cherry 
Castle Eliza, widow of James, house 15 Cherry [Church 
Caswell Elizabeth, widow of John, house Palmer, near 
Caswell Isabel R. widow of Alanson B. house 124 Austin 
Caswell John R. carpenter, house 31 Antrim 
Cate Edward W. student, H. U. rooms 39 College 
Cate George H. student, H. U. rooms 39 College 
Cate John Q. A. carpenter, house Holly avenue, near 

Cate William H. jig sawyer, F. Geldowsky, house at 

Cate, see also Kate 
Cates James H. superintendent Mass. Arsenal, Garden, 

house do. . 
Cavanagh Ann, widow of Francis, house 239 Franklin 
Cavanagh Bridget Mrs. house 13 Sparks-street place 
Cavanagh Dennis, carpenter, house rear 15 Vine 
Cavanagh Edward, teamster, boards 91 Fifth 
Cavanagh Fred, laborer, boards 91 Fifth 
Cavanagh Michael, harness maker, 378 Main, house 10 

Holly place 
Cavanagh Michael T. pedler, house 57 Spruce 
Cavanagh Patrick, laborer, house 26 Winter 
Caverly Francis, superintendent Brookline bridge, house 

155 Brookline [wharf 

Cawley Thomas J. laborer, Brine & Clark's, house on the 
Cervi Romeo, bookbinder, boards 6 Brewer 
Chadbourne Moses W. saloon 480 Cambridge, house do. 
Chadwick Alford F. box maker, house 3 Pettengill's court 
Chaffee Knowlton S. (Chaffee & Cummings), hardwood 

charcoal dealers, junction Bridge and Cambridge, and 

President Union R. R. Co., Harvard square, house 

118 Cambridge 
Chaffee & Cummings (K. S. Chaffee and Daniel P. Cum- 
mings), hardwood charcoal dealers, and acetate of 

lime, junction Bridge and Cambridge 
Chalk Abraham B. shoemaker, bouse 143 Gore 
Challers Edward, compositor, boards 10 Eliot 
Challies Rachel S. Mrs. nurse, boards 36 Second 
Chalmers Edward P. printer, house 10 Eliot 

street, Cainbridgeport. 


Chamberlain, Ballard & Co. (Sam'l Chamberlain, Sanford 

K. Ballard and John W. Jones), inner soles manuf. 

Portland st. [River, cor. Franklin 

Chamberlain George D. beef (South' Market B.), house 

CHAMBERLAIN HENRY M. counsellor at law, 593£ 

Main, boards Austin, cor. Essex 
Chamberlain James F. silver plater (21 School, B.), house 
116 Prospect [Prospect 

CHAMBERLAIN J. W. plumber, 562 Main, house 84 
Chamberlain Newell (46 South Market, B.), h. 7 River 
Chamberlain Samuel (Chamberlain, Ballard & Co.), inner 

soles manuf. Portland, house at Boston 
Chamberlain Willard N. clerk (46 South Market, B.), 

bds. 7 River . 
Chamberlin Alfred N. shoemaker, 24 Haymarket square, 

house 18 Union 
Chamberlin A. Otis, letter carrier, house 440 Main 
Chamberlin Charles P. Mrs. house 39 Columbia 
Chamberlin Charles U. (D. U. Chamberlin & Co.), hard- 
ware, 622 Main, boards 659 do. [Mt. Auburn 
Chamberlin Corydon O. conductor U. R. R. boards 156 
Chamberlin Daniel U. (D. U. Chamberlin & Co.), hard 

ware, 622 Main, house 659 do. 
Chamberlin D. U. & Co. (Daniel U., George H. and 

Charles U. Chamberlin), hardware, etc. 622 Main 
Chamberlin Edward & Co. Boston chemical works, Cam- 
bridge, near Portland, office (21 Central, B.) 
Chamberlin George H. (D. U. Chamberlin & Co.), hard- 
ware, 622 Main, boards 77 Brattle 
Chamberlin Mary, widow of John, house 77 Brattle 
Chambers John H. foreman, Boston City Flour Mills Co. 

356 Main, boards 29 Cherry 
Chambers William, cooper, boards 29 Cherry 
Champion Joel D. moulder, house Charles, near Sixth 
Champlin, Lemon & Co. (Robert A. Champlin, Augustus 
F. Lemon and Benjamin F. Nourse), boarding, livery, 
and sale stable, Brattle, near Harvard square 
Champlin Robert A. (Champlin, Lemon & Co.), boarding, 
livery, and sale stable, Brattle, near Harvard square, 
house 58 North avenue 
Chandler Chas. H. bookkeeper, house 54 Prospect 
Chandler Ebenezer M. provision dealer, 69 Norfolk, house 

16 Amory 
Chandler Edwin R. hatter, house 19 Hamilton 
Chandler Ella F. widow of Frederick, boards 1 Fremont 
Chandler Frank E. clerk, Geo. B. James & Co. boards 69 
Spring [19 Amory 

Chandler Gilbert E. clerk (West Boston Bank, g.), bds, 

GEO. B. JAMES & CO., Lumber, Wharves, Junction Bridge and 
Cambridge streets, East Cambridge. Boston office 14 State street. 
Lumber Manufacturers and Dealers, wholesale and retail. 


Chandler James, marble worker (A. Wentworth & Co.'s, 

17 Haverhill, B.), house 17 Fremont 
Chandler Stephen B. salesman (192 Washington, B.), h. 

Antrim, near Cambridge 
Chandler William, bookbinder, Riverside, house 18 Howard 
C banning Edward T. Mrs. house 16 Quincy 
Chapin Andrew N. mason, boards 7 Columbia court 
Chapin Elien S. widow of Geo. A. house Arlington, cor. 

Walnut avenue 
Chapin Frank W. student, H. U. rooms 28 College 
Chapin Gardner, clerk (60 Blackstone, B.), bds. 93 Otis 
Chapin George T. produce (Blackstone market, B.), house 

66 Otis [Fourth 

Chapin Hiram O. clerk (12 Blackstone mkt. B.), house 73 
Chapin Lizzie C. Miss, teacher, Felton primary school, 

boards 124 Antrim 
Chapin Samuel W. mason, boards 7 Columbia court 
Chaplin Geo. carpenter, house 29 Kinnard 
Chaplin Sarah T. widow of Charles F. h. Austin, n. Inman 
Chapman Abraham, oyster dealer (B ), h. 14 Brookline 
CHAPMAN FRANCIS L. carriage manufacturer, rear 

15 Brattle', house 11 Story 
Chapman Fred L. clerk, Francis L. Chapman, bds. 11 Story 
Chapman Geo. W. painter, 522 Main, house 9 Lopez 
Chapman Harrison C. machinist, house 21 Austin 
Chapman Henry, paper hanger, house 392 Cambridge 
Chapman John C. machinist, boards 408 Main 
Chapman Nathaniel, carpenter, rooms 1 Shepherd's block, 

rear 10 Charles River 
Chapman Rufus B. machinist, house 408 Main 
Chapman Samuel, watchman, house rear 112 Columbia 
Chapman William, house 392 Cambridge 
Chapman William, jr. carpenter, house 392 Cambridge 

proprietors, 92 Main — 
Charmois Victor, designer, Gore, between Fifth and Sixth, 

house 141 Thorndike 
Chartier Leon A. musician, house 16 Jay [Hamilton 

Chase Albert, jeweller (160 Washington, B.), house 49 
Chase Bailey, boards 24 Clinton 
Chase Charles S. artist, house 471 Main 
Chase Edward F. brakeman, house 19 Pine 
Chase Edwin B. Rev. house 24 Clinton 
Chase E. F. painter, Beal & Hooper's, house Pine 
Chase Frank E. student, H. U. rooms 9 Matthews 
CHASE FREEMAN H. express, order box, Post-office, 

house 156 Hampshire 

Every kind of printing required by business men furnished by 
J. FORD & SON, printers, Harvard Square. 


Chase George S. law student, rooms 20 Divinity Hall 
Chase Gratia, widow of Paul, boards 302 Harvard 
Chase Henry, boards 101 Western avenue 
Chase Herbert A. student, boards 752 Main 
Chase Hiram L. homoeopathic physician, house 752 Main 
Chase Ira. teamster, boards over 415 Cambridge 
Chase Isaac F. tinplate worker, 85 Cambridge, h. 8 Sixth 
Chase Isaac R. engineer, house r. 145 Columbia 
Chase Jacob C. (Chase & Benson), stoves, etc. 457 Cam- 
bridge, house 105 Gore [287 Broadway 
Chase Jeremiah C. (Dickinson & Chase), nurseryman, h. 
Chase John L. coffin maker, Lockhart's, h. 62 Cambridge 
Chase Josiah G. engineer and surveyor, City Hall, house 

8 Bigelow 
Chase Moses B. chaplain, U. S. N. house 14 Ash 
Chase Samuel, cooper, house 16 Market [52 Elm 

Chase Samuel F. ice-dealer, Columbia, c. Hampshire, h. 
Chase Sarah H. Miss, teacher, Felton primary school, bds. 

Tremont, c. Hampshire [bds. 13 River 

Chase Sarson, pattern maker, Nav}' )'ard, Charlestown, 
Chase William H. machinist, (Brighton, B.), bds. 128 

Chase William L. student, H. U. rooms 1 Weld 
Chase & Benson (Jacob C. Chase and H. J. H. Benson), 

stoves, etc. 457 Cambridge 
Chatman Cyrus, machinist, boards 339 Main 
Chatron George, cooper, house 147 Gore 
Cheeseman Frank, hostler, house 58 Elm [67 Vine 

Cheever Edward B. printer (Boston Daily Times), house 
Cheney Abby Mrs. widow, boards 4 River 
Cheney Charles D. fireman, L. R. R. house 117 Thorndike 
Cheney Charles J. receiver, U. R. R. house 29 Holyoke 
Cheney Clarence J. dentist, boards 42 Windsor 
Cheney Edwin L. produce dealer (B.), house 7 Union 
Cheney James D. organ- builder, house 42 Windsor 
Cheney Joseph T. cabinet maker, boards 148 Mt. Auburn 
Cheney Joseph A. watchman, College grounds, house 148 

Mt. Auburn 
Cheney Martin A. clerk,T. H. Brewer, bds. 148 Mt. Auburn 
Cheney Mary M. widow of Nathan, house 54 Essex 
Cheney William F. student, H. U. rooms 26 Mathews 
Chesbrough Ellis S. law student, rooms 104 Mt. Auburn 
Chesley Sawyer (Chesley & Simpson), carpenter, rear 579 

Chesley & Simpson (Sawyer Chesley and H. Simpson), 

carpenters, rear 579 Main 
Chesley James E. cabinet maker, boards 64 Hampshire 
Chew Robert, laborer, house Warren, near Cambridge 

Mo. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 Main street, Cambridgeport. 


Chick Amos, carpenter, house 79 Brattle 

Chick Joseph E. teamster, house Gore, near Fifth 

Chickering William H. clerk, B. & L. Freight office, Prison 

Point Rd. house at Somerville 
Child Andrew J. teamster, house 87 Moore 
Child Carrje E. widow of Charles F. rooms 32 Mt Auburn 
Child Catherine, widow of Nicolas G. house 109 Inman 
Child Francis J., Boylston Professor of Rhetoric and 

Oratory, H. U. house 67 Kirkland 
Child Joseph, sailmaker (2 North Market, B.), h. 760 Main 
Child Joseph jr. leather dealer (95 High, B.), house 99 

Child Moses M. policeman, boards 10 Farwell place 
Child Spencer, teamster, house 226 Broadway 
Child William B. coachman, house 15 Pearl 
Child Winthrop W. coachman, boards 15 Pearl 
Childs Benjamin, bookkeeper, boards 1 Union 
Childs Edward F. candy manufacturer, 94 Third, h. do. 
Childs Henry, printer, house 3 William 
Childs Henry H. bookbinder, house 18 Short 
Childs John H. bookbinder, house 26 Short 
Childs John J. at medical laboratory, house 18 Short 
Childs Parker E. pressman, rooms 28 Mt. Auburn 
Childs William C. soap maker, house 1 Union 
Chipman Albion, pattern and model maker (21 First, So. 

Boston), house 80 Spring 
Chipman Henry G. Mrs. nurse, house 1 Athens 
Chisholm Alexander, carpenter, boards 77 Gore 
Chisholm Colin, carpenter, house 108 Tremont 
Chisholm Daniel, carpenter, boards 11 Eighth 
Chisholm Henry, student, H. U. rooms 22 Thayer 
Chisholm William, carpenter, house Eighth, n. Cambridge 
Chittick Robert, gardener, house 17 Irving place 
Chi vers Walter, painter, boards 37 Wheatland's block 
Choate Charles F. counsellor (28 Pemberton square B.), 

house 153 Brattle 
Choate George Dr. house 154 Brattle 
Christian Joseph, cabinet maker, house rear 101 Fourth 
Christie Michael, laborer, house 16 Reed 
Christie William, supt. Dana Hill club stable, h. 105 Green 
Christie William H. bookbinder, house 32 Mt. Auburn 
Christopher Edward B. carpenter, house 17 Suffolk 
Christopher George A. bookkeeper, boards 17 Suffolk 
Christopher Henry A. carpenter, house 22 Mt. Auburn 
Church Alfred A. laborer, house 11 Broadway 
Church Alfred G. student, H. U. rooms 1 Dolton's block 
Chuich Charles, teamster, boards 80 Concord avenue 
Church Edgar A. lather, house Ericsson court 

CHILDREN'S BOOTS A Specialty. C. !>. WILDER, 557 Main 
street, Cambridgeport. 


Church Edward P. fruit dealer (12 F. H. sq. B.), house 52 

Church Henry C. teamster, boards 80 Concord aveuue 
Church John B. cabinet maker, house 2 Vine 
Church Joseph O. lather, house Ericsson court 
Churchill Clement E. carpenter, boards 22 Western ave. 
Churchill J. Willis, student, boards 39 Holyoke 
Chute Clarinda D. widow of Wm. B. house rear 508 Main 
Chute George A. hardware (53 Kilby, B.), house 8 Jay 
Cilley Horace L. (Cilley, Stimson & Woodbury), 120 

Green, house at Boston 
Martin W. Stimson, Willard H. Woodbury), livery, 
sale and boarding stable, 120 Green 
City Hall, 660 Main 

Claessens Cecelia, widow of Frederick, h. 15 Ellsworth av. 
Clapp Arthur B. student, H. College, bds. 5 Ellsworth ave. 
Clapp Charles C. music store (69 Court, B.), house 132 

Mt. Auburn 
Clapp Edward A. metals (29 and 31 John, B.), h. 5 Lee 
Clapp Edward C. compositor, house 6 Everett place 
Clapp George Walter (F. Clapp & Sons), metals (120 

North, B.), house 49 Erie 
Clapp Horace, house 8 Chestnut 
Clapp John, mill hand, boards 92 Columbia 
Clapp John C. insurance agent (17 Sears building, Wash- 
ington, B.), house 5 Ellsworth avenue [Centre 
Clapp John D. sewing machines (43 Winter, B.), house 5 
Clapp Nancy T. widow of Frederick, house River, near 

Clapp Seth Edward, clerk (9 Cambridge), h. 63 Pleasant 
Clapp William S. clerk (69 Court, B ), bds 132 Mt. Auburn 
Clarence Martha M. Mrs. boards 59 Brattle 
Clarey Michael, carpenter, house 122 Spring 
Clark Albert E. engineer (Beverly, B.), house 140 Spring 
Clark Alexander, granite cutter, A. McDonald, house do. 
Clark Alvan (Alvan Clark & Sons), telescope maker, 

Brookline, near Bridge, house do. 
Clark Alvan G. (Alvan Clark & Sons), telescope maker, 

house 16 Walnut 
Clark Alvan & Sons (Alvan G. and George B. Clark), tele- 
scope makers, Brookline, near the bridge 
Clark Ambrose H. collector, Gas Co. house 5 Appian Way 
Clark Appleton, boots and shoes (70 Federal, B.), house 

20 Sacramento 
Clark Benjamin P. (Benjamin P. Clark & Co.), confec- 
tioner and cigar manufacturer, 552, 554 and 556 Main, 
and Pearl, corner Green, house 81 Franklin 

ROBERT BACON <fc CO., Office 440 Main street, Camhridgeport. 
Patterns cut and materials for Shirts furnished. 


Clark Benjamin P. & Co. (Benjamin P. Clark, Amasa A. 

McKusick and Thomas H. Emerson), confectionery 

and cigar manufacturers, 552, 554 and 556 Main 
Clark Bernard, saloon (Northampton, B.), h. 121 Court 
Clark Charles H. cabinet maker, boards 403 Main 
Clark Charles N. blacking manufacturer, Cottage, near 

Elm, house do. [bridge 

Clark Chester M. officer, House of Correction, East Cam- 
Clark Daniel, bookbinder, boards 21 South [avenue 
Clark Edward J. marble cutter, bds. Thomas Clark's, North 
Clark Ella W. Miss, teacher, Thorndike Grammar school, 

boards at Winchester 
Clark Elizabeth, widow, house 259 Broadway [Harvard 
Claik Fred C. salesman (195 Washington, B.), boards 404 
Clark George, confectioner, boards 18 School 
Clark Geo. B. (Alvan Clark & Sons), telescope maker, 

house 182 Brookline 
Clark Henry, laborer, house 88 Harvard 
Clark Henry A. student, H. U. rooms 22 Stoughton 
Clark Henry H. (Welch, Bigelow & Co.), printer, house 

Harris, near Oxford 
Clark Hyson, boiler maker, house Cambridge, cor. Lambert 
Clark Ira E. engineer and surveyor, City Engineer's office, 

City Hall, boards 81 Austin 
Clark James, glass-cutter, boards 79 Spring 
Clark James A. cigar maker, house 103 Pleasant 
Clark James P. florist, house Madison, near Concord ave. 
Clark John, house Dunster, near the wharf 
Clark John, laborer, house Sydney, near Allston 
Clark John, plasterer, house Belmont, corner Reed 
Clark John, tailor, boards rear 430 Harvard 
Clark John C glass blower, house 77 Spring 
Clark John M. messenger (Sub. Treasury, B.), house r. 

31 Norfolk 
Clark John W. cabinet maker, house 98 Hampshire 
Clark Joseph F. lawyer (10 Pemberton sq. B.), house 

111 Auburn 
Clark Kate C. widow of William, house 21 South 
Clark Lester W. student, H. U. rooms 37 Matthews 
Clark Lewis C. confectioner, boards 12 Douglass 
Clark Lizzie L. Miss, nurse, boards 14 Eliot 
Clark Louis C. student, H. U. rooms 14 Holyoke House 
Clark Mary, widow, house 20 School 
Clark Mary, widow of Bartholomew, h. Dunster, n. Col- 
lege wharf 
Clark Martin V. B. printer, house "7 Western avenue 
Clark Molancthon W. S. policeman, h 11 Far well place 
Clark Uzias, carpenter, First, n. Cambridge, h. 73 Fourth 

JOHN FORD «fc SOjV, Printers, Harvard Square ; every variety 
of job printing. 


Clark Patrick T. (Brine & Clark), wood and coal, Bridge, 

foot Third, house 150 Prospect 
Clark Simon P. carpenter, 19 Cherry, house 35 do. 
Clark Sophia S. Mrs. house 404 Harvard 
Clark S. Adams, house 447 Cambridge 
Clark Thomas, brass finisher, boards 8 Winter 
Clark Thomas, laborer, boards 159 Broadway [sor 

Clark Thomas, clerk, Boston Car Wheel Co. h. 88 Wind- 
Clark Thomas, shoemaker, North ave. n. Walden, h. do. 
Clark Thomas H. tinsmith, boards 18 Brookline 
Clark Thomas P. B. organ case maker, bds. r. 31 Norfolk 
Clark Thomas W. clerk (Devonshire, B.), bds. Ill Auburn 
Clark Walter, gardener, 148 Brattle, boards do. 
Clark William, house 470 Cambridge 
Clark William, blacksmith, A. McDonald, house do. 
Clark William H. (Clark, Whitney & Co.), lumber dealers, 

East, house South Boston 
Clark, Whitney & Co. (William H. Clark), lumber deal- 
ers, East 
Clarke Augustus P. physician,- 49 7 Main, house do. 
Clarke Benjamin, house 6 Gerry 
Clarke Charles C. student, H. U. rooms 5 Hollis 
Clarke Mary W. H. widow of Moses, house 68 Otis 
Clarke Samuel B. student, H. U. rooms 11 Stoughton 
Clarke Sarah J. widow of Edwin R. house 143 Otis 
Clarke William, bootmaker, 165 North ave. h. Sacra- 
mento, near Oxford [68 Otis 
Clarke Wilson W. C. clerk (10 Devonshire, B.), boards 
Clarkson Alexander, saloon (Congress, cor. Water, B.), 

h. 42 Third 
Clarkson John, painter, house 50 Cedar 
Clarkson Thomas G. jeweller (11 West, B.), h. 6 Rockwell 
Clary Francis P. janitor, Boylston hall, H. U. h. 22 

Clary Henry D. (Custom House, B.), h. Oxford, c. Forest 
Clary James, boxmaker, house E. Perry court 
Clary John, wharfinger, Clark, Whitney & Co., house 

East, near Hall's wharf 
Clary Mary, widow of David, house 230 Bridge 
Clary Patrick, stone mason, house 7 Baldwin court 
Clary, see also Clarey [Biver 

Class William, carpenter, h. Kernans block, r. 13 Charles 
Claussen Peter N. boots and shoes, 11 Harvard row, h. 

Green, near Putnam 
Clayton Henry, laborer, house 9 Harvard 
Cleaveland John A. teamster, house 110 Spring 
Cleaves George M. fish dealer, house 100 Green. 
Cleaves James E. student, H. U. rooms 19 H0II13 

J. S. SAWYER, GRAVEL ROOFING, No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 
Main street, Camforidgeport, 


Clement Joseph, gardener, house 190 Hampshire 
Clements George, plasterer, boards 8 Conlon's court 
Clements William, laborer, house 8 Conlor.'s court 
Cleveland Albert D. policeman, house 387 North avenue 
Cleveland Fred G. salesman, boards 13 River 
Cleveland Mary W. widow of Anthony B. h. 38 Winthrop 
Clifford Arthur, student, H. U. rooms 14 Holyoke House 
Clifford John, engineer, h. Cowperthwait, near Banks 
Clifford Walter, tinsmith, boards 10 Eliot 
Climer John jr. jig sawyer, F. Geldowsky, h. at Boston 
Clinton Geo. W. mason, house 39 Washington 
CLOSE GEORGE, confectioner, 232 Cambridge, boards 

5 Sixth 
Close John, fancy cake baker, 311 Cambridge, house do. 
Close John jr. driver cracker wagon, house 35 Brookline 
Cloud John W. jr. student, Scientific school, rooms 52 

Cloudman Edwin H. advt. agt. h. Court, n. Broadway 
Clough John K. bookbinder, house 55 Columbia 
Clough William, pedler, house 87 Main 
Clouston Frank C. clerk (Pearl, B.), boards 14 Williams 
Clouston William^ carpenter, house 14 Williams 
Clover Ellis, plasterer, boards 65 Elm 
Clover Frederick, plasterer, house 65 Elm 
Clow Edmund, printer, house 117 Pleasant 
Cloyes Lothrop J. policeman, house Church, near Palmer 
Cloyes Philip B. fish, butter, etc. 5 Brattle, house 50 

Clukes William H. jig saw}^er, house 1 73 Cambridge 
Clymer William B. S. student, H. U. rooms 51 Matthews 
Coakley John, teamster, house 75 Spruce 
Coakley Patrick, carpenter, boards 55 Cedar 
Coakley Patrick, laborer, h. Willow pi. near Cambridge 
Coakley Timothy, express (B.), house 5u0 Cambridge 
Coale George O. G. student, H. U. rooms 57 Matthews 
Cobb Benjamin F. surveyor lumber, house 144 Cambridge 
Cobb Cyrus, artist (228 "Wash. B.), house 8 Warland 
Cobb Darius, artist (228 Wash. B.), house 8 Warland 
Cobb Edward, currier, boards *5 Wendell 
Cobb Frank, trav. agt. boards 99 Austin 
Cobb Franklin A. salesman, boards 5 Soden 
Cobb John A. hair dresser, boards Temple, cor. Austin 
Cobb Josiah H. tea-dealer (1037 Washington, B.), house 

17 Prospect 
Coburn Benjamin V. machinist, rooms 36 Second 
Coburn Calvin, organ maker, house 148 Spring 
Coburn Charles, clerk (12 Cornhill, B.), house 18 Orchard 
Coburn Charles F. organ maker, house 148 Spring 

street, Cambridgeport. 


Coburn Geo. A. medical student, house 148 Spring 

Cochran Archibald, case-maker, house Acorn, near Walnut 

Cochran Jeremiah, baker, house rear 249 Franklin 

Cochran John, cabinet maker, house 14 State 

Cochran John, laborer, house 18 North [h.42 Magazine 

Cochran Susan M. Miss, teacher Willard Primary school, 

Cochran Thomas, teamster, boards 9 Broadway 

Cockburn James T. pressman Riverside, house 2 Fremont 

Cockerey Maurice, butcher, house Franklin, near Bay 

Cochrane Mar} T Miss, house 95 Fifth 

Cocklan Daniel, laborer, house 85 Spruce 

Cocklan Johanna, widow, house 16 Hastings 

Cocklan John, building mover, house 87 Harvard 

Cocklan Patrick, laborer, house Jefferson, near Rideout 

Cocklan Timothy, laborer, house 2 Hastings 

Cocoran Dennis, policeman, house 150 Spring 

Cody James, hostler, house 27 Cowperthwait 

Cody Morris, currier, house McCabe, near Cambridge 

Coet Hester Mrs. house 9 Webster avenue [Putnam 

Coffee Catherine, widow of Timothy, house Franklin, near 

Coffee Cornelius, laborer, house 60 North 

Coffee Dennis, laborer, house 58 North 

Coffee John, grocer, 56 North, boards do. 

Coffin Charles W. student, H. U. rooms 34 Gray 

Coffin Howard, teamster, boards 9 Squire's court 

Coffin Mary, widow, house Lilac court 

Cofran Asa A. conductor, U. R. R. house 190 Hampshire 

Cofran's brickyard boarding-house, Vassal lane, rear of 

brickyard [house at Charlestown 

Cofran John W. foreman A. C. Sanborn & Co. 68 Bridge, 
Cofran Noah M. foreman, Cofran's brickyard, Concord 

avenue, house 13 Wyeth 
COFRAN SAMUEL M. brick-maker, Concord avenue, 

near Fresh Pond, house 70 do. 
Cogan Dennis, laborer, boards 230 Bridge 
Cogan Edward, carpenter, house 230 Bridge 
Cogan Ellen, widow of Joseph, house 230 Bridge [Second 
Cogan Joseph, harness maker (79 Sudbury, B.), house S5 
Cogan Patrick, laborer, house 59 Brighton 
Cogswell Edward R. physician, house 330 Broadway 
Cogswell Francis, master Putnam grammar school, boards 

123 Prospect [B.), house 3 Village 

Cogswell Samuel B. machinist (J. J. Walworth & Co.'s, 
Cohen Abram, cigar maker, house 519 Main 
Cohen Betsey Mrs. house 65 Brookline 
Cokely Mary Miss, house 1 Linnehan's block, Third 
Cokely Susan, widow, house 47 Gore 
Colbert Dennis, laborer, house rear Bridge, near Short 

GEO. B. JAMES & CO., Lumber, Wharves, junction Bridge 
and Cambridge streets, East Cambridge. Boston office 14 State 
street. Spruce frames sawed to order. 


Colbert Jeremiah, hostler, boards 38 Brighton 
Colbert Hannah, widow of John, house 38 Brighton [ster 
Colburn Elbridge G. foreman blacksmith, house 26 Web- 
Colburn George W. (33 Summer, B.), house 7 Dana 
Colburn Mary E. widow of Cephas, house 74 Hampshire 
Colby Benj. physician, house 34 Lee 
Colby Benj. F. ins. (31 State, B.), boards 34 Lee 
Colby Eugene C. action maker, boards 44 Austin [town 
Colby Isaac, millman, F. Geldowsky, boards at Charles- 
Colby Lucius, painter (B.), house 26 Sixth 
Colby Moses, dry goods (B.), house 38 Pine 
Colby Stephen, teamster, boards 0. N. Kenerson's, Lech- 
mere building 
Cole Abigail, widow of John, house 136 Columbia 
Cole Chas. D. grand sec'y, Grand Lodge I. O. of O. F. 

(548 Washington, B.), house 738 Main 
Cole Charles H. driver cracker wagon, house 47 Elm 
Cole George, gardener, house Mt. Auburn, rear Elmwood 

Cole George, bookbinder Riverside, boards 43 River 
Cole George R. printer, boards 41 Holyoke 
Cole G. Augustus, pedler, house 105 Allston 
Cole Hanun W. teacher (Peekskill, N. Y.), house Acacia 
Cole James H. teamster, house over 415 Cambridge 
Cole John H. lawyer, boards Hanun W. Cole's, Acacia 
Cole Nathan A. clerk, 153 Bridge, boards 54 Fourth 
Cole Seth, printer, house 6 Union 
Cole Stephen R. machinist, house 131 Lincoln 
Cole Thomas W. painter, house 105 Spring 
Cole Wm. E. carpenter, house Green, corner Pleasant 
Cole William G. carpenter, boards 12 Green 
Coleman Amos, laborer, house 22 South 
Coleman Daniel, laborer, house 307 North avenue 
Coleman Elisha P. book-keeper (12 Bedford, B.), house 

11 Wendell 
Coleman Ellen E. Mrs. house 242 Cambridge [Otis 

Coleman George W. clerk (42 Franklin, B.), boards 140 
Coleman John, engineer, boards 374 Main 
Coleman John, policeman, house 92 Windsor 
Coleman John, laborer, house 6 Reed 
Coleman John J. carriage painter, boards 370 North avenue 
Coleman Mark W. tinplate worker, house 140 Otis 
Coleman Michael, laborer, Mt. Auburn, house rear Foster 

near Willard 
Coleman Patrick, laborer, house 6 Water, near Bridge 
Coleman Patrick W. compositor Riverside, house 25 Black- 
stone [house 22 Austin 
Coles Winslow V. plate-printer (227 Washington, B.), 

BILL HEADS neatly printed by JOHN FORD <fc SON, Harvard 


Colesworthy Andrew, machinist, boards 47 Windsor 
Colesworthy Deborah R. Miss, house 36 Amory 
Colesworthy William G. student, H. U. rooms 23 Hol- 

yoke House 
Colhane Daniel, saloon, 196 Green, house do. [Windsor 
Coll Patrick, glass-cutter, house Webster avenue, junction 
Collamore Frank E. cooper, boards 164 Gore 
Collamore Sarah D. widow of Elbridge, house 164 Gore 
Collamore Theodore, cabinet maker (E. Brookline, B.), 

house 39 River [boards 36 Moore 

Collamore William A. organ action maker, 426 Main, 
Colley Benj. jr. piano-forte maker, 206 Hampshire, house 

204 do. 
Colley Benjamin E. piano-forte manufacturer, 206 Hamp- 
shire and (538 Washington, B.), house 29 Fayette 
Colley Frank, boards 29 Fayette 

Colley Herbert, piano maker, boards 29 Fayette [32 Lee 
Colley James, piano-fortes (538 Washington, B.), house 
Collier John, policeman, house Fourth, cor. Stevens court 
Collier Sophia, widow of Patrick H. house 9 Winter 
Collier Thomas, in Boston rolling mill, Portland 
Collins Ann, widow, house rear 13 Vine 
Collins Ann, widow, house Hunting, near Cambridge 
Collins Arthur, refreshment saloon, 241 Cambridge, house 

Ninth, corner Cambridge 
Collins Augustus, laborer, boards 34 Clark 
Collins Cornelius, bar tender. 147 Bridge, boards do. 
Collins Cornelius, laborer, house 34 North 
Collins Cornelius F. coffin polisher, Lockhart's y house at 

Collins Daniel, brick layer, house Court, near Broadway 
Collins Daniel, laborer, house 418 Cambridge 
Collins Daniel B. book-keeper (Geo. B. James & Co.), 

boards 69 Spring 
Collins Dennis, tailor, house Short, near R. R. 
Collins Ellen, widow of David B. house 202 Franklin 
Collins Frederick K. student, H. U. rcoms 18 Gray 
Collins Eleazer L. blacksmith, B. & L. R. R. shop, house 

at Charlestown 
Collins George, carpenter, boards 177 Cambridge 
Collins George, laborer, boards John F. Rogers', Fresh 

Pond lane 
Collins James E. machinist, boards 18 Gore 
Collins James H. supt. of Bay State Brick Company, house 

North avenue, corner Spruce 
Collins James J. carpenter, boards Mansion House, Gore 
Collins James K. student, Divinity school, rooms 2 Divinity 


No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 Main street, Cambridgeport. 


Collins Joel S. (Felt & Collins), carriage maker, house 

Lechmere block 
Collins Joseph, gardener, Mt. Auburn, h. 11 Dinsmore ct. 
Collins John, stone cutter, boards 135 Main 
Collins John, furniture gluer, boards 41 Vine 
Collins John, cooper, boards 29 Cherrry 
Collins Margaret, widow of John, h. Jefferson, n. Warren 
Collins Margaret, widow of James, house 161 Thorndike 
Collins Mary, widow of John, house Jefferson, n. Rideout 
Collins Mary Mrs. boarding, Mansion House, Bridge, cor. 

Collins Michael, laborer, house 18 Gore 
Collins Michael, laborer, house 34 North 
Collins Michael, laborer, house 7 Squire's court 
Collins Michael, glass-worker, house 15 Winter 
Collins Michael G. laborer, house 11 Second 
Collins Patrick, blacksmith, house 34 North 
Collins Patrick, porter, house 140 Pleasant 
Collins Richard, laborer, house 21 Beaver 
Collins Thomas, house rear Vine, near Third 
Collins Thomas, laborer, house 30 Gore 
Collins Timothy, tailor (170 Tremont, B.), house 34 North 
Collins Timothy, glass-maker, house 18 Gore 
Collins Walter H. (Collins & Turner), boards James H. 

Collins', North avenue 
Collins Walter S. student, H. U. rooms 39 Matthews 
Collins Win. M. (Day & Collins), drain and sewer pipe, 

116 Main, house at Boston 
Collins & Turner (Walter H. Collins, and Job A. Turner 

jr.), brick manufacturers, Concord avenue 
Collins & Turner's brickyard boarding house, Walden, 

near Concord avenue 
Colloton John B. cabinet maker, house 234 Broadway 
Collyer, see Collier 

Colman Michael, tailor, house Cambridge, near Rideout 
Colo Jeremiah, laborer, house 196 Green 
Colson Edgar, carpenter, boards 12 Norfolk 
Colson Everett L. teamster, house 9 Squire's court [line 
Colson George H. designer and wood carver, h. 47 Brook- 
Colster Francis, hostler, boards 3 L Union 
Colston Frank, laborer, boards 31 Union 
Colter James, moulder, boards 24 Harvard 
Colter John, laborer, house Warren, near Cambridge 
Colter William, laborer, house 77 Broadway [Winter 

Columbus Albert A. tinsmith, 411 Cambridge, boards- 43 
ColumbusLouis G., h. 43 Winter 
Colyer Thomas, laborer, house 85 Clark 
Comboy Thomas, laborer, house 53 Vine 

GENT'S BOOTS AM» SHOES at C. I>, WILDER'*, 557 Main 
street, Cambridgeport. 


Comee Fred R. student, H. U. boards 10 Trowbridge 
Comee William W. house 10 Trowbridge 
Cornel Nancy, widow of Edward, house 20 Park 
Comer Michael, laborer, house Harvey, near Cedar 
Comey C. H. ins. agt. (173 Wash. B.) h. J> Pleasant 

Comstock Hiram M. soda manufacturer (30 Canal, B.), 

house 24 Warland 
Conanoecea Baptiste, laborer, house 1 Clay 
Conanoecea John, laborer, house 1 Clay 
Conant Benjamin, printer, house 53 Essex 
Conant George W. (Custom House, B.), boards 73 Dana 
Conant George W. S. warehouseman, University Press, 

boards at Boston 
Conant Joseph J. supt. University bindery, h. 14 Shepard 
Conant Levi, boards 330 Harvard 

Concannon James B. porter, house Porter, near Medford 
Concannon Martin Mrs. house 1 Flagg 
Condon Enoch, carpenter, house 28 Eighth 
Condon John P. carpenter, house 22 Lopez 
Condon William, laborer, house Lincoln, near Fremont 
Cone Frank W. clerk (108 Devonshire, B.), h. 16 Front 
Conerton Edward, painter, house Athens, n. Mt. Auburn 
Conerton William J. painter, boards 26 Holyoke 
Coney John, plasterer, boards P. Coney's, Kent 
Coney Patrick, gardener, house Kent, corner Putnam 
Conlan Edward, laborer, house Jefferson, near Warren 
Conlan Edward, laborer, house Distillhouse place 
Conlan John, law student, house 59 Thorndike 
Conlan John, house 183 Windsor 
Conlan John, cooper, 18 Vine, house 14 do. 
Conlan Michael, laborer, house 184 Windsor 
Conlan Michael, baker, house rear 200 Bridge 
Conlan Patrick, in N. E. Glass Works, house 59 Thorndike 
Conlan Patrick, granite cutter, house 57 Harvard 
Conlan Peter, laborer, house 86 Webster avenue 
Conlan Samuel, soap-maker, house 86 Webster avenue 
Conley Bartlett, laborer, house Bell court, near Allston 
Conley Edward, harness maker, house Harvard, n. R. R. 

Conley Edward, stone cutter, house 123 Fourth 
Conley Geo. W. organ manuf. (B.), bds. rear 34 Hancock 
Conley James, grocer, house 39 Charles 
Conley James, grocer, 29 Brewery, house do. 
Conley John, shoemaker, house 93 Harvard 
Conley John W. groceries, 80 Concord avenue, house do. 
Conley William, laborer, house 104 Webster avenue 
Connar Thomas, glass maker, house 25 Third 

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Connaton Dominick, laborer, house 114 Broadway 

Connaton Edward, painter, house 5 Athens 

Connaton Thomas, laborer, boards 114 Broadway 

Connell Allison B. law student, rooms 39 Brattle 

Connell Anthony, painter, h. Hancock, cor. Franklin 

Connell Daniel, dry goods, 219 North ave. house do. 

Connell James, laborer, house Franklin, near Putnam 

Connell Jeremiah, laborer, house 24 North 

Connell John, laborer, house Warren, near Cambridge 

Connell John, laborer, house rear 105 Fourth 

Connell John, laborer, house 245 Franklin 

Connell Mary Mrs. widow, house 94 Kinnard 

Connell Michael, bacon curer, house 147 Franklin 

Connell Patrick, grocer, Franklin, near Bay, house do. 

Connell Richard, laborer, house 240 Franklin 

Connell William, laborer, house 16 Walnut place 

Connell William, laborer, boards 11 Potter 

Connell William, teamster, house 5 Vine 

Connelly Bartholomew, laborer, house 6 Murdock place 

Connelly Bridget, widow, house rear 49 Harvard 

Connelly Edward, harness maker, house rear 49 Harvard 

Connelly Henry J. wheelwright, boards 68 Brighton 

Connelly John, carpenter, boards 2 Baldwin place 

Connelly Maria Mrs. house 8 Holly place 

Connelly Thomas, carpenter, house 2 Baldwin place 

Conner Charles E. machinist, boards 7 Windsor 

Conner Cornelius, laborer, house Dunster. n. the wharf 

Conner William P. machinist, house 7 Windsor 

Conners Michael Mrs. house Spruce, near brickyard 

Conniff John, marble polisher, house 198 Norfolk 

Connolly Michael, carpenter and stair-builder, h. 95 Sixth 

Connor Brian, laborer, house 79 Spruce 

Connor Charles, pressman, bds. A. Macauley's, Rockwell 

Connor John, currier, house 85 Spruce 

Connor John, pedler, house 28 Sparks 

Connor John, clerk (B.), house Fourth, near Winter 

Connor Julia, widow of Patrick, house 81 Brighton 

Connor Justin P. saloon, Cambridge, cor. Tremont, house 

123 Windsor 
Connor Michael, laborer, house 194 Green 
Connor Patrick, laborer, house 65 Spruce 
Connors Daniel, laborer, boards 167 Franklin 
Connors James, gardener, house 435 Cambridge 
Connors Jeremiah, laborer, house 224 Franklin 
Connors John, waiter, house 58 Charles 
Connors John, apprentice, boards A. D. Hurd's, Palmer 
Connors John, lather, house, foot of Forest 
Connors John, laborer, house 196 Green 



Connors John H. liquor dealer (119 Haverhill, B.), house 

142 Cambridge 
Connors Maurice, tailor, house 21 Lopez 
Connors Patrick, laborer, house 65 Elm 
Connors Patrick, laborer, house 124 Webster ave. 
Connors Terrence, teamster, 69 Main, boards 9 Broadway 
Connors Thomas, laborer, house 203 Franklin 
CONNORS THOMAS, grocer, Third, cor. Gore, house 42 

Cambridge [House, Gore 

Connors William, grainer, 203 Bridge, boards Mansion 
Conrad Henry C. law student, rooms 45 Mt. Auburn 
Conrey James, dry pressman, boards Keern Conrey's, Kin- 

Conrey John, printer, house 101 Kinnard 
Conrey Keern, laborer, house 101 Kinnard 
Conrey Maurice, laborer, house West 
Conroy James, electrotyper, h rear Mt. Auburn, n. Willard 
Conroy John, slater, house 56% Charles 
Conroy Michael J. stone-cutter, house Foster, n. Willard 
Conroy Patrick, laborer, house r. Mt. Auburn, n. Willard 
Conroy Thomas, provisions, Eighth, n. Cambridge, h. do. 
Converse Benjamin, house 25 Williams 
Converse Betsey Mrs. boards 403 Broadway 
Converse Charles H. clerk (B), boards 403 Broadway 
Converse Joseph H. treasurer (39 State, room 12, B.), h. 

403 Broadway 
Conway Catherine, widow of Martin, house 192 Bridge 
Conway Hiram, laborer, boards 6 Gray place 
CONWAY JAMES, tailor, Palmer, n. Brattle, boards W. 

H. Evans', Green, n. Putnam 
Conway Richard, mason and grocer, 7 Crane, house do. 
Conway Thomas, bricklayer, house 112 Broadway 
Coogan James, horse trader, house 9 Crane 
Coogan James, laborer, house 18 School 
Cook Chas. D. drug clerk, boards 7 Sydney 
Cook Ella F. widow of John F. boards 10 Coggswell ave. 
Cook Ephraim, painter, house 59 Gore 
Cook Henry, varnisher, house rear 19 Vine 
Cook James, lather, house 380 Cambridge 
Cook James C. carpenter, house 104 Main 
Cook John E. cabinet maker, house 8 Moore 
Cook John J. cabinet maker, bds. 389 Main 
Cook John T. teamster, house 136 Columbia 
Cook Joseph C. oil finisher, 160 Broadway, h. at Boston 
COOK JOSIAH W. president Cambridge Mutual Fire 

Insurance Co. 555 Main, house 762 do. 
Cook Lois, varnisher, house Sixth, cor. Vine 
Cook Marvin S. travelling salesman, house 25 State 

J. S. SAWYER, GRAVEL ROOFING, No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 
Main street, Camforidgeport. 


Cook Micah W. policeman, bouse 19 Shepard 

Cook Michael, brass finisher, bouse 20 Washington 

Cook Nathaniel, joiner, bds. 9 Squire's court 

Cook William P. cabinet maker, boards 13 Clark 

Cooke Fannie A. Miss, teacher, Boardman primary school, 

boards 81 Auburn 
Cooke Fannie E. Miss, teacher, Willard primary school, 

boards 21 Western avenue 
Cooke John B. cattle broker, house Davenport, cor. Elm 
Cooke Josiah P. jr. Irving professor of Chemistry and Min- 
eralogy, H. U. house 25 Quincy 
Cooke Thomas D. policeman, house 10 Allen 
Coolbroth Edward N. carpenter, house 39 Cowperthwait 
Coole} r Albert L. furniture dealer (40 Lancaster, B.), house 

91 Magazine 
Cooley George, carpenter, h. 1 Shepherd's block, 9 Charles 

Cooley Levi, lobster dealer (B.), house Union, n. Lincoln 
Cooley Levi jr. china decorator, house Union, n. Lincoln 
Coolidge Austin J. attorney (13 Pemberton sq. B.), house 

758 Main „ 
Coolidge Charles, printer, Riverside, house 56 Auburn 
Coolidge Flavel, house 48 Trowbridge [Allston 

Coolidge Frank J. clerk (110 Sudbury, B.), boards 111 
Coolidge George II. machinist, boards 2 Columbia 
Coolidge John, carpenter, house 14 Myrtle place 
Coolidge Joseph G. farmer, house Coolidge ave. near Mt. 

Coolidge Mary A. Miss, boards 894 Main 
Coolidge Nancy, widow of Flavel, house 507 Main 
Coolidge Susan B. widow of Henry W. house 33 Pleasant 
Coombes Samuel A. tin plate worker, house Russell, near 

North ave. 
Coombs Albert, carpenter, house 408 Cambridge 
Coombs C. Everett, clerk (9 Winter, B.), boards 9 Gerry 
Coombs Edward S. printer, h. Madison, n. Concord ave. 
Coombs George A. stereotyper, boards 10 Madison 
Cooney Edward J. cabinet maker, boards 15 Irving place 
Cooney John, stone cutter, house 34 Charles 
Cooney Michael, laborer, boards Lambert, n. Cambridge 
Cooper Almond F. general agent Boston Car Wheel Co. 

21 Hampshire, house 74 Ellery 
Cooper Charles (Charles Cooper & Son), soap manufactu- 
rer, house 87 River 
Cooper Charles A. (Charles Cooper & Son), bds. 87 River 
Cooper Charles & Son (Charles and Charles A. Cooper), 

soap manufacturers, rear 87 River 
Cooper David, compositor (B.), boards 26 East Perry 

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street, Cambridgeport. 


Cooper Edgar F. soap maker, house 100 River 
Cooper Hannah, widow of James, house 36 Windsor 
Cooper James, carpenter, house Jefferson, cor. Warren 
Cooper Jane, widow of John, house Kinnard, n. Putnam 
Cooper John, blacksmith, Ivers', North avenue, house 28 
Coggswell ave. [house rear 144 Thorndike 

Cooper John, market man (Fulton, cor. Commercial, B.), 
Cooper John J. printer, house 11 East Perry 
Cooper Joseph, cigar maker, house Lopez, near Brookline 
Cooper William, boiler maker, Kendall & Roberts', h. 29 
Harvard [River, house 100 do. 

Cooper Wm. (Wm. Cooper & Son), soap manufacturer, 
Cooper Wm. F. organ tuner, house 349 Broadway 
Cooper Wm. H. (Wm. Cooper & Son), soap manufactu- 
rer, River, near Fremont, house 5 Howard 
Cooper Wm. W. coast survey, house 13 Norton 
Cooper Wm. & Son (Wm. Cooper and Wm. H. Cooper), 

soap manufacturers, River, cor. Fremont 
Copeland Frederick H. student, H. U. bis 25 Sacramento 
Copeland Geo. H policeman, house 12 Windsor 
Copeland Henry F. confectioner, house 125 Spring 
Copeland Milton J. provisions (B.), house 79 Clark 
Copeland Seth, confectioner, house 125 Spring 
Copeland Warren T. teacher (Water town), house 12 Bath 
Copithorne John, car builder, B. L & N. R. R. shop, h. 

at Boston 
Copithorne John, boards 171 Norfolk 
Copithorne Matthew Mrs. house 171 Norfolk 
Copithorne Richard M. bookseller, boards 171 Norfolk 
Copithorne Wm. bookbinder, house 113 Elm 
Copp Margaret Mrs. widow Geo. W. house 32 Pearl 
Coppenrath Jacobus H. cabinet maker, house 24 Eighth 
Copplestone Richard, house Garden, near Donnell 
Corbellis James, coachman, house 84 Third 
Corbett Daniel, cooper, house 12 Squire's court 
Corbett Fulton, milkman, boards 59 Walnut 
Corbett John, carpenter, house 333 Main [181 Bridge 

Corbett Michael, night watchman, B. & L. R. R. house 
Corbett Michael, painter, house 122 Elm 
Corcoran Daniel, laborer, house Bay, cor. Green 
Corcoran Daniel, laborer, house Hackett's yard 
Corcoran Dennis, policeman, house 150 Spring 
Corcoran Frank, stereotype finisher, boards 1 Foster 
Corcoran James, boards 18 Harrison court 
Corcoran James E. instructor, States Prison .(Charles- 
town), boards 69 Charles 
Corcoran Jeremiah, baker, house Franklin, near Putnam 
Corcoran John, printer, house 30 East Perry 

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bridge streets, East Cambridge. Boston office 14 State street. 
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Corcoran John, blacksmith, house 19 South 

Corcoran John, laborer, boards 69 Charles 

Corcoran John H. clerk, 609 Main, boards 31 East Perry 

Corcoran Margaret, widow of Dennis, house 20 Lambert 

Corcoran Michael, pressman, house 18 Harrison court 

Corcoran Patrick, assistant janitor, Court House, house 

122 Court 
Corcoran Patrick, laborer, h. Montgomery, near Spruce 
Corcoran Richard, house 1 Foster 
Corcoran Teague, shoemaker, house 238 Franklin 
Corcoran Thomas C. clerk, house 69 Charles 
Corcoran Thomas J. bar tender, boards 69 Charles 
Corcoran Timothy, mason, house Foster, n. Irving place 
Corcoran Timothy, laborer, house Green, near Bay 
Corcoran Timothy, shoemaker, house 228 Franklin 
Corey Amelia, widow of Aaron, house North avenue, near 

Porter's station 
Corey Frederick A. house 83 Auburn 
Corey Elijah J. cooper, bds. 53 Fourth 
Corkery Dennis, laborer, house Lambert, near Cambridge 
Corkery Dennis., laborer, h. 19 Washington court 
Corkery Matthew, laborer, house 15 Washington ourt 
Corkery Matthew, laborer, house Montgomery, n. Spruce 
Corkery Michael, laborer, house Lambert, near Cambridge 
Corkery Michael, laborer, house 134 Webster ave. 
Corkery Michael, laborer, house Lambert, near Cambridge 
Cor lies Thomas, student, H. U. rooms 44 Holyoke House 
Corliss John, teamster, honse Norfolk, near Cambridge 
Corliss John S. printer, house 16 Holyoke 
Corlisson August, carriage maker, house 53 Elm 
Cornelius Lydia F. widow ol Elias, house 307 Broadway 
Cornell David Mrs. boards 90 Windsor 
Cornell John, laborer, h. 41 Banks 

Correr Joseph, laborer, house 108 Spruce [h. 16 Winter 
Corrigan James, foreman, B. L. &N. R. R., Engine House, 
Cosgrove Andrew, laborer, house 53 Charles 
Cosgrove James, stone cutter, house 39 Charles 
Cosgrove Thomas, laborer, house 20 Donnell 
Cossette Flavian, laborer, house 108 Spruce 
Costeller Mary, widow of Edward, h. Wyeth, c. Tuttle 
Costello Edward, laborer, house 178 Franklin 
Costello -John, soap maker, boards 65 Elm [Franklin 

Costello Mary, widow of Michael, house Hancock, near 
Costello Michael, engineer, house 117 Gore 
Costello Nancy Mrs. widow, house 13 Hancock 
Cote Eustache, currier, boards North ave. near Tannery 
Cothran Woodard, teamster, house rear 141 Columbia 
Cottar John, laborer, house 35 Baldwin 

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Cottar Patrick F. painter, boards 35 Baldwin 
Cottar Richard, tinsmith, boards 35 Baldwin 
Cotter Edward J. pressman, house 130 Brookline 
Cotter Ellen, wid of Thomas, house 29 Cowperthwait 
Cotter Lawrence, laborer, house rear 34 Brighton 
Cotter Morris, switch-tender, L. R. R. h. East, n. L. R. R. 
Cotting Edward P. clerk (P. O., B.), house 93 Norfolk 
Cotton H. Norman, stationery (65 Devonshire, B.), house 

23 Clinton 
Cotton J. Frank, cigar pedler, 554 Main, h. at Somerville 
Cotton J. Warren, clerk of committees, City Hall, house 

52 Magazine 
Cotton Susan G. widow of Solomon, house 27 Shepard- 
Cottrell Simon G. (William H. Weston & Co.), apothecary, 

152 Harvard, house 84 Moore [84 Auburn 

Couch John (Denyven & Couch), furniture manuf. house 
Couch John R. pedler, boards 84 Auburn 
Couchlin David, laborer, house 7 Murdock 
Coughlin Bridget, widow of John, house 2 Cowperthwait 
Coughlin Daniel, glass maker, house 137 Elm 
Coughlin John, laborer, house rear Bridge, near Short 
Coughlin Timothy, laborer, house 181 Bridge 
Coughlin Timothy, laborer, house 2 Hastings [Short 

Coughlin Timothy, varnisher, 203 Bridge, bds. Bridge, n. 
Coughlin William, carver, house 16 Webster avenue 
Coughlin William G. carver, house 59 Hampshire 
Courtney Benj. clerk, 606 Main, house 22 Essex 
Courtney Benj. grain-dealer, house Inman, near Harvard 
Courtney Charles, blacksmith, boards 186 Bridge 
Courtney David, hostler, boards Mrs. Gardnam's, Elm 
Courtney Friend S. house 39 Inman 
Courtney John, laborer, house 56 North 
Courtney Michael, laborer, house 431 Cambridge 
Courtney Thomas, laborer, house 186 Bridge 
Courtney Wm. J. brush-maker, house 146 Cambridge 
Cousens Catherine H. Miss, confectionery, 78 Norfolk, 

boards 11 Gardner 
Cousens William, clerk (B.), boards 339 Broadway 
Coveney Jeremiah W., U. S. store-keeper (Grand Junction 

wharves, B.), and real-estate agent, 97 Cambridge, 

boards Mrs. Coveney's, Short, near Bridge [Third 
Coveney John, switchman, L. R. R. h. 2 Linnehan's block, 
Coveney John W. undertaker (67 Leverett, B.), h. 39 Gore 
Coveney Margaret Mrs. house 3 Short 
Coveny Jeremiah J. saloon (Boston), house 68 Spring 
Coveny Daniel F. machinist, boards 68 Spring 
Coveny John, laborer, house 68 Spring 
Covey Elijah, carpenter, boards 53 Fourth 

No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 Main street, Cambridgeport. 


Cowan Bernard, building mover, house 63 Clark 

Cowan J. A. printer, boards 26 Holyoke 

Cowan Thomas (James Mellen & Co.), building mover, 

Moore, cor. Hastings, house 20 Market 
Cowan Thomas, mason, house 36 Hastings 
Cowdin Levi F. drypressman, house 28 Mt Auburn 
Cowen Dennis, ropemaker, house Montgomery, n. Spruce 
Cox Agnes M. Miss, teacher (Somerville), boards 122 

Cox Chas. P. pattern maker (Charlestown), h. 14 Pleasant 

Cox Francis A. conductor, boards 102 Green 
Cox Frank, laborer, house rear Lambert, near Cambridge 
Cox Geo. printer, house 155 Windsor 
Cox Henry S. printer (213 Washington, B.), h. 102 Green 
COX JAMES, publisher of Cambridge Press, 531£ Main, 

house 99 Hampshire 
Cox James, cashier (B ), house 76 Inman 
Cox Jas. H. printer, house 198 Hampshire 
Cox John, plasterer, house 81 Elm 
Cox John, teamster, house Id Foster 
Cox Lavina C. Mrs. milliner, 116 Cambridge, house do. 
COX LEONARD, proprietor Cambridge laundry, Soden, 

h. 102 Green 
Cox Owen, laborer, house rear 23 Crane 
Cox Roger, laborer, house 19 Foster 
Cox Samuel, glass maker, boards 53 Fourth 
Cox Thomas, laborer, house 234 Bridge 
Cjx Thos. H. carpenter, house 140 Columbia 
Cox Thomas R. compositor, boards 99 Hampshire 
Cox Walter H. printer (B.), house 102 Green 
Cox Wm. laborer, house 112 Hampshire 
Cox Wm. F. printer, boards 99 Hampshire 
Coy Chas. machinist, house 41 Seventh [155J Cambridge 
Coy Frederick W. pattern maker (73 Haverhill, B.), house 
Coy Geo H. engineer, F. R. R. house Seventh, near Otis 
Coy Horace S. express (98 Merrimack, B), h. Thorndike, 

corner Eighth 
Coy Richard, laborer, house 1 Eighth 
Coye William J. furrier (130 Milk, B.), h. 30 Wendell 
Coyle James, boiler maker, house rear 125 Court 
Coyle James, teamster, house Jefferson 
Coyle Terrence, laborer, house Bolton, near Blair place 
Coyne John, laborer, house East Perry court 
Crabbie Miller, house 9 Elm 

Craft Wm. B. com mer. (37 Commercial, B.), h. 5 Bigelow 
Crafts Arthur,- laborer, house rear 140 Pleasant 
Crafts Chas. H. clerk, house 79 Pleasant 

street, Cambridgeport. 


Crafts Ellen I. Miss, teacher, Webster Grammar School, 
house Broadway, corner Columbia [line 

Crafts Geo. W. book-binder (124 State, B.), h. 29 Brook- 
Cragin John, waiter, house Jefferson, near Warren 
Cragin Samuel, bar-keeper (Webster House, B.), house 185 

Craig Isaac, plasterer, house 22 Hastings 
Craig James, cabinetmaker, boards 119 Pearl 
Craig John W. student, H. U. rooms 28 Weld 
Craig Robert, bookbinder, house 19 Walnut court 
Cram Angeline L. Mrs. boys' clothing, rear B. H. Richard- 
son's, Harvard sq., house ditto. 
Cram Chas. E. book-keeper, boards 83 Prospect 
Cram Chas. N. pianoforte action maker, bds. 44 Cottage 
Cram Geo. B. harness maker, 8 Cambridge, bds. at Boston 
Cram Geo. W. surveyor of lumber, house 83 Prospect 
Cram Harry S. student, H. U. rooms 8 Little's block 
Crandall Mary D. widow of Robert B. house 21 Wallace 
Crane Henry, moulder, house Hunting, near Cambridge 
Crane John, polisher, boards H. Crane's, Hunting 
Crane Luther, paper dealer (9 Fulton, B.), h. 757 Main 
Cranton John, carpenter, boards 18 Putnam 
Cranton Thomas, carpenter, boards 18 Putnam 
Cranville Edward, teamster, house 158 Cambridge 
Craven John, painter, boards 127 Prospect 
Crawford Chas. laborer, house 9 Murdock place 
Crawford George R. clerk (B.), house 195 Hampshire 
Crawford James, plumber, boards 97 Austin 
Crawford John (Levi Hawkes & Co.), plumber, 599 J Main, 

house 96 Allston 
Crawford Mary A. widow of George R. house 4 Story 
Crawford Robert plumber, boards 97 Austin 
Crawley George E. provisions, 531 Main, bds. 31 Austin 
Creed Joseph, brass-finisher (Somerville), h. 132 Spring 
Creelman Andrew B. carpenter, house 32 Spring 
Creelman /William, bookbinder, house 14 Harrison ave. 
Creighton Frank, carpenter, boards 157 Prospect 
Crepeau Frank, cabinet-maker, h. Murdock, n. Hampshire 
Crimp William, carpenter, boards 53 Fourth 
Cristy Caroline L. widow of Wm. C. house 36 Lee 
Croak Michael, stone-cutter, house Charles, near Sixth 
Crocker Catherine Miss, house 8 Appian Way 
Crocker Charles, sawyer at Mason & Hamlin's, house 
Bristol, near Hampshire [104 Inman 

Crocker George W. proof-reader, University Press, house 
Crocker Henry H. student, H. U. rooms 19 Hoi worthy 
Crocker James H. messenger, First Nat. Bank of Cam- 
bridge, Main, cor. Prospect, boards at Boston 

ROBERT BACON A CO., Office 440 Main street, Cambridgeport. 
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Crocker John C. machinist, house 61 Pearl 

Crocker John W. stucco worker, Main, cor. Haymarket 

square, house 2£ Williams 
Crocker Nehemiah D. mechanic, h. Waverl* y, n. Walnut 
Crockett Edward, conductor, boards 55 Mt. Auburn 
Crockett George W. carpenter, house 131 Brookline 
Crockett John F. foreman L. R. R. repair-shop, house do. 
Cromarty Charles J. clerk, Mt. Auburn Cemetery, bds. at 

Cronan Cornelius, laborer, 53 North 
Cronan Daniel, laborer, house 60 North 
Cronan David, grocer, 49 Washington, house do. 
Cronan David, laborer, house 102 Tremont 
Cronan John, currier, house 3 Baldwin court 
Cronan John, machinist, house Reed's alley 
Cronan John M. building mover, house 15 School 
Cronan Mary A. widow of Michael, h. 99 Western ave. 
Cronan Michael, in Boston rolling mill, Portland 
Cronan Patrick,, laborer, house 30 North 
Cronan Timothy, carpenter, h. Murdock, cor. Hampshire 
Cronan Timothy, laborer, house 11 Lambert, near Gore 
Cronan Timothy,' laborer, boards 22 North 
Cronan Timothy, stonecutter, boards 15 Sparks 
Cronan Timothy A. furniture finisher (B.), house rear 

Winter, near Third 
Cronan Timothy F. painter, 660 Main, house 23 West 
Cronin Jeremiah J. cigar-maker, house 65 Pearl 
Crook Geo. F. compositor, house 6 South 
Cropley Solomon F. collector, boards 61 Third 
Crosby George, glass maker, boards 53 Fourth 
Cro-by George E. organ stop manuf. h. 50 Pine 
Crosby Frederick, produce (Quincy market, B.), house 

128 Oxford 
Crosby John, laborer, house Franklin, cor. Bay 
Ciosby Joseph, baker, house 48 Auburn 
Crosby Sylvester S. watchmaker (240 Washington, B.), 

house 21 Sacramento 
Crosby Thomas, laborer, house 10 Flagg 
Crosby William, wines and liquors (116 Water ,B.) , house 

35 Bowdoin 
Cross Albert W. express driver, boards 4 Baldwin place 
Cross Benjamin, fireman, L R. R. boards 24 East 
Cross Daniel, gardener, house Pine, corner School 
Cross Franklin, machinist, house Baldwin court 
Cross James, blacksmith, boards 25 Fourth 
Cross Joseph, cabinet maker, house 63 Pleasant 
Cross Mary A. widow of William, house 4 Baldwin pi. 
Cross Roltert J. bookbinder, boards 4 Pine 

Harvard. Square. 


Cross Solomon T. laborer, house 163 Columbia 
Cross Solomon T. butcher, house 4 Dinsmore place 
Cross William C. express driver, boards 4 Baldwin place 
Crossley Alvah G. machinist, B. & L. R. R. shop, house 

at Somerville 
Crossman Albert P. action maker, house 28 Jay 
Crossman Edward L. machinist, house 28 Jay 
Crossman Nancy, widow of Lloyd, house 28 Jay 
Croswell Andrew Rev. house 19 Ash, cor. Mt. Auburn 
Croswell Arthur, carpenter, h. Jefferson, near Warren 
Croswell James G. student, H. U. boards 19 Ash [31 Lee 
Croswell Samuel P. fancy-goods (23 Chauncy, B.), house 
Croswell Simon G. student, H. U. rooms 19 Ash 
Crothers Charles T. tinworker, boards Vine, near Sixth 
Crothers George E. pedler, boards 87 Vine 
Crothers William J. tin-pedler, house 87 Vine 
Crow Louis, pedler, house 41 Vine 
Crowd Polly, widow, house 49 Hamshire 
Crowe Charles, shoemaker, boards 2 Harrison 
Crowe John J. carpenter, boards 24 Dunster 
Crowe John W. shoemaker, boards 2 Harrison 
Crowe Samuel C. boot manuf. 361 Main, bds. 2 Harrison 
Crowell Albert, apothecary clerk, boards 3 Norfolk 
Crowcll Aris J. widow of Amaziah, h. Cambridge, near 

Prospect [Prospect 

Crowell David A. salesman, house Cambridge, near 
Crowell Henry E. student, H. U. rooms 6 Thayer 
Crowell John W. coal and wood (Somerville), h. 3 Tenney 
Crowell Thomas H. foreman Cambridge Gas Co. house 15 

Everett place 
Crowell Thomas H. jr. machinist, bds 15 Everett place 
Crowell Timothy, lumber dealer (144 State, B.), house 34 

Crowley Cornelius, gate-tender, house rear 194 Bridge 
Crowley Daniel, laborer, house 15 Murdock 
Crowley David, laborer, house 16 East 
Crowley David, teamster, house 49 Clark 
Crowley David, laborer, house 60 North 
Crowley Denis J. printer, house 2 South 
Crowley Dennis, laborer, house North, near East 
Crowley Jeremiah, shoemaker, house 233 Franklin 
Crowley Jeremiah, laborer, house McCabe, n. Cambridge 
Crowley Jeremiah, laborer, house Jackson, near Spruce 
Crowley John, laborer, house 44 North 
Crowley John, laborer, house Vine, near Sixth 
Crowley John H. rubber, house rear 140 Gore 
Crowley Kearan F. bookbinder, Riverside, bds. Holyoke, 

corner South 

J. S. SAWYER, GRAVEL ROOFING, No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 
Main Street, Cambridgeport. 


Crowley Martin, teamster, house 22 Donnell 

Crowley Mar}', widow, house Short, near Lowell R. R. 

Crowley Michael, mat maker, bds. Brookline, c. Valentine 

Crowley Michael, laborer, boards 6 Somerset 

Crowley Patrick, glassmaker, h. Hunting, n. Cambridge 

Crowley Patrick, tinsmith, boards 192 Norfolk 

Crowley William A. printer, house 2 South, cor. Holyoke 

Crump Wm. H. painter, boards 220 Harvard 

Cuddy John, glass-cutter, house 157 Columbia 

Cuddy John jr. glass-cutter, h. Windsor, near Lincoln 

Culbreth Richard S. student, H. U. rooms 24 Divinity 

Culhan Edward, carpenter, house Blanche, near Front 

Culhane Daniel, laborer, house 9 Willard place 

Culhane James, laborer, house 4 Flagg 

Culhane John, clerk, boards Bay, corner Franklin 

Culhane Michael, laborer, house 15 Flagg 

Culhane Michael, laborer, house Bay, near Franklin 

Culhane Patrick, fireman, gas works, house 48 Foster 

Culhane Patrick jr. marble-cutter, boards 48 Foster 

Culhane Thomas, tailor, house Franklin, near Bay 

Culhane Thomas, teamster, house 84 Fifth 

Culin Everett V. "spinner, boards 494 Main 

Culin Henry V. spinner, boards 494 Main 

Culin Matthew V. overseer, house 494 Main 

Cullanane Daniel, laborer, house rear 65 Spruce 

Cullen Bridget, widow of Patrick, house 309 Cambridge 

Cullerton Frank, laborer, house Willow pi. n. Cambridge 

Cullerton James, laborer, house Willow place 

Cummerford Mary A. Miss, nurse, boards 37 Brattle sq. 

Cummings Charles H. flour-dealer (44 Commercial, B.), 

house 714 Main 
Cummings Charles P. printer, house 154 Green 
Cummings Daniel P. (Chaffee & Cummings), charcoal, 

lime etc., Bridge, junction Cambridge, house 72 Otis 
Cummings Franklin, commission merchant (B.), house 10 

Prince [Franklin 

Cummings Geo. B book-keeper (6 Water, B.), house 19 
Cummings George B. printer, house 19 Franklin 
Cummings George M. student, H. U. rooms 54 Matthews 
Cummings Henry, engineer, house 101 Walnut 
Cummings James P. fireman, boards 33 Wheatland block 
Cummings John, laborer, house rear 22 Crane 
Cummings John F. book-keeper, boards 10 Prince 
Cummings Nathaniel (Cummings, Kenney & Co.), lumber, 

Bridge, house at Boston 
Cummings Patrick, servant, 11 Fayerweather, boards do. 
Cummings Prentice, lawyer (32 Congress, B.) house 16 


street, Camljridgeport. 


CUMM1NGS, KENNEY & CO. (Nathaniel Cum- 

rnirigs, John Kenney, and Robert W. McNincb), 

hardwood lumber, Bridge, opp. Prison Point bridge 
Cummings Thomas J. Rev. house Norfolk, near the church 
Cummings Thomas, marble cutter, house 44 Bolton 
Cummiskey Michael, boots and shoes (Chardon, corner 

Merrimack, B.), house 178 Cambridge [Pleasant 

Cunio Anthony, restaurant (19 School, B.), house 16 
Cunnabel William, printer, boards 46 Holyoke 
Cunningham Alfred J. pork dealer (39 North, B.), house 

101 Washington 
Cunningham Anna L. Mrs. (A. L. Cunningham & Co.), 

hair worker and dealer, house 101 Washingtom 
Cunningham A. L. & Co. (Anna L. Cunningham), ladies 

hair dealers and workers, 647 Main, near Temple 
Cunningham Barney, horse shoer, J. W. Gerry, house at 

Cunningham Charles, engineer, house 57 Charles 
Cunningham Daniel, laborer, house 159 Windsor 
Cunningham Ellen, widow of James, house 145 Franklin 

Cunningham Frederic, student, H. U. rooms 30 Holyoke 
Cunningham George, compositor, University Press, house 

at Somerville 
Cunningham Hannah Mrs. house 16 Vine 
Cunningham James (Sime & Cunningham), grocer, 122 

Columbia, house 17 Austin 
Cunningham James, wood-turner, house 17 Austin 
Cunninghan John, laborer, house 32 Harvard 
Cunningham Joseph, engineer, house 22 Brooks place 
Cunningham Mary, widow of William, house 10 Hancock 
Cunningham Patrick, laborer, house Sparks, corner Sparks 

street place 
Cunningham Patrick, laborer, house 16 Vine 
Cunningham Philip, laborer, house 53 Vine 
Cunningham Richard, glass maker, house 199 Norfolk 
Cunningham Robert, sawyer, house 53 Clark 
Cunningham Thomas, granite worker, A. McDonald, 

house at Brighton 
Curley John, laborer, house Tuttle, near Wyeth 
Curley John, printer, house 171 Franklin 
Curran Dennis, mason, house 35 Vine 
Curran James H. clerk, 21 Brattle square, boards 11 Eliot 
Curran Jeremiah F. boot and shoe dealer, 177 Cambridge, 

house do. [Mt. Auburn 

Curran John, laborer, house in McDonald's granite yard, 
Curran John, roller, house 8 Lincoln 
Curran John F. pressman, house 1 Nichols place 

GEO. B. JAMES &, CO., Lumber, Wharves, junction Bridge and 

Cambridge streets, East Cambridge. Boston office 14 State street. 

Laths, Shingles, Clapboards and Pickets. 


Cutter Peter, hats, etc. (3 Dock sq. B.), house 50 River 
Cutter Susan, widow of Asa, house 166 North avenue 
Cutter Watson G. real estate (5 Fremout, B.), house Lin- 

nsean, opposite Avon 
Cutter William E. chemist, boards 55 Hancock 
Cutter William H. clerk, boards 22 Cherry 
Cutter Zachar}', carpenter, bds. David Haines',Mt. Auburn 
Cutting Andrew, clerk (48 State, B.), house 23 Warland 
Cutting Caleb, box-maker, boards 90 Windsor 
Cutting Charles, cabinet maker, boards 23 Harrison 
Cutting George M. box-maker, boards 90 Windsor 
Cutting Gilbert, piano tuner, house 23 Warland 
Cutting Gilbert E. piano tuner(379Wash.B.),h. 23Warland 
Cutting Henry, moulder, house 23 Harrison 
Cutting William M. cabinet maker (B.),bds. 127 Harvard 
Cyr Edward, brick-maker, house Vassal lane, near Fresh 

Czaehrowsky Paul, cabinet-maker, boards 113 Gore 

DACIE WM. laborer, William Wyman's, house 4 Gore 

Dacy John, cabinet-maker, h. Hampshire, cor. Webster av. 

Dacy P. J. salesman (Tremont row, B.), bds. 31 Seventh 

Dacey Mrs. widow, house 52 North [Cambridge 

Dady Mary, widow of Patrick, house Willow place, near 

Daggett Freeman L. musician, house 51 Essex 

Dahey John, laborer, house 17 J Third 

Dahn Andrew, butcher, Muller's tannery, house do. 

Dai ley Charles W. clerk, 43 Cambridge, h. at Somerville 

Dailey GJarence E. (G. E. & C. E. Dai ley), livery stable, 

282 Broadway, boards 77 Thorndike 
Dailey Patrick, laborer, housa 79 Spruce 
Dailey William, hack,boarding and livery stable, 43 Cam- 
bridge, opp Beal & Hooper's, house 58 Sixth 
Daily Charles, teamster, boards 89 Tremont 
Daily Chas. B. cigar manufacturer,539 Main, h. 6 Webster 
Daily Cornelius, gardener, house 21 Hancock 
Daii} 7 Frank E. expressman, boards 6 Webster 
Daily Geo. E. (G. E. & C. E. Daily), livery stable, 282 
Broadway, h. 284 do. [livery stable, 282 Broadway 
Daily G. E. & C. E. (George E. & Clarence E. Daily), 
Daily James, oil hat maker, house 118 Spring 
Daily James S. bookbinder, Riverside, house 6 Daye ave. 
Daily John, laborer, house 65 Spruce [way 

Daily Michael, shoemaker, h. r. J. Kendall's school, Appian 
Daily Michael, laborer, house Charles, east of Court 
Daily Owen, laborer, house 27 Charles 
Daily Sumner N. cigar maker, boards 6 Webster 
Daily Uriah J. house 77 Thorndike 

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street, Cambridgeport. 

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Carpenter, JP^o^ stone co. Machinist, 


Should have a UNION STONE, mounted in the Patent 

The UNION Stone* are made in various degrees of fineness and hardness, 
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Dakens William A. boot maker, 36 Fifth, h. Cambridge, 

cor. Seventh 
Dakin Arthur, armorer (Boylston Hall, B.), h. 134 Harvard 
Daland Tucker, student, H. U. rooms 48 Thayer 
Dale Geo. H. last maker, house 103 Columbia 
Dale George, glass maker, house QQ Gore 
Dale Lorenzo H. driver hose No. 3, house 6 Winter 
Dale Thos. J. fish market, 124 Cambridge, bds. 59 Winter 
Dale Wm. W. silver-plater (24 Sudbury, B.), bds. 66 Gore 
Daley Dennis, carpenter, boards 287 Cambridge 
Daley Dennis, laborer, house 358 Broadway 
Daley John, binder, house 261 Franklin 
Daley John, laborer, house Franklin, near Putnam 
Daley John, laborer, house 59 Pearl 
Daley John J. marble cutter, house 145 Main 
Dalgarno George C. granite cutter, A. McDonald, boards 

William Clark's, Mt. Auburn 
Dallinger Charles, hatter (B.), house 97 Western avenue 
Dallinger Caroline Miss, house 750 Main [bds. 750 Main 
Dallinger Elizabeth E. teacher, Bridge Primary school, 
Dallinger Emily C. Miss, teacher, boards 97 Western ave. 
Dallinger Jane Miss, teacher, Webster Grammar school, 

bds. Main, corner Hancock 
Dallinger Samuel, school teacher, boards 97 Western ave. 
Dallinger Wm. variety, 155 Harvard, house 93 Windsor 
Dallinger William W. clerk, house 29 Lee 
Dalliom Benjamin, plasterer, boards 17 Crane 
Dalton Abbie W. widow of John R. boarding Banks, cor. 

Crane, house do. 
Dalton Christopher, laborer, house 12 Third [court 

Dalton James, carpenter,J. P. Squire & Co.'s,h. 17 Squire's 
Dalton James, soap maker, house 70 Pearl 
Dalton John, house 21 Hamilton 
Dalton John C. slater, boards 11 Temple 
Dalton John E. polisher, 64 Fifth, house 11 Fifth 
Dalton Mary A. widow of Richard, house 13 Mt. Auburn 
Dalton Michael, laborer, house 56 Elm 
Dalton Susan, widow of James, house 32 Magazine 
Daly Daniel W. stereotype finisher, boards 21 Hancock 
Daly James, laborer, boards 9 Hancock 
Daly James, oiled clothing maker, house 118 Spring 
Daly John J. stone cutter, house 142 Main 
Daly Michael, laborer, bds. 9 Hancock [bds. 13 Dewolf 
Daly Philip (Wilkinson & Dalv), grocer, 426 Harvard, 
Daly William R. salesman (202 Wash. B.), h. 118 Spring 
Dame Jacob, furniture finisher, F. Geldowsky, boards at 

Boston [Holyoke 

Damon Edward O. student, Scientific school, rooms 26 

ROBERT BACON «fc CO. 45 West street, Boston. Black Neck- 
Wear in all Styles. 


Damon Geo. L. superintendent (Steam Safe Co. 51 Sud- 
bury, B.), house 18 Avon 
Damon He my H. teamster, boards over 415 Cambridge 
Damon Warren, carpenter, house 108 Norfolk 
Dana Charles G-. clerk (Mercantile Savings Inst. Washing- 
ton, B.), boards 697 Main 
Dana Daniel, laborer, house 63 Hampshire 
Dana Francis Mrs. house 47 Brattle 

Dana Hill Club Stable, Main, c. Inman, W. Christie, supt. 
Dana James, mason, house 337 Cambridge 
Dana James, student H. U. rooms 25 Matthews 
Dana James F. Mrs. bds. Charles W. Sever's, Frisbie pi. 
Dana John B. at Charles River National Bank, house 3 

Dana Library, Masonic Hall building, Main, near Temple 
Dana Paul, student, H. U. rooms 13 Holworthy 
Dana Richard H. jr. student, H. U. rooms 13 Holworthy 
Dana Thomas, grocer (9 and 11 Commercial, B.), house 

Cambridge, cor. Maple avenue 
Danahy John, laborer, house Pearl, cor. Perry 
Danalry Timothy, tailor, house 15 Sargent 
Dandrich James, laborer, bds. 116 Columbia 
Danforth Andrew J. teamster, house 26 East 
Danforth B. Otis, painter, house 9 Everett place 
DANFORTH CHARLES H. photographer, 27 Hayrnar- 

ket sq. boards 97 Austin 
Danforth Qtus, dry goods dealer, house 9 Linden 
Danforth Daniel W. clerk (Somerville), bds. 149 Cam- 
Danforth Edward H. teamster, boards 92 Prospect 
Danforth George O. painter, 17 Brattle sq. h 11 Everett pi. 
Danforth Hollis, furniture express, house 92 Prospect 
Danforth Isaac W. hardware (48 India-, B.), h. 25 Craigie 
Danforth Jacob, porter, Universtty bindery, h. at Brighton 
Danforth James L. painter, boards 11 Everett place 
Danforth Otis, house 9 Linden 

Danforth Susan E. Miss, dressmaker, bds. 11 Everett pi. 
Danforth Washington, teamster, house 24 Cowperthwait 
Daniel Joseph, car-builder, B. & L. R. R. h. at Somerville 
Daniels Arthur W. plumber, boards 5 Daniels court 
Daniels Daniel M. cigar maker, house Lopez, n. Brookline 
Daniels Eliza C. dressmaker, bds. 11 Jay 
Daniels Leonard L. carpenter, house 5 Daniels' court 
Danielsen Mary, widow of Alfred, h. 4 Symonds block, 

De Wolf 
Danielson Gustaf, carriage maker (245 Charles, B), house 

132 Washington 
Darby Maria, widow of Thomas, house r. 37 Bridge 

J. FORD & SON, Harvard Square, print cards, and all other 
kinds of printing. 


Darcy Patrick, bookbinder, Riverside, house Franklin, c. 

Dardis John, cabinet maker, house 45 Banks [line 

Darclis John F. varnisher, house Norfolk, n. Somerville 
Dardis Thomas, varnish polisher, house 106 Fourth 
Darling Edward, marble cutter, bds. 157 Main 
Darling John, brick-layer, house r. 175 Bridge 
Darling Seth, color maker, house Harvey, n. Cedar 
Darling Seth W. vinegar manuf. h. Harve} r , c. Montgomery 
Darling Wm. whip-maker, 112 Main, h. 2 Broadway, L. P. 
Darston William, laborer, house Franklin, near Bay 
Datt Lewis, bookbinder (20 Washington, B.), boards 80 

Datt Susan Mrs. house 80 Fifth [at Charlestown 

Davenport Henry C. machinist, B. & L. R. R. shop, house 
Davenport James S. gardener, boards 40 Seventh 
Davenport Jerome J. cabinet maker, house 117 Spring 
David Thomas, laborer, house Gore, cor. Fifth 
Davidson Chas. machinist, house 17 P'ranklin 
Davidson Edwin, carpenter, boards 8 Webster 
Davidson John C. bookkeeper, house rear 134 Broadway 
Davidson Joseph H. carpenter, boards 65 Mt. Auburn 
Davidson Mary, widow, house 16 East 
Davies Benj. F. carpenter and builder, Gore, near Sixth, 

house 137 Thorndike 
Davies Frank H. student, boards 72 Spring 
Davies George H. eclectic physician, house 72 Spring 
Davies Philip, city missionary (102 Commercial, B.), h. 

Howard, cor. Western avenue 
Davies Richard J. carpenter, boards 26 Howard 
Davis Abbott R. sauce manufacturer, office (18 Union, 

B.), house 44 Second 
Davis Abner F. cooper, house 19 Squire's court 
Davis Albert M. engineer State Prison (Charlestown), 

house 54 Fifth 
Davis Ambrose L. box-maker, boards 59 Moore 
Davis Augustus A. officer, House of Correction, bds. jailer's 
Davis Bancroft C. student, scientific school, rooms 38 

Davis Bartholomew H. piano maker (Tremont, cor. Cam- 
den, B.), boards 159 Thorndike 
Davis Byron W. carpenter, bds. 88 Windsor [h. at Boston 
Davis Charles (Davis & Goodrich), stone cutter, 81 Main, 
Davis Charles, marble worker, house 20 Harvard 
Davis Charles, cabinet maker, boards 38 Fifth 
Davis Chas. A. organ maker (Cambridge, cor. Charles, 

B.), house 52 Hamilton 
Davis Chas. H. expressman, house 10 Watson 

J. S. SAWYER, GRAVEL ROOFING, No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 
Main St., Cambridgeport. 


Davis Curtis, soap manuf. 188, 190, 192, and 194 Broad- 
way, house 8 Norfolk 
Davis Curtis R. soap manuf. house 378 Broadway 
Davis Daniel W. soap maker, house 17 Franklin 
Davis Edward, student, H. U. rooms 18 Little's blk. 
Davis Edward A. (Ryder & Davis), grocer, 126 Inman, 

house 16 Tremont 
Davis Edwin, telegraphic machinist (Hanover, B.), house 

9 Jay 
Davis Eliphalet, house 51 Cherry 
Davis Eliphalet F. clerk, 417 Main, house 51 Cherry 
Davis Elisha E. painter, boards 31 Putnam place 
Davis Eliza, widow of Warren, house Windsor, near Cam- 
Davis Ellen Mrs. house 23 Sargent 
Davis Francis, laborer, house 4 Jordan place 
Davis Frederick, plasterer, house 21 Brookline [Franklin 
Davis Fred G. trimmer (140 Devonshire, B.), house 17 
Davis Freeman, teamster, house 55 Charles 
Davis George A. (Davis & Ray), grocer, Cambridge, cor. 

Seventh, house 92 Spring 
Davis Geo. H. baker, boards 105 Hampshire 
Davis Henry G. pressman, Riverside, house 63 Pearl 
Davis Hervey (Davis & Bates), grain dealer, 550 Main, 

house 19 Magazine 
Davis Horatio, organ tuner, house 78 Otis 
Davis Isaac Mrs. house 17 Franklin 
Davis Isaac H. machinist, boards 17 Franklin 
Davis James C. (James C. Davis & Son), soap manuf. 

house 326 Broadway 
Davis James C. & Son (James C. and James H. Davis), 

soap manufacturers, 204, 206 and 208 Broadway 
Davis James H. (James C. Davis & Son), house 74 Inman 
Davis James T. (27 North Market, B.), h. 23 Columbia 
Davis Jeremiah, laborer, house Jackson, near Spruce 
Davis John, machinist (120 Merrimac, B.), house Walnut 

ave. cor. Arlington 
Davis John, ship stores (204 Commercial, B ), house 7 

Davis John E. ship stores (204 Commercial, B.), boards 

7 Wendell [house 98 Norfolk 

Davis John M. (Mason Davis & Son), soap manufacturer, 
Davis John W. commission merchant (5 Central wharf, 

B.), house Bigelow, near Harvard 
Davis Mason (Mason Davis & Son), soap, Lincoln court, 

h. 122 Norfolk 
Davis Mason & Son (Mason and John M. Davis), soap 

manufacturers, Lincoln court 

street, Cambriclgeport. 


Davis Nanc3\ widow, house 10 Watson 
Davis Peter R. hostler, house 192 Green 
Davis Samuel, laborer, boards 116 Columbia 
Davis Samuel C slate helper, boards 116 Columbia 
Davis Samuel M. grain broker (4 North Market, B.), h. 

9 Wendell [at Boston 

Davis Sarah J. Miss, teacher Gannett primary school, h. 
Davis Solomon A. livery and sale stable, Cambridge, junc- 
tion Bridge, house 28 Spring [h. 751 Main 
Davis Stephen G. cashier (Shawmut National Bank, B.), 
Davis Sylvander, engineer, house 107 Tremont 
Davis Thomas M. fancy soap manufacturer, 417 Main, h. 

71 School 
Davis Walter A. house Lake View ave. cor. Brattle 
Davis Watson H. clerk, 517 Main, house at Natick 
Davis Wm. brass finisher, house 19 Harvard 
Davis Wm. (Davis & Putnam), crockery and glassware, 

635 Main, house 144 Austin 
Davis Wm. butcher, boards 164 Gore 
Davis Wm. student, H. U. rooms 20 Hollis 
Davis Wm. B. clerk, house 130 Thorndike 
Davis Wm. E. clerk, bds. 21 Brookline 
Davis Wm. H. clerk, boards 51 Cherry 
Davis Wm. P. carpenter, house 82 Fifth 
Davis & Bates (Hervey Davis and Erastus C. Bates), grain 

dealers, 550 Main 
Davis & Goodrich (Chas. Davis and Geo. W. Goodrich), 

granite works, 81 Main, order box (17 Court, Boston) 
Davis & Putnam (Wm. Davis and John F. Putnam), 

crockery and glass ware, 635 Main 
Davis & Ray (Geo. A. Davis and Benj P. Ray), grocers, 

Cambridge, cor. Seventh 
Davison Edgar M. student, II. U. rooms 20 Holyoke 
Davlin James F. (James F. Davlin & Co.), plumber, 190 

Cambridge, house 94 Fourth 
DAVLIN JAMES F. & CO. (James F. and Michael F. 

Davlin), plumbers and gas fitters, 190 Cambridge 
Davlin Michael F. (Jas. F. Davlin & Co.), gas fitter, h. 

17J Third 
Dawes Albert A. glass cutter, house 179 Cambridge 
Dawes Chalmer S. ship broker (Commercial, B.), house 7 

Dawes John W. servant, 7 Fayerweather, boards do. 
Dawes Judson, paver, house 44 Pine [Boston 

Dawes Walter, book binder, Macdonald & Sons, boards at 
Dawkins Imanuel, laborer, boards 41 Washington 
Day Arthur C. box maker, house 414 Main 
Day Geo. at North, Merriam & Co.'s, boards Squire's ct. 

GEO. B. JAMES «fc CO., Lumber, wharves, Junction Bridge and 
Cambridge streets, East Cambridge. Boston Office 14 State street. 
Shipping Boards, Scantling and Shingles. 


Day Geo. A. blacksmith, boards Stephen Day's 
Day Hiram, stone mason, house 23 Sparks street place 
Day Jacob G. laborer, house 3 Green 
Day James H. glass blower, bds. rear 311 Cambridge 
Day John, house Spring, near Fifth 
Day John M. stone mason, house 23 Sparks street place 
Day John Thomas, gardener, house 28 Windsor 
Day Jour, oil finisher, F. Geldowsky 
Day Ralph, carpenter, house 7 Day 
Day Richard T. glass maker, house rear 179 Bridge 
Day Stephen, blacksmith, 46 Cambridge, h. 76 Cambridge 
Day Stephen E. policeman, -house 86 Fourth 
Day Susan, widow of James, house rear 411 Cambridge 
Day Wm. glass maker, boards 179 Bridge [town 

Day Marcellus (Day & Collins), 116 Main, h. at Charles- 
Day & Collins (Marcellus Day and Wm. M. Collins), 
manufacturers drain and sewer pipe, 116 Main, office 
40 Bromfield, Boston [at Somerville 

Daykin John J. book binder, Macdonald & Sons, boards 
Daj r s John, furniture polisher, house 123 Spring 
DAYTON GOODRICH M. dining rooms (23 Avon, B.), 

house 95 Magazine, near Hamilton 
Dayton Robert A. B. student, H. U. rooms 6 Dolton's bl'k 
Deacon James, glass maker, house 8 Fourth 
Deagan Thomas, laborer, house 67 Amory 
Dean Daniel H. conductor, U. R. Co. house 27 Mellen 
Dean Elisha L. clerk, house 6 Cherry 
Dean Edmund, foreman, Charles H. Stiles, house 25 Mill 
Dean Etta M. Miss, bookkeeper, 1 Dunster, boards 60 

Mt. Auburn 
Dean Francis W. student, Scientific school, rooms 19 Bald- 
Dean John II. teamster, house 83 Vine 
Dean Jos. F. coal (23 Doane, B.), house 720 Main 
Dean Mattie E. Miss, teacher, Mason Primary school, bds. 

60 Mt. Auburn 
Dean Myron M. Mrs. house 60 Mt. Auburn 
Dean Robert, laborer, house Clifton, near Spruce 
Dean Walter P. law student, rooms 1 Divinity Hall 
Dean Wm. bacon dresser, house 6 Cherry 
Deane Chas. house 80 Sparks 
Deane Ruthven, boards 80 Sparks 
Dear David H, hostler, house 25 Bow 
Dearborn Geo. W. clerk, boards 93 Otis 
Dearborn Jas. W. clerk (B.), house Pioneer place [Main 
Dearborn Josiah G. teacher Latin school (B.), boards 173 
Dearborn Nathan, machinist, boards 135 Main 
Dealing John, mason, house 305 Cambridge 

livery kind of printing required by business men furnished by 
J* FORD & S>OJ\, printers, Harvard Square. 


Dears Joseph, fisherman, house 62 Charles 

Dears Rosa Mrs. house 62 Charles 

Decker Peter, mariner, bds. 157 Prospect 

DeCormis Louis, student, Ep. Theo. Sem. 126 Brattle 

DeCorte Augustas, cabinet maker, house 29 Harvard 

Dedrick Francis W. painter, h. 152 Otis 

Dedrick Fred, britannia worker, house 152 Otis 

Dedrick Thos. F. brass moulder, house 152 Otis 

Dee James, carpenter, house Wyeth, cor. Tuttle 

Dee Patrick, provision dealer, 18 Sparks, house do [do. 

Dee Patrick J. coachman, H. Thayer's, 80 North ave. bds. 

Deechan Wm. glass blower, 137 Bridge, h. at Charlestown 

Deegan Henry, tailor, house 210 Cambridge 

Deegan Philip, carpenter, boards 54 Spruce 

Deehan Thos. teamster, house rear 68 Gore 

Deely James, baker, house 9 Eighth 

Deer James N. paper hanger, house 19 Pine 

Deer Joseph L. vegetable pedler, house 25 Hamilton 

Deering Henry F. cabinet maker, house 18 Winter 

Deering John, laborer, bds. James Blair's, Dunster 

Deering Julia, widow Henry, house Winter, near Third 

Deering Robert S. cabinet maker, house 18 Winter 

Deering Wm laborer, house Warren, n. Porter 

Degan Henry, tailor, house 210 Cambridge 

Degen Geo. F. student, Ep. Theo. Sem. 126 Brattle 

Degnan Thos. glass blower, house rear 108 Tremont 

Dehan John, stone cutter, bds. 68 Gore 

Dehan Thos. teamster, house 68 Gore 

Delaney Francis, glass cutter, bds. 72 Hastings 

Delaney John, laborer, house 132 Lechmere block 

Delaney John, laborer, house rear 27 Vine 

Delaney John, baker, 213 Cambridge, bds. do. 

Delaney Michael Mrs. house Harvey, near Clav 

Delaney Patrick, night watchman, house 72 Hastings 

Delaney Richard, granite worker, A. McDonald, bds. M. 

Falvy's, Mt. Auburn 
Delano Edgar W. lumper, boards 32 Second 
Delano Elisha, blacksmith, house rear 559 Main 
Delano Geo. W. clerk, boards 12 Brewer 
Delano John, carpenter, house 12 Brewer 
Delano Maria C. Mrs. house 12 Lowell [Garden 

Delano Warren jr., student, Scientific school, rooms 4 
Delany Edmond H. mason, house rear 123 Elm 
Delany Patrick, mason, house rear 123 Elm 
Delany Patrick, laborer, house Montgomery, n. Harvey 
Delay Wm. M. blacksmith, 15 Brattle sq. h. at Somerville 
Delower Joseph, laborer, house 132 Spruce 
Deluray Jeremiah, laborer, house 26 East Perry 

No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 Main street, Cambridgeport. 


Demain Wra. C. (28 Hawley, B.), house 203 Harvard 
Deraain Wm. C. jr. blank book mamif. (28 Hawlej', B.), 

house 203 Harvard 
DeMosquita John, cabinet maker, house 146 Court 
Dempsey Bartholomew, section-hand, house 113 Court 
Dempsey James E. glass worker, house 105 Elm 
Dempsey John, laborer, house 53 Charles 
Dempsey Lawrence, laborer, house Bell court, n. Allston 
Dempsey Michael, laborer, house 53 Charles 
Dempsey Patrick, planer, Woodbury & Co. h. at Somerville 
Dempsey Thomas, laborer, house 31 Charles 
Dence George, carpenter, house 3 Appian way 
Dench J. William, teamster, house rear 15 Seventh 
Denhan William, house Warren, near Cambridge 
Dennett Erastus, machinist, house 147 Columbia 
Denney Michael J. teamster, 69 Main, house Deacon, 

near Smith's wharf 
Denning John, blacksmith, house 161 Thorndike 
Dennis Fannie E. M. teacher, Shepard Grammar school, 

house Crescent, near Oxford 
Dennis Henry, cabinet maker, boards 13 Clark 
Dennis John, polisher, boards 76 Elm 
Dennis Mar}', widow, house 76 Elm 
Dennis Michael, laborer, house 51 Amory 
Dennis William, jobber, house 51 Hastings 
Dennis Wm. W. com. mer. (65 Commercial, B.), house 

295 Broadway 
Dennison Albert, carpenter, boards 122 Otis 
DennisonErskine, clerk, boards Prospect House, 596 Main 
Dennison Franklin, carpenter, boards 28 Seventh 
Dennison George W. builder, house 90 Fourth 
Dennison Hosea B. architect, 128 Cambridge, boards 

101 Thorndike 
Dennison James, carpenter, 167 Otis, house 122 do. 
Dennison James E. carpenter, house 165 Otis 
Dennison Otis, machinist, house 28 Seventh 
Denny Daniel, laborer, house 150 Green 
Denny Michael, teamster, h. rear Smith's coal office, Main 
Dent Susan, widow, house 37 Hampshire 
Denton Gabriel W. Col. boards 127 Mt. Auburn 
Denton Huntington, student, Scientific school, rooms 127 

Mt. Auburn 
Denyven David (David Denyven & Couch), furniture 

manuf. h. 84 Auburn 
DENYVEN & COUCH (David Denyven and John 

Couch), furniture manufacturers, 346 and 348 Main 
Depp George, wood turner, boards 66 Harvard [ave. 

Derby John L. (John L. Derby & Co.), h. 20 Western 

street, Cambridgeport. 


Derby John L. & Co. (John L. Derb3 T ), school furniture, 

Osborn's mills, State 
Derby Mary A. widow, house 2 Charles river 
Derno Hugh, tin worker, boards 9 Rockwell 
Dermott James, tailor, house 6 Cherry 
DeRondeJohn D. cabinetmaker, house 22 Eighth 
DeRonde Martin J. cabinet maker, house 22 Eighth 
DeSage Wm. H. tinman, boards 106 Pearl 
Desmond Hannah H. widow of Wm. house 194 Dublin 
Desmond John, laborer, house 163 Dublin 
Desmond John T. civil engineer, boards 143 Hampshire 
Deuschle Christian F. marble worker and boarding-house, 

57 Gore 
Deuschle Lois, varnisher, house rear 17 J Third 
Deuxans William, cabinet maker, house 208 Bridge 
Devane John H. packer, house 307 North ave. 
Devens Ann, widow of Patrick, house 3 Suffolk 
Devens Arthur L. Mrs. house 45 Oxford 
Devens A. Lithgow, student, H. U. boards 45 Oxford 
Devens Frank E coffin maker, 414 Cambridge, h. 3 Suffolk 
Devens Nicholas, glass cutter, house 3 Suffolk 
DEVENS THOMAS, coffin-maker and undertaker, 414 

Cambridge, house 3 Suffolk 
Devine David, laborer, house 35 Sargent 
Devine Francis, grocer, 240 Cambridge, house do. 
Devine Jeremiah, laborer, house Jackson, near Spruce 
Devine John, student, boards rear Lambert, n. Cambridge 
Devine Michael, teamster, house 13 Foster [College 

Dewhurst Wm. W. student, Scientific school, rooms 18 
Dexter Benjamin F. pressman, Riverside, h. 10 Pleasant 
Dexter Chas. M. expressman, house 3 Green 
Dexter Daniel G. boots and shoes (108 Devonshire, B.), 

house Washington avenue, corner Arlington 
Dexter George, house 13 Buckingham 
Dexter Henry, sculptor, house 297 Broadway 
Dexter Maria T. Miss, house 80 Fourth 
Dexter Orrando P. student, H. U. rooms 100 Mt. Auburn 
Dibbern Christian, millman, F. Geldowsl^, house at 

Dickey Eber, carpenter, house 208 Cambridge 
Dickey Robert, student, H. U. rooms 6 Little's block 
Dickinson Alexander (Dickinson & Chase), nurseryman, 

house 76 Moore 
Dickinson Caroline Mrs. boards 46 North ave. 
Dickinson Charles A. nurseryman, boards 76 Moore 
Dickinson Charles A. student, H. U. rooms 9 Weld 
Dickinson & Chase (Alexander Dickinson and Jeremiah 

C. Chase), nursery, Broadway, corner Davis 

ROBERT BACON «fc C'»., Office 440 Main street. Cambridgeport. 
Manufacturers of Black Neck Wear in all Styles. 


Dickman Clara, widow Joseph L. h. North ave. n. Allen 
Dickman George F. clerk (27 Federal, B.), boards Mrs. 

Clara Dickman's, North avenue 
Dickman Isaac, superintendent, U. Railway stables, North 

avenue, house 9 Lambert avenue 
Dickman Joseph S. G. house 9 Lambert avenue 
Dickman M. Carrie Miss, teacher, Reed Primary school, 

boards 172 North avenue 
Dickson George F. steam and gas fitter, 595 Main, bds. 49 

Dickson Geo. H. safe manuf. (1.1 Green, B.), h. 30 Shepard 
Dickson John, baker, house 6 Lopez 
Dickson Martin T. law student, rooms 30 Mt. Auburn 
Dickson Richard W. steam and gas-fitter, bds. 593. J Main 
Diebner Charles T. cabinet maker, F. Geldowsky, house 

at Somerville 
Diehl John Philip, clothes-sponger (B.), h. 60 Harvard 
Diess Louis, cigar maker, house 138 Pleasant 
Diggins Michael, laborer, house 118 Court 
Dillaway Stillman S. carpenter, house 333 Main 
Dillaway Theodore B. clerk (51 Pearl, B.), h. 50 Baldwin 
Dillaway Thomas V. milk-dealer, house 81 Walnut 
Dillingham Henry, painter, house 40 Holyoke 
Dillingham Mary A. widow of Henry, house 42 Holyoke 
Dillman George C. painter, house 31 Putnam place 
Dillman Jeremiah M. carpenter, house 13 Walnut place 
Dillon Augustus R. student, H. U. rooms 16 Stoughton 
Dillon Edward,varnisher,203 Cambridge, h. at Charlestown 
Dillon John,laborer, house 44 Hastings 
Dillon John, switchman, house 159 Broadway 
Dillon Owen, laborer, house 60 Winter 
Dillon William, clerk, 622 Main, h. Lopez, n. Brookline 
Dimmock Sarah G. widow of John, house 7 Linden 
Dimick Calvin, house Cambridge, corner Line 
Dimock Daniel, carpenter, house 23 Hamilton 
Dinan Michael, laborer, boards Lambert, near Cambridge 
Dinan Peter, slater, house 26 Seventh 
Dinan Thomas, grocer, 68 Lopez, house do. 
Dinan Timothy, laborer, house 210 Bridge 
Dineen Michael, baker, boards 440 Cambridge 
Dineen William, laborer, house 152 Bridge 
Dinen Patrick, slater, house 121 Court 
Dines Edward, carpenter, boards 17 Dyke 
Dinsmore Arthur, carpenter, house 197 Mt. Auburn 
Dinsmore Daniel R. carpenter, boards 197 Mt. Auburn 
Dinsmore James, builder and planing mill, foot of Sands, 

house 197 Mt. Auburn 
Dinsmore William, tailor, house Hunting, n. Cambridge 

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Dippold George T. instructor in German, II. U. rooms 
56 Mt. Auburn [River 

Ditson George H. real estate agent (81 Wash. B.), h. 41 
Ditson James E. student, H. U. rooms 15 Holyoke House 
Dlxson Cuthbert, mason, house 64 Broadway 
Dixon George, gas-fitter, boards 49 Austin 
Dixon James, teamster, house Brookline, corner Lopez 
Dixon Marshall, grocer, 436 Cambridge, boards 317 do. 
Dixon Samuel, mason, house 347 Cambridge 
Dixon Samuel jr. tin pedler, bouse 103 Windsor 
Dixon William, bricklayer, boards 347 Cambridge 
Dixwell Epes S. house 58 Garden 

Doane Francis, stationery (116 State, B.), house 51 River 
Doane Geo. F. (Doane & Lyford), provisions, 419 Main, 

boards 389 do. 
Doane Henry S. clerk, 419 Main, boards 389 do. 
Doane Seth P. fruit-dealer (49Commercial, B.), h. 51 River 
Doane Seth S. book-keeper (Quincy Market, B.), house 51 

Doane & Lyford (Geo. F. Doane and Thos. J. Lyford), 

provisions, 419 Main 
Dobbs George, laborer, house 234 Franklin 
Dobbs James, bacon curer, house 153 Franklin 
Dobbyn Margaret, widow of Caesar H. house 375 Main 
Dobinson Mary, widow of William, boards 7 Dinsmore ct. 
Dockum George G. carpenter, house 115 Windsor 
Dodd Thomas, cabinet maker, bds. Mansion House, Gore 
Doddridge Joseph, Brannan instructor in Roman law, H. 

U. rooms 17 College House 
Dodge Adelbert G hair-dresser, 4 Broadway, h. 179 Main 
Dodge Davis, apothecary, North avenue, opposite Wal- 

den, house at Arlington 
Dodge Edward S. student, H. U. boards 72 Sparks 
Dodge Everett N. salesman (27 Sudbury, B.), boards 10 

Dodge Franklin M. baker, boards 53 Fourth 
Dodge Frederick, attorney (30 Court, B.), bds. 72 Sparks 
Dodge George K. machinist, house 422 Main 
Dodge H. Augusta Miss, assistant teacher, Harvard gram- 
mar school, boards 40 Williams 
Dodge John C. attorney (30 Court, B.), house 72 Sparks 
Dodge Joseph A. foreman, G. Woods & Co. 624 Main, 

house 25 Walnut court 
Dodge Joshua C. student, H. U. rooms 4 Little's block 
Dodge J. Felt, house 24 Tremont 

Dodge Mary I. Miss, dressmaker, boards 11 Remington 
Dodge Matilda R. widow of Oakes, h. rear 34 Hancock 
Dodge Nathaniel S. boards 38 Quincy 

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Main street, Cam bridge port. 


Dodge Rufus, flour-dealer (42 Commercial, B.), house 17 
Williams [Remington 

Dodge Sarah A. widow of John T. dressmaker, house 11 
Dodge Sarah B. Mrs. boards 329 Harvard 
Dodge Theodore A. Col. U. S. A. house 38 Quincy 
Dodge William E. clerk, 14 Gore, boards 16 Seventh 
Dodge William H. carpenter, house 16 Seventh 
Dodge Win. H. (Nay & Dodge), provisions, 25 Haymar- 

ket square, and 655 Main, house 117 Auburn 
Dodge Winslow H. mechanic, house 4 Hamilton 
Dodge William W. law-student, boards 72 Sparks 
Doe Bradbury, mechanic, house 7 Union 
Doe Emily R. assistant matron, almshouse, Tannery 
Doe Laura P. widow of Joseph M. house 104 Prospect 
Doe & Hunnewell (Heirs of J. M. Doe, and E. R. Hunne- 
well), furniture manufacturers, Gore, n. Sixth, (sales- 
room 198 Tremont, B.) 
Dogen William, laborer, house 13 Lambert 
Dogherty Charles M. cabinet-maker, house 75 Windsor 
Dogherty Charles N. cabinet-maker, house 167 Broadway 
Dogherty Frank E. cabinet-maker, house 167 Broadway 
Dogherty George T. cabinet-maker, boards 167 Broadway 
Dogherty John R. cabinet-maker, boards 167 Broadway 
Doghert}' William F. cabinet-maker, boards 167 Broadway 
Doherty Alex, book-binder (76 Sudbury, B.), h. 136 Green 
Doherty Charles J. house 34 Charles 
Doherty Eugene, carpenter, boards 374 Main 
Doherty Elizabeth, widow of John, house 138 Pleasant 
Doherty Ellen, widow, house 225 Franklin 
Doherty Grace E. widow of Philip, h. Concord avenue, n. 

Alewive brook 
Doherty Henry A. grocer, 171 Bridge, house 82 Cambridge 
Doherty Hugh, netting seine weaver, house 69 Third 
Doherty James (100 Tremont, B.), house 135 Hampshire 
Doherty James, teamster, boards 69 Third 
Doherty James, pedler, house 116 Fourth 
Doherty John, laborer, boards 8 Gore 
Doherty John, laborer, house 204 Green 
Doherty John, machinist, boards 25 Fourth 
Doherty John F. furniture polisher, boards 69 Third 
Dohert} 7 Matthew, moulder, house 136 Green 
Doherty Matthew, laborer, house 221 Franklin 
Doherty Michael, pianoforte maker, h. 23 Webster avenue 
Doherty Patrick, cabinet-maker, house 157 Spring 
Doherty Patrick, mason, house 89 Elm 
Doherty Philip, laborer, house Bay, corner Franklin 
Doherty Robert E. piano-forte maker, bds. 23 Webster av. 
Doig John D. gardener, 148 Brattle, house do. 

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Dolan Charles, blacksmith, house Rideout, near Jefferson 

Dolan Edward J. merchant tailor, 551 Main, h. 124 Pearl 

Dolan James, laborer, house 8 Beaver 

Dolan John (Griffin & Dolan), soap-maker, h. 13 E. Perry 

Dolan John, laborer, house 105 Court 

Dolan Martin, millman, house Bridge, near Fourth 

Dolan Lawrence, butcher, house rear 49 Cedar 

Dolan Thomas, soap-maker, house Cottage court 

Dolan Thomas, laborer, house 14 Dublin 

Dolan Patrick, baker, boards 2 Brooks 

Dolan William, teamster, house Pioneer, cor. Main 

Dolan Wm. engineer, house 7 Perry 

Dolbeare Joseph S. shipwright, house 542 Main 

Dole Addison S. house 45 Magazine 

Doll Antoine, marble polisher, boards 1 Washington 

Dole Cyrus G. provisions (F. H. Market, B.), house 21 

Dole Nathan H. student, H. U. rooms 59 Matthews 
Dollard James, boots and shoes, 29 Brattle sq. h. 15 Gerry 
Dollard John, boot and shoe maker, 8 Pearl, h. 12 Austin 
Dollard Morris, bootmaker, 906 Main, h. 454 Broadway 
Dolley John M. carpenter, house 31 Tremont 
Dolliver William H. at Mass. Arsenal, house 15 Mellen 
DolloffBenj. W. groceries and provisions, 14 Gore, house 

143 Otis 
Dolloff Charles W. box-maker, house 140 Hampshire 
Dolloff Francis W. boards 4 Trowbridge 
Dolloff William J. compositor, house 4 Trowbridge 
Domus Edward W. teamster, house 33 Pine 
Donahoe James, laborer, house rear 167 Bridge 
Donahoe John, laborer, boards 210 Bridge 
Donahoe Margaret, widow of Patrick, house 11 Valentine 
Donahoe Patrick, grease-collector, house 91 Brookline 
Donahoe Patrick, machinist, L. R. R. repair shop, house 

at Woburn 
Donahoe William, in Gas works, boards 9 Murdock place 
Donahue Andrew, marble cutter, bds. 157 Main 
Donahue Cornelius, laborer, house Warren, n. Jefferson 
Donahue Edward J. milkman, house 62 Spring 
Donahue John, laborer, house 9 East Perry 
Donahue John, porter, house Pearl, cor. Perry 
Donahue John, tinsmith, bds. 377 Cambridge 
Donahue John J. clerk, 1 Vine, boards do. 
Donahue John W. pastor St. John's Catholic church, 

house 83 Otis 
Donahue Michael, machinist, house 161 Mt. Auburn 
Donahue Michael, tailor, house 132 Webster ave. 
Donahue Michael, horse shoer, boards 20 East Perry 

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Donahue Timothy, laborer, house 49 Hampshire 
Donahue William, laborer, house 122 Court 
Donaldson Hugh, boot and shoe maker, h. Pearl, c. Main 
Donaldson James, carpenter, boards 8 Green 
Donaran Jeremiah, blacksmith, house 16 Webster ave. 
Donath Caroline, widow of John G. house 33 Seventh 
Donath Hugo, cabinet maker, boards 33 Seventh 
Donehey John, stone-cutter, house 56 Charles 
Donelan John, laborer, house 29 Fourth 
Donely Rose, widow, house 38 Brighton 
Doner James, house 49 Fifth 

Donlon Mary, widow of Martin, h. rear 37 Cowperthwait 
Donlon Ellen, widow of Peter, h. Somerset, n. Pleasant 
Donlon Francis, porter (B.), house 196 Cambridge 
Donlon Francis jr. driver, boards 196 Cambridge 
Donuavan James, laborer, house 77 Pleasant 
Donnavan Jeremiah, horse shoer, house 16 Webster ave. 
Donnavan John, laborer, house rear 12 Third 
Donnell William J. polisher, boards 29 Cherry 
Donnelley Frank, carriage painter, house 12 Eighth 
Donnelle}" Thomas, laborer, house rear 62 Amory 
Donnell} T Bridget Mrs. house 19 Sparks street place 
Donnelly James, laborer, 69 Main 

Donnelly James H. S. dry goods and rnillinerj^ 95 Cam- 
bridge, and dry goods, 113 Cambridge, house 133 
Donnelly John, laborer, house Jackson, cor. Spruce 
Donnelly Patrick E. grocer, 79 Concord ave. h. 77 do. 
Donnison Catherine L. Miss, boards 1 Waterhouse 
Donnovan Cornelius J. fireman, house 3 East 
Donnovan Daniel, laborer, house 79 School 
Donnovan David, teamster, house 137 Elm 
Donnovan Dennis, stone-cutter, house 3 Broadway 
Donnovan Ellen, widow, house 24 North 
Donnovan James, laborer, house Murdock, n. Gardner 
Donnovan John, laborer, house rear 17 Cowperthwait 
Donnovan Margaret, widow of Cornelius, house 63 North 
Donnovan Michael, currier, house Harvey, n. Montgomery 
Donnovan Michael, laborer, house Green, near Putnam 
Donnovan Michael Mrs. h. Welch's blk. North, n. Short 
Donnovan Timothy, laborer, house 42 Washington 
Donnovan Timothy, laborer, house 61 North 
Donnovan Wm. laborer, house 8 Short 
Donovan Daniel, plasterer, house 236 Bridge 
Donovan Daniel, laborer, house Cambridge, near First 
Donovan James, laborer, house 11 Water 
Donovan James, laborer, house 15 School 
Donovan John, laborer, house McCabe, n. Cambridge 

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Donovan John, laborer, house Porter, near Warren 

Donovan John, woodman, B. & L. R. R. house 232 Bridge 

Donovan John A. bookkeeper, 127 Bridge, house do. 

Donovan Michael, laborer, house 12 East 

Donovan Richard, laborer, house 31 Charles 

Donovan William, laborer, house 236 Bridge 

Donoven Thomas, laborer, house 116 Brookline 

Doody John, teamster, house 9 Sparks 

Doolen John F. teamster, bds. rear Bridge, near Fourth 

Doolen Martin, laborer, house rear Bridge, near Fourth 

Dooley Ellen, widow of Thomas, house 106 Harvard 

Dooley James A. upholsterer (B.), boards 200 Bridge 

Doolej 7 James M. periodicals, etc. 654 Main, h. 656 do. 

Dooley John, laborer, house 126 Spring 

Dooley Mary, widow of James, house 200 Bridge 

Dooley, Patrick, gardener, house 178 Franklin 

Dooley Thomas H. wheelwright, bds. 200 Bridge 

Dooley Wm. blacksmith, house rear 179 Bridge 

Dooley Wm. painter, boards 200 Bridge 

Dooner Thomas, grocer, 15 Irving court, h. do. [Third 

Dooris Felix, blacksmith, Elm, n. Webster ave. house 95 

Dority Patrick, glass-maker, Union Glass Co.'s, h. 93 Gore 

Dormer Alonzo, carver, house rear Gore, near Sixtli 

Dormer Benjamin, tailor, house rear Gore, near Sixth 

Dormer Edwin, spring-maker, house 126 Gore 

Doran Joseph, laborer, house 163 Dublin 

Doran Michael, laborer, house 5 Clay 

Doran Wm. P. glass maker, house 92 Spring 

Dorey Peter, laborer, house 121 Spruce 

Dorgan Daniel J. baker, boards 77 Elm 

Dornan Bernard, laborer, house Elm, cor. Cambridge 

Dorr Clifford E. pill-maker, house 70 River 

Dorr Cornelius, flour (2 Commerce, B.), h. 260 North ave. 

Dorr Geo. B. student, H. U. rooms 18 Holyoke House 

Dorr John, baker, M. Whitney's, house 19 Pine 

Dorr Moses, grocer (2 Commerce, B.), house 334 Harvard 

Dorsey Michael, laborer, house Franklin, near Putnam 

Dorsey Sydney, waiter, house 39 Hampshire 

Dorus John, blacksmith, house rear Gore, near Third 

Dougall James, conductor, U. R. Co. rooms 8 Shepherd's 

block, Charles River 
Dougherty Hugh, stone-cutter, house Fifth, cor. Vine 
Dougherty Manasses P. Rev. pastor St. Peter's church, 

house 29 Buckingham 
Dougherty Michael, laborer, house 3 Sparks 
Doughty James (Howland, Doughty & Co.), lumber 
dealer, Bridge, next Craigie's bridge, h. at Charles- 

No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 Main street, Cambridgeport. 


Douglass Harrison, printer, house 99 River 

Douglass James, cabinetmaker, house 32 Market 

Douglass James C. cabinet-maker, boards 32 Market 

Douglass John, boards 6 Cherry 

Douglass Robert, president, Cambridgeport National 

Bank, 585 Main, house Columbia, near Austin 
Douglass Jerome (Royal Douglass & Son), clothing, 523 

Main, house 6 Green 
Douglass Mary, widow, house 19 Brewery 
Douglass Royal (Royal Douglass & Son), clothing 523 

Main, house 12 State 
Douglass Wm. G. carpenter, boards 46 Prospect 
Douglass Royal & Son (Royal Douglass and Jerome 

Douglass), clothing, 523 Main 
Dover Stamping Company, 163 Pleasant 
Dow Benjamin, book-keeper (New England Carpet Co.'s, 

B.), house 9 Cottage 
Dow James A. physician, h. 9 River 
Dow John E. house 4 Williams 
Dow John S. helper, 79 Cambridge, boards do. 
Dow Wm. S. W. salesman (N. E. Carpet Co., B.), boards 

4 Williams* 
Dowd William J. pedler, house 11 Perry 
Dowey Thomas, laborer, Mt. Auburn, h. Foster, n. Sparks 
Dowling Edward, marble-cutter, boards 157 Main 
Dowling Martin C. mason, h. 131 Thorndike 
Dowling Percy E. compositor, boards 16 Tremont 
Downe Rufus S. policeman, house 4 Holly 
Downes David, locksmith, house 16 Austin 
Downes Edward, teamster, house 17 Pine 
Downes Eugene R. clerk, Ricker & Co., Western avenue, 

house at Somerville 
Downey David, laborer, house 9 Eliot 
Downey Dennis, laborer, house 106 Tremont 
Downey Edward, laborer, house 8 Willard place 
Downey Mary, widow of John, house 59 Brighton 
Downey Mary, widow of Morris, house 29 Dunster 
Downey Robert, laborer, house Jefferson, cor. Warren 
Downey Thomas, laborer, h. r. Mt. Auburn, n. Sparks 
Downing Amos, stone cutter, house 16 Webster 
Downing Bartholomew, teamster, boards 287 Cambridge 
Downing Daniel, teamster, N. N. Stickney & Co. house 

4 Flagg 
Downing Dennis, servant, 163 Brattle, boards do. 
Downing Edward, leather (94 Pearl, B.), h. 82 North ave. 
Downing George, brush-maker, boards 22 Fifth 
Downing Lucy A. Miss, teacher, Washington Grammar 

school, boards 11 Avon 

street) Cainbridgeport.j 


Downing Mary Mrs. house 5 Harrison avenue [Avon 

Downing Theodore, currier, Eustis ct. n. Oxford, h. 11 

Downs Benj. J. brass-moulder, house 59 Moore 

Dowse William B. H. student, H. U. rooms 27 Thayer 

Dowsing Henry V. house 111 Allston 

Dowsing Wm. furniture painter, 600 Main, h. Cottage ct. 

Doyle Andrew, cooper, house 80 Harvard 

Doyle Andrew, carpenter, house 5 Linnehan's blk. Third 

Doyle Edward, laborer, house 15 Crane 

Doyle Ellen, widow of Patrick, house 140 Dublin 

Doyle Esther, widow of Michael, house 22 Watson 

Doyle John, laborer, house 105 Kinnard 

Doyle John, laborer, house 78 Brighton [Willard 

Doyle John, dry pressman, University Press, h. Foster, n. 

Doyle John A. provision dealer, boards 10 South 

Doyle Mary E. Miss, house Blanche, n. Front 

Doyle Michael, laborer, boards 159 Broadway 

Doyle Michael J. baker, 213 and 215 Cambridge, h. do. 

Doyle Patrick J. dry pressman, house 7 Foster 

Doyle Richard, laborer, house 5 Foster 

Doyle Richard F. pressman, Riverside, house 5 Foster 

Doyle Robert L. compositor, Riverside, house at Chelsea 

Doyle William R. carpenter, house 18 Market 

Drake Alvin, brick-layer, house 45 Main 

Drake Bros. (Jeremiah H. and Peter Drake), carpenters 

and builders, Porter's station, North avenue 
Drake Charles C. moulder, house 174 Harvard 
Drake George F. varnisher, house 18 Market 
Drake Geo. W, varnisher, house 1 Pleasant court 
Drake James, carpenter, house 64 Putnam 
Drake Jeremiah H. (Drake Bros.), carpenter, Porter's sta* 

tion, house at Somerville 
Drake Peter (Drake Bros.), carpenter, Porter's station, 
house at Somerville [blk. Cambridge 

Drake Ruth S. wid. William,boarding-house, 33 Wheatland 
Drake Samuel, carpenter, house 64 Putnam 
Draper Carrie W. dressmaker, 436 Harvard, house do. 
Draper Daniel A. (F. Draper & Co.), britannia and sta- 
tioners' hardware manufacturer, foot of Otis, house 
Draper Daniel F. dentist, 231 North avenue, house do. 
Draper Francis (F. Draper & Co.), house at Boston 
Draper Francis H. boards 111 Thorndike 
DRAPER F. & CO. (Francis and Daniel A. Draper), 
brass and britannia-ware manufacturers and station- 
ers' hardware, Otis, near First 
Draper Jesse L. britannia worker, boards 69 Spring 
Draper John B. student, H. U. boards 21 Craigie 

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Draper John W. president (Metropolitan R. R. Co., B.), 

house 21 Craigie [Cottage, near Elm 

Draper Lucius D. agent, office (124 Washington, B.), house 
Draper L. Dana, clerk (67 Franklin, B.), boards L. D. 

Draper's, Cottage 
Draper Martin jr. book-keeper (National Bank of North 

America, 70 State, B.), house 292 North avenue 
Dray Patrick, painter, house 82 River 
Drennan James, cabinet maker, boards 77 Gore 
Dresser Edwin (E. Dresser & Co.), diary manufacturer, 

105 Magazine, house Raymond, near Linncean 
Dresser Edwin & Co. (Edwin Dresser and J. Augustine 

Wade), diary manufg. 105 Magazine 
Drew Frank H. student, H. U. rooms 31 Thayer 
DREW GEORGE C. confectioner, 367 Main, h. 369 do. 
Drew George C. jr. confectioner, boards 369 Main 
Drew Henry, carpenter, rooms 44 Brighton 
Drew James, cooper, boards 63 Sixth 
Drew Joseph L. jr. gold-beater (3 Province court, B.), 

house 19 Jay, corner Western avenue 
Drew Mark, cabinet maker, boards 5 Dickinson 
Drew Reuben W. machinist (36 Haymarket block, B.), 

boards 136 Cambridge 
Drew W. Mark, cabinet maker, house 124 Harvard 
Drinan Daniel, laborer, house 34 North 
Drinan Morris, laborer, boards 5 Water [Cherry 

Drinan Thomas, foreman Osborn's planing mill, house 26 
Driner Thomas B. provisions, 35 River, house do. 
Drinnan Thomas, laborer, house 204 Franklin 

Drinkwater , carpenter, boards 29 Cherry 

Driscoll Ann, widow of Michael, house 149 Bridge 
Driscoll Daniel, foundry man, house 6 Portland 
Driscoll Florence, painter, house 10 Fifth 
Driscoll John, laborer, house Sydney, near Allston 
Driscoll John H. hostler, boards 5 Gray place 
Driscoll Michael, laborer, house Jackson, near Harvey 
Driscoll Michael, laborer, house Montgomery, near Spruce 
Driscoll Patrick, teamster, house Bridge, opp. Prison Point 
Driscoll Patrick, stone-cutter, house 149 Bridge 
Driscoll Patrick H. cabinet maker, F. Geldowsky, house 

at Chelsea 
Driscoll William, laborer, house 26 Bridge 
Driver Arthur, lawyer, boards 88 Mt. Auburn 
Driver Stephen W. physician, h. and office 5 Farwell place 
Drown Chas. J. clerk, boards Cambridge, corner Sixth 
Drown Mary A. Mrs. house Cambridge, corner Sixth 
Drown William A. laborer, house Cambridge, corner Sixth 
Drummey William, laborer, house 8 North 

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Drummond Dominick, lithographer, house 17 Erie 
Drummond Edward, house 17 Erie 
Drummond George H. tinman, boards 60 Pleasant 
Drummond John, laborer, house 55J Washington 
Du Bois Loren G. student, H. U. rooms 2 Matthews 
Ducy Lawrence, glass-worker, house 110 Tremont [Sparks 
Duddy Edward, stone-cutter, house Mt. Auburn, opposite 
Duddy Thomas, laborer, house 8 Lincoln 
Dudley Alonzo M. carpenter, boards 46 Prospect 
Dudley Charles F. provision dealer, 186 Cambridge, house 

rear 131 Thorndike 
Dudley George, policeman, house 33 Pleasant 
Dudley George, upholsterer, house Lopez, near Pearl 
Dudley Harrison, carpenter, house 17 Dunster [Clark 

Dudley Harvey A. druggist (154 State, B.), house 77 
Dudley John Mrs. house 81 Windsor 
Dudley Moses, billiard saloon, house r. 122 Otis, near Fifth 
Dudley Samuel W. superintendent Cambridge Water 

Works, house 270 Broadway 
DUDLEY SANFORD H. attorney at law, 3 Brattle, 

and (20 Court, B.), boards 17 Dunster 
Dudley William B. clerk, 63 Norfolk, house 54 Essex 
Duff Henry A. coffin maker, Lockhart's, house at Charles-. 

Duff James, mason, house 69 Third 
Duff William F. student, H. U. rooms 23 Weld 
Duffy Catherine, widow of Michael, house 120 Court 
Duffy Francis, laborer, house 200 Norfolk 
Duffy Francis, servant, 20 Sacramento, boards do. 
Duffy Hugh, laborer, house 19 Donneli 
Duffy James J. pedler, house 98 Fifth 
Duffy John, laborer, house rear 482 Cambridge 
Duffy Neal, produce pedler, house rear 51 Vine 
Duffy Peter, pedler, house Jefferson, near Rideout 
Duffy Ralph, harness maker, boards Eighth, near Otis 
Duffy Stephen, frame finisher, boards 130 Third 
Duffy Thomas, laborer, house Willow place 
Duffy Thomas, laborer, house 130 Court 
Duffy Wm. H. brush maker, house ] 63 Windsor 
Dugan Charles H. clerk, boards 63 Pearl 
Dugan Edward, brick-layer, boards 83 Elm 
Dugan Jas. laborer, house 452 Cambridge 
Dugan John, laborer, house rear 15 Vine 
Dugan John, pipe fitter, boards 34 Charles 
Dugan Richard, house 34 Charles [Western avenue 

Dugan Thomas, florist (142 Washington, B.), house 47 
Duggan Edmund, baker, house 61 Hampshire 
Duggan Nicholas, laborer, house 56 Charles 

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Duggin James, cabinet turner, house rear 108 Tremont 

Duhig Daniel T. printer, house 10 Wright 

Duhig John M. printer, boards 23 Hancock 

Duhig Michael, gardener, house 23 Hancock 

Dukeshair Daniel, carpenter, house 161 Green 

Dullea James, pork cutter, house 122 Elm 

Dullea John, boot and shoemaker, 423 Cambridge, and 

Cambridge, corner Seventh, house McCabe, near Cam- 
Dulls Cornelius, hair dresser, house rear 112 Columbia 
Dumaresq Frank, student, H. U. rooms 43 Weld 
Dumas Cassius, sawyer, Main, near Prospect, house 22 

Dumas Geo. V. sawyer, boards 19 Prospect 
Dumas Julian E. foreman, G. Woods & Co. 624 Main, 

house 66 Columbia 
Dumas Leon, organ builder, house 19 Prospect 
Dummer Joseph O. cracker dealer, boards 32 Tremont 
Dunbar Charles F. professor of Political Economy, H. U. 

h. 14 Highland 
Dunbar Charlotte A. widow of Eben M. h 393 Broadway 
Dunbar John, caipenter, boards 41 Cedar [Divinity Hall 
Dunbar Josiah N. student, Divinity school, rooms 40 
Dunbar Luther W. carpenter (271 Charles, B.), house 7 

Duncan Wm. P. lawyer (32 Washington, B.), h. 41 Pine 
Duncklee Horace L. stoves and furnaces (87 Blackstone, 

B.), house 118 Norfolk [852 Main 

Dunham Delia Miss, teacher, Wyman Primary school, bds. 
Dunham Israel P. cabinet maker, house 852 Main 
Dunhoo Patrick, laborer, house 15 Foster 
Dunklee Horace, house 57 River 
Dunley Rosa, widow of Patrick, house 38 Brighton 
Dunmore John L. photographist (173 Washington, B.), 

house 15 Avon 
Dunmore Martha W. widow of John, house 15 Avon 
Dunn Alice, widow, house Hunting, near Cambridge 
Dunn Andrew P. paper collar maker, 10 Arrow, house 25 

Dunn Bartholomew, laborer, house 3 Fourth 
Dunn Catherine, widow, h. Willow place [ington court 
Dunn Geo. paper collar maker, 10 Arrow, house 14 Wash- 
Dunn Geo. shoemaker, 68 Norfolk, h. 14 Washington ct. 
Dunn Hannah Miss, house 22 Harrison 
Dunn James, gardener, house 233 Franklin 
Dunn John, agent for pictures, 93 Cambridge, h. 3 Fourth 
Dunn John, book finisher, house 3 Daye avenue 
Dunn John, laborer, house Warren, near Cambridge 

street, Cambridgeport. 


Dunn John, laborer, boards 37 Union 

Dunn John, laborer, h. 84 Harvard 

Dunn John, pork cutter, house Jefferson, near Rideout 

Dunn John, tin worker, house 68 Pearl 

Dunn John S. financier and accountant, house 514 Main 

Dunn John S. Mrs. millinery and dressmaking, house 514 

Dunn Patrick, locksmith, house 67 Vine 
Dunn Thomas, bookbinder, house 3 Dave ave. 
Dunn William, book finisher, boards 3 Daye ave. 
Dunn William, glass maker, house rear 63 Gore 
Dunn William A. engineer, house 42 River [Spring 

Dunnels Geo. B. bill poster, 228 Cambridge, boards 65 
Dunnigan Patrick, chemist, 150 Broadway, h. 134 do. 
Dunphy Martin H. bookbinder, bds. Rockwell, n. Pleas- 
ant [Mt. Auburn 
Dunspaugh Annar E. Mrs. bds. George G. Spear, jr's, 
Dunwoody Thomas, teamster, house 249 Mt. Auburn 
Dupree Alfred, messenger, house 42 Hampshire 
Duran John, laborer, boards 159 Broadway 
Duran M. in Boston rolling mill, Portland 
Durant Wm. B. lawyer (1^ Court, B.), bds. 44 Mt. Auburn 
Duneen Edward, carpenter, house 56 Charles 
Duress Frank, laborer, house Warren, near Cambridge 
Durgin Bridget, widow of Simon, house 24 Charles River 
Durgin Geo. T. carpenter, house 30 Rice [Putnam 
Durgin Matthew, book binder, house Putnam court, near 
Durgin Wm. H. conductor, U. R. Co. bds. 99 Mt. Auburn 
Durgin Winthrop A. machinist Lowell repair shop, house 

at Charlestown 
Durin Emily, widow of Asa, boards 76 Sixth 
Durnan Peter sr. merchant tailor, 182 Cambridge, h. do. 
Durnan Peter, expressman, house Gore, near Fifth 
Durno James G. tailor, house rear 84 Elm 
Duross Susan, widow, house 10 Fifth 
Durrell Betsy G. widow, house 137 Otis 
Durrell Oliver H. (Adams & Durrell), fancy goods, 106 

Cambridge, house do. 
Dustin Betsey A. widow of Samuel, house 74 Fourth 
Dustin Chas. express (State, B.), house 111 Cambridge 
Dustin Warren P. salesman (178 Washington, B.), bds. 

74 Fourth 
Dutton Albert L. milkman, house 56 Fourth 
Dutton Benjamin F. wholesale straw goods (176 Summer, 

B.), house 73 Dana 
Dutton Harry, student, boards 73 Dana 
Duvey John N. carpenter, 10 Arrow, h. 77 Mt. Auburn ' 
Dwelley Adams H. brass finisher, house 12 Windsor 

GEO. B. JAMES & CO., Lumber, Wharves, junction Bridge and 
Cambridge streets, East Cambridge. Boston office 11 State street. 
Lumber Manufacturers and Dealers, wholesale and retail. 


D wight Henry C. house 102 Prospect 

D wight James, student, H. U. rooms 16 Holyoke House 

Dwyer Daniel, laborer, house 391 Cambridge 

Dwyer Daniel, printer, bcls. 238 Broadway 

Dwyer Edmond, gas fitter, house 238 Broadway 

Dwyer Edward, laborer, bds. 46 Foster 

Dwyer Edward, laborer, house 22 Charles River 

Dwyer Edward H. harness maker, house 11 Squire's court 

Dwyer Jane, widow of Michael, house 46 Washington 

Dwyer John, leather (139 Summer, B.), house 29 Tremont 

Dwyer John, carpenter, house Jefferson, near Warren 

Dwyer John A. gate-tender, house Prison Point Road, n. 

R. R. 
Dwyer John S. painter, house 170 Norfolk 
Dwyer Matthew, laborer, house 34 Harvard 
Dwyer Patrick, grocer, 21 Charles River, house do. 
Dwyer Philip, laborer, house 14 Cowperthwait 
Dwyer Samuel, coffin polisher, 203 Bridge, h. at Boston 
Dwyer Timothy, laborer, house Jefferson, near Warren 
Dwyer Timothy, boots and shoes, 149 Bridge, h. 158 Otis 
Dyer Anna M. widow of James, house 18 Orchard 
Dyer Charles F. cooper, boards 164 Gore 
Dyer Charles H. student, H. U. rooms 35 Gray 
Dyer Charlotte T. widow of Leighton, bds. 58 Columbia 
Dyer Eunice B. Miss, teacher, Thorndike Grammar school, 

bds. at Melrose [120 Brattle 

Dyer Ezra C. dry goods merchant (43 Washington, B.) h. 
Dyer Louis, student, H. U. rooms 104 Mt. Auburn 
Dyer Mary, widow, house 87 Franklin 
Dyer Nathaniel, house 87 Franklin 
Dyer Randolph A. cabinet maker, house 15 Pleasant 
Dyer Wm. J. carpenter, house 142 Spring 
Dyer Willard K. student, H. U. rooms 48 Weld 

EAGAN JOHN, machinist, house 395 Cambridge 
Eagan Patrick, laborer, house 79 Elm 
Eager Edmond, laborer, house 85 Spruce 
Eager George V. house 12 Eliot 
Eagleson John, cook, 469 Main, house 21 Sydney 
Eagleson Joseph, laborer, house 2 Foster 
Eagleson Thomas C. laborer, house 27 Crane 
Eagleson Thomas O. tinsmith, boards 2 Foster 
Eagleson Thos. S. tin plate worker, h. Willard, c. Foster 
Eagleson Wm. A. dining saloon, 469 Main, h. 21 Sydney 
Eames Francis, carriage trimmer, house 47 Amory 
Eames Francis J. carriage-smith, boards 47 Amory 
Eames Hannah S. widow of Henry H. (H. H. Eames & 
Son), ice-dealer, house 98 Concord avenue 

CHECK BOOKS neatly printed by J. FORD «fc SON, Harvard 


Eames H. H. & Son (Mrs. Henry H. Eames and Thomas 
H. Eames), ice-dealers, Concord avenue, nearDonnell 
Eames Joseph E. with H. H Eames & Son, house 89 Con- 
cord avenue [avenue, h. Donnell, n. Concord ave. 
Eames Thomas H. (H. H. Eames &Son),ice-dealer,Concord 
Earl Amy A. widow of William, house 63 Oxford 
Earl Charles, grocer (B.), house 118 Prospect 
Earl Henry, pressman, boards 118 Prospect 
Earle Edward, carpenter, house 414 Main 
Earle Edward, student, H. U. rooms 11 Thayer 
Earls Edward O. brass-finisher, boards 44 Austin 
Early John, boot-maker, 7 Harvard row, h. 18 Irving pi. 
Easly Christopher, laborer, boards 116 Columbia 
East Cambridge Boot and Shoe Company, 157 Bridge 
Cambridge, corner Second [fus R. Wade, P. M. 

East Cambridge Post-Office, Third, near Cambridge, Ru- 
East Cambridge Station, on B. & L. R. R., Bridge, opp. 

Easte Ellen W. wid. of Joseph W. bds. 1 Putnam 
Easter Robert S. blacksmith, North avenue, near Arling- 
ton R. R. house 15 Rice 
Easterbrook Samuel J. laborer, house 8 Tremont 
Eastern Market Co., F. Burnham & Co., proprietors, pro- 
visions, 471 Main 
Eastman Alphoso H. teamster, house 163 Columbia 
Eastman Frank C. organ maker (Cambridge, cor. Charles, 

B.), house 3 Soden 
Eastman John, carpenter, house 23 Elm 
Eastwick Edward P. supt. Revere Sugar Refiner}', house 

Cambridge, corner Ellery 
Eaton Anson H. clerk, boards Winter, corner Fourth 
Eaton Avery W. fish-pedler, house 154 Otis 
Eaton Charles, broker (B.), house 15 Prospect 
Eaton Charles F. grocer (40 Long wharf, B.j, h. 8 Essex 
Eaton Clifford C. clerk (277 Washington, B.), house 41 

Columbia, corner Washington 
Eaton Frank H. upholsterer (Cornhill, B.), bds. 33 Winter 
Eaton Geo. B. electrotyper (19 Spring lane, B.), h. 41 

Eaton Geo. D. brass-finisher, house Winter, corner Fourth 
Eaton Geo. D. jr. clerk (B. & L. R. R.), house 12 Fourth 
Eaton Jacob, house 8 Windsor [ton, n. North ave. 

Eaton John F. architect (1 Pemberton sq., B.), h. Arling- 
Eaton John, boarding-house, Putnam, corner Green 
Eaton Joseph L. R. butcher, house 6 Rice 
Eaton Sarah E. widow of Rev. Joseph W. h. 697 Main 
Eaton Warren A. engineer, house 59 Sixth 

No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 Main street, Cambridgeport. 


Eaton William E. machinist, house 108 Otis 
Eaton William L. student, H. U. rooms 11 Gray 
Eberhardt Jacob J. book binder, house 49 Windsor 
Eddix Jared C. hair-dresser, boards 22 Hastings 
Eddy Imogen W. Mrs. boards 127 Mt. Auburn 
Eddy Martin, mason, house Jackson, near Spruce 
Edgar Francis W. law student, rooms 60 Brattle 
EDGEHILLE S. StCLAIR, physician and apothecary, 

52 Cedar, house do. [house 17 Forest 

Edgerly Charles B. merchant (4 Commercial wharf, B.), 
Edgerly William H. carpenter, house 5 Holly 
Edgeworth Susan, widow of James F. house 79- Fifth 
Edginton Wm. A. (Mason & Hamlin's, B.), boards 22 

Western avenue 
Edmands S. P. Mrs. house 81 Oxford 
Edmond Robert, carpenter, house 188 Harvard 
Edmonds Peter, laborer, house 41 Vine 
Edson Edward B. bookbinder, house 27 Hamilton 
Edwards Antone, teamster, house 17 Harvard 
Edwards Charles O. blacksmith, house 650 Main 
Edwards Daniel I}, laborer, house 43 Hastings 
Edwards Frances B. wid. of Chas. H. h. 27 Western ave. 
Edwards George A. brass-finisher, house 5 Union 
Edwards John H. express-driver, boards 46 Holyoke 
Edwards Peter C. clerk (Hovey's, Summer, B.), boards 6 

Second street court [37 Spruce 

Edwards Russell S. produce dealer (15Blackstone, B.),h. 
Edwards Thomas, stone-cutter, h. 35 Washington 
Edwards William J. painter, boards 12 Dunster 

Edwards , pattern-maker, boards 20 Harrison 

Egan James, soap-maker, house 43 Pearl 

Egan James jr. teamster, boards 43 Pearl 

Egan John A. blacksmith, house 11 Fourth 

Egan Martin, laborer, house 162 Franklin 

Egan Michael, laborer, house 72 Brookline [Somerville 

Egan Michael, horse-shoer, Cambridge, near Bridge, h. at 

Egan Michael F. stereotyper, house 162 Franklin 

Egan Susan H. widow of Matthew, house 14 Seventh 

Egan S. T. jig sawyer (Brighton, near Lowell, B.), bds. 

33 Wheatland's block 
Eggleston Charles H. machinist, house 111 Norfolk 
Eggleston Lorenzo, machinist, house rear 41 Norfolk 
Eichler Kathrina, widow, house 13 Winter 
Ela Lucia, widow of Richard, house 13 Ash 
Ela Richard, law-student, house 13 Ash 
Ela Walter' medical student, house 13 Ash 
Elder William, assistant in the Chemical Laboratory, H. 

U. rooms 60 Mt. Auburn 

CHILDREN'S BOOTS A Specialty. C. I>. WILDLlt, 557 Main 
street, Cambridgeport. 


Elder William, printer, house Russell, near Elm 
Eldredge Geo. B. clerk, house rear 34 Hancock 
Eldredge Mary J. widow, boards 13 Norfolk 
Eldredge Oscar, clerk, B. L. & N. R. R. depot, boards rear 

62 Cambridge 
Eldridge George H. student, H. U. rooms 46 Thayer 
Eldridge Samuel W. telegrapher (W. U. T. Co., B.), house 

102 Spring 
Ellet William D. student, H. U. rooms 60 Mt. Auburn 
Eliot Charles W. pres. H. U. house 17 Quincy 
Eliot William S. student, H. U. rooms 30 Holyoke House 
Elkerson Richard, gardener, boards 119 Prospect 
Elkson Richard, gardener, boards 3 Oak [Mt. Auburn 

Elliot George H. cigars and tobacco, 8 Brighton, house 6 
Elliot John W. student, H. U. rooms 7 Holworthy 
Elliott Charles A. house 4 Garden [Brattle 

Elliott Charles W. merchant (158 Tremont, B.), house 64 
Elliott Emma F. widow of Joseph R. house 19 DeWolf 
Elliott James, expressman, boards 890 Main 
Elliott John E. painter, 56 Clark, house 59 Harvard 
Elliott Rachel, widow, house 45 Hastings 
Elliott William (Ross & Elliot), wheelwright and black- 
smith, Brighton, rear Huckin's Mill, house 890 Main 
Ellis Alexander, expressman, house 193 Broadway 
Ellis Arthur B. student, H. U. rooms 5 Matthews 
Ellis Chas. E. milkman, boards 22 Fifth 
Ellis Charles H. box-maker, house 22 Fifth 
Ellis Charles H. 2d, expressman, bouse Eighth, cor. Otis 
Ellis Charles L. Mrs. boarding-house, 389 Main 
Ellis David, produce dealer (15 South Market, B.), house 

117 North avenue 
Ellis D. Warren, produce dealer (3 Merchants row, B.), 
house 27 Western avenue [54 North avenue 

Ellis Emmons R. clerk (15 & 16 No. Market, B.), bds. 
Ellis George H. carver, boards 109 Spring 
Ellis John E. upholsterer, boards 109 Spring 
Ellis John G. blacksmith, house 109 Columbia 
Ellis John L. teamster, boards 18 Eighth 
Ellis J. Russell, produce dealer (15' and 16 South 'Mar- 
ket, B.), house 54 North avenue 
Ellis Lambert, grocer, 436 Cambridge, house 56 Elm 
Ellis Lois A. Mrs. house 37 Tremont 
Ellis Martha A. widow of Samuel D. house 109 Spring 
Ellis Mellen F. book-keeper (B.), house 103 Columbia 
Ellis Rodolf, carpenter, house Vine, near Fifth 
Ellis Thomas, laborer, house 55 Amory 
Ellis Thomas, printer (Sat. Eve. Express, B.), house rear 
96 Gore 

ROBERT BACON &, CO., Office 1U) Main street, Carabridgeport. 
Manufacturers of Fine Shirts to order. 


Ellis Thomas F. moulder, house 24 Brooks place 

Ellis Timothy J. bookbinder, boards 24 Brooks place 

Ellis Wm. laborer, house 24 Brooks place 

Ellis Wm. B. teamster, house 18 Eighth 

Ellis Wm. F. brakeman, house 18 Eighth, near Otis 

Ellis W. R. & Co. (Wm. K. Ellis), Boston rolling mill, 

Portland, near Hampshire 
Ellis William R. iron merchant (17 Batterymarch, B.), 

house 17 Irving 
Ellison Chas. E. last maker, 174 Broad way, h. at Boston 
Ellison Nahum, billiard saloon (Alden, B.), h. 31 Pearl 
Ellms George E. salesman, 619 Main, bds. 46 Prospect 
Ellor Nowell, brickmaker, h. Vassal lane, n. Fresh Pond 
Ells Clement E. cabinetmaker, house over 411 Cambridge 
Ells John B. tuner, house 107 Walnut 
Elmes Amos M. stencil cutter (117 Hanover, B.), house 

8 Wright [bridge, house do. 

Elms Geo. H. saloon, and lobster dealer, Bridge, at the 
Elwell James B. night watchman, Bridge, cor. Third, h. 

27 Gore 
Elwood Frank W. student, H. U. rooms 1 Little's block 
Elword Elizabeth, widow of William, house 4 Fourth 
Elworth , employee, B. L. & N. R. R. boards 37 

Wheatland's block 
Emerson Adeline, widow of Chas. house 32 Green 
Emerson Chas. confectioner, 554 Main, boards 32 Green 
Emerson Elijah, tuner, boards 27 Essex 
Emerson Ellius A. student, H. U. rooms 9 Stoughton 
Emerson Fannie Miss, house 22 Coggswell avenue 
Emerson Geo. B. teamster, house 203 Cambridge 
Emerson George D. piano-forte action maker, boards 390 

Emerson Gorham, machinist, house 76 Norfolk 
Emerson Helen F. wid. of Geo. B. house 4 Webster 
Emerson Henry L. trader, house 104 Allston 
Emerson Hester A. Mrs. eclectic pl^sician, bds. 12 Spring 
Emerson Hiram, piano-forte maker, h. 2 Chestnut ct. 
Emerson Mary A. widow of William W. bds. 345 Har- 
vard [school, bds. 345 Harvard 
Emerson Mary F. Miss, teacher, Board man primary 
Emerson Mary H. Miss, matron, Thayer club, 4 Holmes 

place, boards do. 
Emerson Thomas H. (B. P. Clark & Co.), confectionery 

and cigar manuf. 552, 554 and 556 Main, boards 81 

Emerson William C. student, H. U. rooms 9 Stoughton 
Emerson William H. clerk (75 Commercial, B.), h. 341 


Harvard Square. 


Emery Geo. L. blacksmith, house 123 Washington 
Emery Herbert, clerk (B ; ), boards 295 North avenue 
Emery Margaret Mrs. house 13 "Webster avenue 
Emery Mark B. clerk, 442 Harvard, bds. r. 8 Holyoke 
Emery Woodward, lawyer (4 Pemberton sq. B.), boards 

48 Brattle 
Emmel Charles, carver, house 52 Winter 
Emmons L. cooper, boards 59 Moore 
Emory Geo. blacksmith, house 123 Washington 
Emory Wm. H. printer, boards 46 Holyoke 
Endicott Henry (Allen & Endicott), boiler maker, 356 

Main, hous ■ 28 Columbia 
Endres George, carver, house 103 Cambridge 
England James, carpenter, boards 47 Cedar [Norfolk 

Engley Wm. F. counsellor, 573 Main, h. 2d arbor, r. 41 
English Ed. D. glass-maker, house 40 Winter 
English Margaret Mrs. dress-maker, h$>use 40 Winter 
Ennis James, baker, boards 11 J Lopez 
Enos Antoine, foreman, sand papering r'm. F. Geldowsky, 

house 1 Fifth 
Enos Antoine, sand paperer, Woodbury & Co. 
Enos Antoine, oil finisher, boards 26 Vine 
Enos John, cabinet maker, F. Geldowsky's, h. at Boston 
Enos John L. oil finisher, house 26 Vine 
Enos Joseph, laborer, house 42 Spring 
Enouye Yoshikatsu, law student, rooms 10 Hotyoke House 
Ephraim Joseph H. cigar maker, house 110 Fourth 
Eppler Charles, at North, Merriam & Co/s house 240 

Ernesto Bianchini, sawyer, F. Geldowsky, h. at Boston 
Ernst Harold C. student, H. U. rooms 4 Gray 
Ernst Louis, barkeeper, boards 206 Green 
Estabrook Joseph D. clerk (37 Franklin, B.), h. Wash- 
ington avenue, corner Arlington 
Estabrooks Fredk. carbuilder, bds. Mrs. Richardson's, 

Estabrooks John A. student, H. U. rooms 22 Gray 
Estes Eugene, cabinet maket (Charlestown), h. 119 Otis 
Estes Ivorv P. hardware and stoves, 30 Brighton, house 

865 Main 
Estes Johnson, cabinet maker (Charlestown), h. 119 Otis 
Estes Nancy G. Miss, dress-maker, 3 Hyde's blk. 603 

Main, boards 1 Chestnut place 
Estes Susan, widow, house 119 Otis 

Estey Jonathan L. proof-reader, house 2 Antrim [ard 
Estey Joshua B. clerk (269 Washington, B.), h. 16 How- 
Estey Wm. H. reporter, house 2 Antrim 
Esty Elizabeth Mrs. house 27 Jay 

J. S. SAWYER, GRAVEL ROOFIXG, No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 
Main street, Cambridge-port. 


Etherington Thomas, carpenter, house 3 Essex court 
Etter Herbert (Cameron & Etter), blacksmith and car- 
riage builder, 496 Main, house 512 Main 
Etter Charles S. teamster, house 6 Cherry [do. 

Eustace Alexander, groceries and provision, 83 Main, h. 
Eustis Frank I. clerk (Nay lor & Co. B.), bds. 29 Kirkland 
Eustis Henry L. professor of engineering in the Lawrence 

Scientific school, H. U. house 29 Kirkland 
Eustis Henry S. boards 29 Kirkland 

Eustis Julian J. clerk (Naylor & Co. B.), bds. 29 Kirkland 
Eustis Leonard, compositor, Riverside, house at Boston 
Eustis Wm. E. C. student, Scientific school, rooms 45 

Evans Eldridge, machinist, boards 866 Main 
Evans Elizabeth Mrs. house 7 Harrison 
Evans George S. compositor, University Press, h. 17 Gerry 
EVANS HENRIETTA MISS, dressmaker, boards 150 

Mt. Auburn] • 
Evans Henry, glass-cutter, house 94 Gore 
Evans Horatio D. salesman, Ireland & Smith, boards 

866 Main 
Evans John H. teamster, house 82 Harvard 
Evans M. Lizzie Miss, teacher, Mason Primary school, 

boards 17 Baldwin 
Evans Pierce, law student, rooms 7 Gerry 
Evans Richard, gardener, house 24 Harrison court 
Evans William, carriage trimmer, house 150 Mt. Auburn 
Evans Wm. H. tailor, house Green, near Putnam 
Eveleth William H. superintendent college grounds, house 

6 North avenue 
Everett Charles C, Bussey professor of Theology, H. U. 

house 53 Garden 
Everett Edward F. book-keeper (38 Devonshire, B.), 

house 14 Shepard 
Everett Eliza J. widow of George, house 16 Pleasant place 
Everett Erastus D. dry goods (236 Hanover, B.), house 

94 Prospect 
Everett Emily Mrs. house 23 Berkeley 
Everett Oliver C. Rev. clergyman, house 64 Mt. Auburn 
Everett Oliver H. student, H. U. rooms 55 Thayer 
Everett Wm. tutor in Latin, H. U. house 16 Holmes place 
Everett Wm. A. house 23 Berkeley 

Ewell Charles, piano-forte key-maker, house 41 Franklin 
Ewell Charlotte A. Miss, teacher, Shepard grammar school, 

boards 41 Franklin 
Ewell Jas. P. piano-forte key-maker, house 56 Franklin 
Ewell Thomas B. clerk, boards 41 Franklin 
Ewer Clara G. widow of Geo. F. house 30 Norfolk 

street, Cambridgeport. 


FACEY JOHN P. printer Riverside, house 12 Fremont 
Facteau Joseph, tanner, house Clay, near Harvey 
Fagan Henry, moulder, house 42 Pine 
Fagan James, laborer, house 17 Irving place 
Fagan James H. moulder, boards 42 Pine 
Fahy John L. grocer, 89 Fifth, house do. 
Fairbairn John, pedler, house Seventh, near Otis 
Fairbairn John R. upholsterer (112 Beach, B.), house 

Seventh, near Otis 
Fairbairn Thomas, cabinet maker, house 17 Washington 
Fairbank Alfred T. book-keeper (52 School, B.), boards 

14 Chestnut 
Fairbank Anna C. widow of Elbridge, house 14 Chestnut 
Fairbank George E. merchant tailor (52 School, B.), 

boards 14 Chestnut 
Fairbank Joseph B. V. house 49 Mt. Auburn 
Fairbanks Edwin, house Chestnut, near Pearl 
Fairbanks Olive E. Miss, assistant teacher High School, 

boards 29 Everett 
Fairfield Edward T. roofer, house 71 Columbia 
Fairfield Mrs. widow, house 6 Antrim 
Fallar Benedict, oil polisher, hcuse 57 Charles 
Fallen Patrick, teamster, house Jackson, near Harvey 
Fallon Ann, widow of Patrick, house 3 Hamilton 
Fallon Bridget, widow, house 234 Franklin 
Fallon Brine, laborer, house Valentine, near Brookline 
Fallon Christopher, stone-cutter, house 234 Franklin 
Fallon John, laborer, house 14 Fremont 
Fallon John, laborer, house 47 Reed 
Fallon John, painter, house 15 Irving place 
Fallon Martin, painter, house 23 De Wolf 
Fallon Michael, laborer, house 3 Hamilton [ber wharf 

Fallon William M. painter, house De Wolf, opposite lum- 
Falls Alonzo, engineer B. L. & N. R. R., house Third, 

corner Cambridge 
Falls Geo. S. engineer, L. R. R. house foot East 
Falvy Delia S. widow of Patrick, house 71 Brighton 
Falvy Michael, laborer, A. McDonald, Mt. Auburn, h. do. 
Farland Susan E. Miss, dressmaker, rear B. H. Richard- 
son's, Harvard square, boards 39 Holyoke 
Farley Gustavus, broker (2 Change avenue, B.), house 16 

Farley Thomas, bar tender, 309 Cambridge, boards do. 
Farlow John W. student, H. U. rooms 62 Thayer 
Farmer Frank L. machinist, house rear 134 Broadway 
Farmer Jesse, coppersmith (69 Merrimac, B.), house 14 

Prospect [29 Mellen 

Farmer John P. jr. provisions, etc. 13 Harvard row, house 

GEO. B. JAMES & CO., Lumber. Wharves, junction Bridge 
and Cambridge streets, East Cambridge. Boston office 14 State 
street. Spruce frames sawed to order. 


Farmer Richard J. R. carriage-smith, Henderson Brothers, 

boards Porter's Hotel 
Farnam Sylvester, machinist, boards 47 Windsor 
Farnham Aaron, boards 865 Main 
Farnham Geo. Y. teamster, house 247 Broadway 
Farnham John C. auctioneer and real estate agent (31 

State, B.), and 5 Harvard square, house 8 Story 
Farnsworth Chas. H. surgeon and homoeopathic physician, 
house 170 Cambridge [pect 

Farrar Edward E. machinist, house Cambridge, near Pros- 
Farrar Warren B. hackman, boards 8 Eliot 
Farrell Garrett, gardener, house 73 Inman [Somerville 
Farrell John, blacksmith B. & L. R. R. shop, house at 
Farrell John, glass blower, boards Mrs. Susan Day's, 
Cambridge [house 32 Walnut 

Farrell John H. (Farrell & Mullin), grocer, 623 Main, 
Farrell Martin, teamster, house Second, near Cambridge 
Farrell Matthew, baker, house Jefferson, cor. Warren 
Farrell Matthew, glass blower, boards Mrs. Susan Day's, 

Farrell Matthew 2 laborer, house 49 Harvard 
Farrell Micah J. agent (C. Wakefield's, B.), h. 116 Auburn 
Farrell Thomas, tailor, 138 Bridge, house do. 
Farrell & Mullin (John H. Farrell and Peter Mullin), gro- 
cers, 623 Main [house 24 Rockwell 
Farren Patrick H. carver (Chickering's Piano Factory, B.), 
Farrington Charles R. clerk (Jackson, Mandell & Daniell, 
B.), boards 872 Main [872 Main 
Farrington Josiah C. R. printer, house Dunham's block, 
Farrington Thomas F. bookbinder, house 100 Hampshire 
Farris James E. watchman, house 92 Fourth [Brighton 
Farry Patrick, laborer, house Beckett's block, rear 78 
Farwell George T. express driver, boards 47 Mt. Auburn 
Farwell James K. superintendent Cambridge Cemetery, 
house 273 North avenue [B.), house 114 Prospect 
Farwell Joseph R. commission merchant (2 Commerce, 
Farwell Stephen T. Mrs. house 101 Preston [Watertown 
Farwell William E. c'erk, Hubbard's wharf, house at 
Fatal John J. furniture, 450 Cambridge, house 7 Lincoln 
Faucon Gorham P. student, H. U. rooms 64 Mt. Auburn 
Faulkner Francis C. student, H. U. rooms 24 Stoughton 
Faulkner Thaddeus, plasterer, boards 69 Mt. Auburn 
Favor Claudius M. driver, Thurston, Hall & Co. house 

127 Norfolk 
Favor Jas. M. driver, Thurston, Hall & Co. h. 94 Norfolk 
Favor Joseph C. machinist, F. Draper & Co. East Cam- 
bridge, house 62 Sacramento 
Fawcett Samuel H. house 21 Avon 

J. FORD & SON, Harvard Square, have every facility for doing 
general job printing. 


Fawcett William S. clerk, 413 Cambridge, house 408 do. 

Faxon Daniel, blacksmith, house 98 Fourth 

Faxon Ruth H. Miss, teacher, Thorndike Grammar school, 

house 98 Otis 
Faxon Walter, assistant, Zoological Museum, bds.7 Sumner 
Fay Bartholomew, laborer, house rear Easl, near Bridge 
Fay Edward P. car trimmer, boards 18 Harrison avenue 
Fay Isaac, house Antrim, near Cambridge 
Fay Maria D. Miss, house 10 Garden 
Fay Patrick, stone cutter, house 3 Pioneer court 
Fay Thomas, laborer, house 7 Water 
Fay Thomas, upholsterer (Albany car shop, Allston), 

house 18 Harrison avenue 
Fears Josiah, clerk, house 82 River 
Fee Thomas, coachman, house 35 Banks 
Fecto Moses, currier, bds. North ave. near Arlington line 
Feeley Patrick, boot and shoe maker, 85 Main, h, at Boston 
Feeney Edward, laborer, house Bell ct. near Allston 
Felix Frank, laborer, house McCabe, near Jefferson 
Fell Thomas, cooper, house 6 Squire's court 
Fellows B. Frank, foreman. F. A. Kennedy's, h. 500 Main 
Fellows Charles M. grocer (Batterymarch, B.), house 63 

North avenue 
Fellows Cyrus, house 97 Concord avenue 
Fellows Frank C. clerk (Summer, B.), bds. 53 North ave. 
Fellows Isaac, cooper, house 107 Hampshire 
Fellows John H. (Burton, Fellows & Co.), brush manufac- 
turer, Gore, near Bridge and (21 Exchange, B.), house 
106 Ellery [8 Sixth 

Fellows John H. jr. bookkeeper (21 Exchange, B ), house 
Fellows Joseph, machinist, boards Broadway, c. Norfolk 
Fellows Oshea P. driver, Thurston, Hall & Co. house 51 

Fellows Thomas H. house 28 Cherry 
Felt Charles W. flour (29 Commercial, B.), h. 60 Norfolk 
Felt George W. horse-shoer, Cambridge, near Bridge, h. 

165 Cambridge 
Felt Irwin G. (Felt & Collins), carriage smith and wheel- 
wright, 16 Cambridge, bds. 165 Cambridge 
Felt John B. organ maker, 426 Main, house 73 River 
Felt & Collins (Irwin G. Felt and Joel S. Collins), car- 
riage smith, 16 Cambridge 
Felton Cornelius C. house 14 Ware 
Felton Thomas C. student, H. U. rooms 43 Weld 
Fenelon Michael F. apothecary (206 Cambridge, B.), h. 

158£ Otis 
Fennelly Patrick, baker, house 8 Lopez 
Fenner Mary E. widow, house 34 Auburn 

No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 Main street, Cambridgeport. 


Fenollosa Ernest F. student, H. U. rooms 36 Gray 
Fenollosa William S. student, H. U. rooms 36 Gray 
Fenton Ira B. clerk, boards 293 Broadway 
Fenton Joseph, laborer, boards 127 Prospect 
Fenton Patrick, carpenter, house 18 Reed 
Ferdinand Jasper F. attorney, house 80 Green 
Ferdinand Jasper L. W. messenger, Maverick Bank (15 

Devonshire, B.), house 80 Green 
Ferdinand Lorrin W. messenger (Maverick Nat. Bank, B.), 

house 80 Green 
Ferguson Frank, carpenter, house 89 Elm 
Ferguson John, carpenter, house 6 Baldwin's court 
Ferguson Thomas T. constable, house 22 Coggswell ave. 
Ferguson William, steam-fitter, h. Brookline, n. Valentine 
Fern Otis L. liquor dealer (161 Blackstone, B.), house 

56 Western avenue 
Ferrel William, U. S. coast survey, rooms 40 Winthrop 
Ferris Edward M. student, H. U. rooms 47 Gray 
Ferris Frank F. pressman, boards 12 Dunster 
Ferris John, carpenter, boards 24 Dunster 
Ferris Lawrence, laborer, house 42 Spring 
Ferris Thomas, pedler, house Rideout, near Jefferson 
Ferry Patrick, brass-worker, house 127 Elm 
Ferrygood John, printer, boards McAuley's, Rockwell 
P'ertig Charles, fresco painter, house 16 Gore 
Fessenden Almira, widow of Ichabod, h. 34 Mt. Auburn 
Fessenden Chas. L. dry goods (lo6 Hanover, B.), house 

27 Prospect [Boston 

Fessenden Elizabeth M. teacher, High School, boards at 
Fessenden Franklin G. instructor in French, II. U. rooms 

24 Gray's Hall [Mt. Auburn 

Fessenden Frederick H. conductor, U. R. Co. house 34 
Fessenden George R. student, H. U. rooms 34 Holyoke 

Fewkes Jesse W. student, H. U. rooms 50 College 
Fiel Geo. T. hardware (85 Cambridge, B.), house 10 

Green [U. rooms 30 College House 

Field Alfred W. assistant in the Chemical Laboratory, H. 
Field Chauncy H. machinist, house 40 Washington 
Field Eunice W. Miss, teacher, Holmes primary school, 

boards 1 2 Ash court 
Field George, house 9 Chauncy 
Field Geo. G. president (Union Mutual Fire Insurance Co, 

39 Court, room 2, B.), house 9 Chauncy 
Field James, glass-cutter, house 123J Windsor 
Field Marcus H. law student, boards 353 Harvard 
Field Richard P. piano-forte maker, house 16 Clark 
Field R. R. organ maker, 101 Gore 

street, Cambridgeport. 


51 Hanover St., (©pp. American House) Boston, 

Importers, Jobbers and Retailers of 

Yankee Notions, Jewelry, Watches, Clocks, 


Scissors, Shears, Soaps, Perfumery, Stationery, Wax Beads, Venetian Out Beads, Seed Beads, 
Basket Bead*, Silver and Gold Lined Beads, and Lined Be^ds of any co'or, Shopping 
Bags. Wallet?, Dressing Cases, Writing Desks, Jewelry Casus, Work Boxes, 
Hdkf. Boxes, Portfolios, Backgammon Boards, Chess Boards, Chess- 
men, Dominoes, Cribbage Boards, Dice, Dice Cups, Checkers. 

German and French Accordeons, Harmonicas 

Of every style and quality, some of which are very superior, such as Langhammer, Knit- 
lenger, Concert, Richters, and others. No boy with any taste for music should b« allowed 

to grow up without having a good harmonica on which to learn. Music Boxes, line Plated 
and Lacquered Harps. Horns, Trumpets, &c. Also, 

The Greatest Variety of Toys to be found in New Enslaini, 

Or perhaps in the United States, consisting of Spring Horses, Mocking Horses, Hobby 
Horses, Chair Rockers, Roys' Trucks, Trotting Gigs, 3-Whrel Velocipedes, Wagons, Tip 
Carts, Wheelbarrows, Saw Horses and Saws (new), Sleds any style, Base Ralls, Foot Halls, 
Ball Rats. Toy Flags, Bunting Flags, Toy Guns, Drums, 1'op Guns, Revolvers, Pistols, 
Canes, Whips, Garden Sets, all kinds Wooden Rox Toys, Ten Pins, Villages, Farm Yards, 
Poultry Yards, Soldiers, Furniture, &c. 

Of «wames we make a specialty; from Bagatelle Boards, Lozo Pendulum Games, Ring 
Toss, Le Circle, Parohesi, Croquet Sets, Soltaire Boards, Tivoli Boards, down to the small- 
est size games of even' name and kind. Also, Cubic Picture and Alphabet Blocks, Gran- 
dad's, .Johnson's and Hill's Blocks, Excelsior Blocks all kinds, Transparent Slates, Paints, 
Marbles, Dolls, Doll Heads, Doll Hats. Gaiters, Doll .Jewelry, Baby Houses and Fixtures 
complete, Doll Bodies, Kid Arms; in fact any kind of a doll to be found in market, from 
the finest French Doll, with trosseau, down to the tiniest China babe. 

The Toy Department being under the immediate supervision and direction of D. (>. 
GOODRICH, Esq., formerly well known as the proprietor of the Roston Bazaar, 'M2 
Washington Street, and the king of the toy trade. 

Whose services have been secured not wholly for show, 
Thau whom the wants of the customers better can know — 
For 'tis he's well adapted to deal out, the Toys, 
Who takes pleasure in pleasing t'lie girls and the boys. 

Customers can feel assured no pains will be spared to satisfy all their wants in the Toy 
line. Dolls dressed to order, &c, &c. 

Kemember the Store, No. 51 EJanovcr St., oj>». American House, Boston. 

HOX^-A-O^S DE».A.^tt. TUT IXODES efts OO- 

Are also Proprietors of the 

1EE11EEJI flHTflUNL Still 


Late of Washington Street, and solicit all kinds of Job Printing, which - will be done with 
neatness and despatch, at the lowest rates. This leaf, printed at this Office, of which J. I). 
Ronnklt,, Es»q., is foreman, will ser/e as a specimen of our work, yet any job any office 
can do, so can we. Give us a call and a. job, then you can see how it is yourself. 

Also Publisher of the Penny Street Ballads, ho universally sold throughout the United 
States and the New Dominion. Entrance 53 Hanover Street. 


Dealer ir\ I^eal Estate, ar\d Builder, 

Will sell Building Lots on Jenny Lind Avenue, or on Partridge (proposed) Avenue, in 
rear of Jenny Lind Avenue; Lots on Broadway; also <piite a number very beautiful House 
Lots on land recently purchased by him on Highland Avenue, opposite new High School 
Building and Fire Engine House; lots on Walnut St., Summit, Pleasant, Vinal, and 
Grand View Avenues Also, Dwelling Houses on Jennj Lind Avenue, Somerville; Houses 
in Chelsea, Fast Roston, Fast Lenox Street, Webster Court, and Columbus Ave., Roston. 

Also, Houses and House Lots in the (new) enterprising village of Wollaston, on Wollas- 
ton Heights, near Quincy, and a mile only from Roston line, on one of the finest locations 
in the United States or perhaps in the world House lots any size or at any price almost, 
yet all the laud is restricted that no objectionable person can get any foothold. A great 
inducement to settle there is a free pass to and from Roston on O. C. & N. R. R. for three 
years for persons who own a house and live there. 

51 Hanover Street, - - Opp. American House. 

Importers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

Fine Gold Jewelry, G-old Plated Jewelry 

Whitby Jet Jewelry, Spar, Shell and Horn and every variety of Jewelry in market. 


From Waltham Watch Company and other American and Foreign manufacturers. 


French Parlor and Mantle Clocks of a great variety of patterns; also, Marble, Bronze, 

Rosi wood, Walnut, Mahogany, and other fancy patterns, many of which are 

manufactured at our oicn Factory, at Bristol, Conn., as "well as 

many styles Regulators and Office Clocks. 

Bronze Statuary and mantel and Clock Ornaments in Variety, 


A full line REED & BARTON'S, Meriden Silver-Plate Co's, and other Silver-PIated 
Castors, Ice Pitchers, Cake Baskets, Tea Sets* Goblets, Mugs, Cups, Card Baskets, etc. 

Rogers Bros.' best Plated Forks, Spoons, Ladles, Ac 

And a full line of Plated Ware of every description. Steel and Plated 


Scissors and Shears, In every variety of style and quality, of our own importation. 

Stationery, a full line of* Paper, Envelopes, «Stc. 

Ladies' and Gents' Shopping Bags and Wallets, 

Of every description, of any size, style, color, or at any price or quality. 


From Colgate, Jesse Oakley, and other celebrated Soap Manufacturers, as Castile, Honey, 
Glycerine; and tine Soaps, as Cashmere Bo met, Aromatic, Transparent Balls, etc. 


Bohemian, Parian, Lava, China, and other Vases, Toilet Sets, Cologne 
Sets, Match Boxes, Jewel Boxes, Card Baskets, Goblets, &c., &c. 

Manufacturer* oTFartridjj'-'B celebrated "Favorite" South American Earth Pens; also 
Partridge's celebrated Pin Siuck and Gold-Eyed Needles, Partridge's Lead Pencils, Toy 
Saws and Bucks, .Johnson's Patent Cottage House. 

Toys of Every Description. 

(For detailed account see next page. J 

The Jewelry Department of this House being conducted by BENJ. F. HUNT, Jr. Esq. 
the junior partner of the firm, who is well known in this community, (having been in tins 
establishment for many years) customers can rely on any statement in regard to Diamonds, 
Jewelry, Watches, or other tine goods purchased from him or those in his employ. 
Diamonds set and Jewelry made to order. 

- Remember the Place, 


(Directly opp. American House.) 


Field Roderick D. carpenter, house Pioneer place 
Fielding Dennis J. boiler maker, house 85 Vine 
Fielding Thomas, civil engineer, house 17 Windsor 
Fierto Joseph, cabinet maker, house 129 Bridge 
Fi field Abiel F. water registrar, Cambridge Water Works, 

City Hall, boards 70 Spring 
Fifield George E. gilder (Sudbury, B.), boards 70 Spring 
Fifield George W. overseer, U. R. Co. house 70 Spring 
Fifield James H. clerk, City Hall, boards 70 Spring 
Fifield John F. conductor, U. R. R. boards 70 Spring 
Fifield John H. foreman, Beal & Hooper's, Cambridge, cor. 

First, house at Everett 
Figgins Joseph, plasterer, boards 26 Charles River 
Files Louisa, widow of Joseph, bds. Lewis H. Bryant's, 

rear Linnsean 
Files William H. P. painter, house 420 Main 
Fillebrown Amos, house 131 Cambridge 
Fillebrown Andrew, painter, 5 Eaton, house 453 Cambridge 
FILLEBROWN CHARLES, painter, 5 Eaton, house rear 

66 Norfolk 
Fillebrown Elizabeth Mrs. house 10 Webster 
Fillebrown Henry S. glass-engraver, h. r. 126 Thorndike 
Fillebrown Samuel, painter, 457 Cambridge, house 453 

Cambridge [16 Arlington 

Fillebrown William, boots and shoes (134 Court, B.), h. 
Finan Bartholomew, machinist, bds. 4 Jordan place 
Finan James, machinist, house 4 Jordan place 
Finan John, shoemaker, boards 2 South 
Finck Henry T. student, H. U. rooms 1 7 Dunster 
Fincke Frederick G. student, H. U. rooms 5 Gray 
Finglisson .Julius, carpenter, boards 10 Eliot 
Finley David, plasterer, bds. Mt. Auburn, cor. Willard 
Finley John, glass-cutter, boards 94 Gore 
Finmore Charles, cooper, house 50 Amory 
Finn Anthony, shoemaker, house Third, near Gore 
Finn James, marble worker, 80 Main, house at Boston 

Finn Michael, Page's box factory, house Lopez, n. Pearl 
Finnegan Hugh, blacksmith, house 247 Broadway 
Finnegan John, blacksmith, house 427 Cambridge 
Finnegan John, cabinet maker, house 14 Eighth 
Finnegan Patrick, carpenter, house 231 Franklin 
Finnerty Daniel, laborer, house 4 Hastings 
Finnerty Thomas, coachman, house 4 Antrim 
Finnurwin Martin, laborer, h. Allston, n. Fort Washington 
Finney Catherine, house 374 Main 
Finnev Edward, brush finisher, house 374 Main 
Finney James, brass finisher, house 34 Clark 

ROBERT BACON &, CO. 45 West street, Boston. Patterns cut 
and materials for Shirts furnished. 



Finney Thomas, biass finisher, house 347 Main 
Finnick Joseph, provision dealer, house Garden court 
Finnick Richard, horse dealer, h. rear Lopez, near Pearl 
Finucawa John A. cabinet maker, house 66 Vine 

Tilton, pies., Main, corner Prospect 
Fischer Albert, currier, house Harvey, near Clay 
Fischer Ferdinand, currier, Tannery, house 380 North ave. 
Fischle F. machinist, boards 57 Gore 
Fish Albert F. moulder, boards 6 Pioneer place 
Fish Charles B. laborer, boards 6 Pioneer place 
Fish Frederick P. student, H. U. rooms 49 Matthews 
Fish Isaac, blacksmith, house 4Cowperthwait 
Fish John B. overseer Bird's foundry, house 6 Pioneer pi. 
Fish Moses W. com. mer. (New York), house 44 Cottage 
Fish William R. civil engineer (66 State, B.), boards 44 

Fisher Emery B clerk, P. O. (B.), h. rear 9 Tremont 
Fisher Gardner P. clerk (B.), boards rear 9 Tremont 
FISHER GEORGE, editor and proprietor "Cambridge 

Chronicle,*' 573 Main, house 721 Main, corner Lee 
Fisher Henry, moulder, house 182 Broadway 
Fisher Howard, stone cutter, boards 135 Main 
Fisher Lavinea, widow of Pitts, boards rear 9 Tremont 
Fisher Lawrence, currier, house 43 Reed 
Fisher Lewis E. clerk, Prospect House, 596 Main, bds. do. 
Fisher Samuel T. student, H. U. rooms 50 Weld 
Fisher William G. boards Fresh Pond Hotel 
Fisher William G. jr. proprietor, Fresh Pond hotel, Fresh 

Pond lane, house do. 
Fisk Hannah, widow of James, house rear 112 Columbia 
Fisk Horace M. boards Prospect House 
Fisk'James C. (15 Congress, B.), house 32 Quincy 
Fisk Lyman B. student, H. U. rooms 19 College 
Fisk Mary E. widow of Henry, matron, H. U. house 26 

Mt. Auburn 
Fisk Walter G. furniture polisher, boards 383 Main 
Fiske Andrew, student, H. U. rooms 42 Matthews 
Fiske Arthur I. tutor in Greek, H. U. rooms 6 Holyoke 

Fiske Charles A. house 9 Clinton 

Fiske Charles A. jr. clerk, house 9 Clinton [Berkeley 

Fiske John, author and assistant librarian H. U. h. 4 
Fiske John M. deputy collector (Custom House, B ), house 

139 Oxford 
Fitch Abel, teamster, house North ave. near Cedar 
Fitch Amasa, wood turner, house 76 Sixth [town 

Fitch Chas. A. foreman at Beal & Hooper's, h. atCharles- 

J. FORD & »OX, Harvard Square, print, cards, and all other 
kinds of printing. 


Fitch George A. bookkeeper, boards 7() Sixth 

Fitch Martin, blacksmith, boards 2G Holyoke 

Fitcham Edwin A. house 38 Coggswell ave. 

Fitteman Henry, white washer, house 70 Harvard 

Fitton James H. painter, house 95 Gore 

Fitz Daniel F. counsellor (20 Court, B.), house 69 Oxford 

Fitz Franklin, ship broker (111 Commercial, B.), house 

12 Essex 
Fitzgerald Alfred, moulder, boards 6 Village 
Fitzgerald Ann, widow of Richard, boards John Griffin's, 

Mt. Auburn 
Fitzgerald David E. caterer (122 High, B.), h. 2 Village 
Fitzgerald Edward, fireman N. E. Glass Co.'s, h. 19 Third 
Fitzgerald Edward, barber (B.), house 74 Sixth 
Fitzgerald Edward, harness maker, house East Perry, 

near Pearl 
Fitzgerald Honora, house rear 42 Washington 
Fitzgerald James, laborer, house Warren, near Jefferson 
Fitzgerald James, laborer, house 5 Vine 
Fitzgerald James, house painter, house 74 Sixth 
Fitzgerald James H. pressman, boards 21 Lopez 
Fitzgerald John, switch tender, Arlington R. R boards 

140 Dublin 
Fitzgerald John, laborer, house 419 Cambridge 
Fitzgerald John, laborer, boards 15 Sparks 
Fitzgerald John, laborer, house 189 Spruce 
Fitzgerald John Mrs. house rear 198 Bridge 
Fitzgerald John G. moulder, boards 6 Pioneer place 
Fitzgerald John T. periodical store, 412 Cambridge, h. do. 
Fitzgerald Joseph 2d, printer, house 109 Treinont 
Fitzgerald Mary Mrs. house 26 Sparks street place 
Fitzgerald Maurice, foreman L. Kinsley & Co.'s machine 

shop, house rear 42 Washington 
Fitzgerald Maurice, glass worker, house 122 Webster ave. 
Fitzgerald Michael, blacksmith, house 170 Franklin 
Fitzgerald Michael, carpenter, house Court, n. the bridge 
Fitzgerald Michael, house Harvey, opp. Clay 
Fitzgerald Michael, laborer, boards rear 198 Bridge 
Fitzgerald Patrick, laborer, house 12 North 
Fitzgerald Patrick, gardener, house Donnell, near Tuttle 
Fitzgerald Patrick, stone cutter, 45 Main, house Dublin, 

near Spruce 
Fitzgerald Richard, house 21 Lopez 
Fitzgerald Richard A. house 21 Lopez 
Fitzgerald Thomas, laborer, boards rear 198 Bridge 
Fitzgerald Thomas, laborer, house Gore, near Fifth 
Fitzgerald Timothy, laborer, house rear 137 Bridge 
Fitzmaurice Thomas, iron plater, house 98 Third 

J. S. SAWYER, GRAVEL ROOFING, No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 
Main street, Cambridgeport. 


Fitzmaurice Thomas Mrs. groceries, 100 Third, h. 98 do. 
Fitzpatrick Alfred, foreman Osborn's mills, boards 6 

Fitzpatrick Frank, clerk, boards 8 Gore 
Fitzpatrick Frank P. cabinet finisher, house 52 Fifth 
Fitzpatrick Frederick A. collar maker, 10 Arrow, boards 

18 Brighton 
Fitzpatrick James, laborer, house Tremont, n. Cambridge 
Fitzpatrick James, laborer, house 107 Gore 
Fitzpatrick James, provision dealer, 2 Gore, house 8 Gore 
Fitzpatrick James T. boots and shoes, 16 Brighton, h. do. 
Fitzpatrick Michael, teamster, house 41 Pearl 
Fitzpatrick Morgan, house 111 Fourth 
Fitzpatrick Patrick W. brush maker, house 8 Gore 
Fitzpatrick Thomas, boards 50 Fifth [Fifth 

Fitzpatrick Thomas C. ornamenter of furniture, house 50 
Fitzpatrick William, moulder, house 73 Hastings 
Fitzpatrick William H stone cutter, house 57 Brighton 
Fitzpatrick William H. grocer, Hampshire, cor. Columbia, 

house do. 
Fitzsimmons Andrew, laborer, house Jackson, near Spruce 
Fitzsimmons John, laborer, house 208 Frankiin 
Fitzsimmons John, packer, boards 119 Elm 
Fix Augustus W. carver, house 12 Winter 
Flagg Bernard W. student, H. U. rooms 20 Dunster 
Flagg Frank H. wheelwright, 52 Cambridge, house at Som- 

Flagg George E. teamster, house 128 Harvard 
Flagg John P. com. mer. (80 Milk, B ), house 18 Fayette 
Fliigg John P. jr. boards 18 Fayette 
Flagg Samuel, watchmaker, 162 Cambridge, boards do. 
Flagg Wilson, clerk (38 State, B.), house 20 Dunster 

Flagg , packer, Thurston & Hall, boards 29 Cherry 

Flahert}^ Jchn, laborer, house Porter, near Rideout 
Flaherty Martin, stone cutter, house 7 Otter 
Flaherty Michael, painter, house 1 Baldwin place 
Flaherty Richard, hostler, house 15 Sparks [house do. 

Flaig Simon, watches, clocks and jewelry, 162 Cambridge, 
Flamer Evans, laborer, house 45 Hastings 
Flanagan Ann, widow of Thomas, house 11 Tuttle 
Flanagan Johanna Mrs. house Lopez, near Pearl 
Flanagan John, granite worker, boards 9 Rice place 
Flanagan John, laborer, boards Bay, cor. Franklin 
Flanagan John, gardener, house 57 Brighton 
Flanagan John P. bookbinder, Riverside, house 12 Lopez 
Flanagan Kate, Miss, dressmaker, house Lopez, n. Brook- 
line [house do. 
Flanagan Mary Ann, widow of Matthew, grocer, 120 Court, 

CHILDREN'S BOOTS A Specialty. C. D. WILDER, 557 Main 
street, Cambridgeport. 


Flanagan Patrick, boiler maker, house 305 Cambridge 

Flanagan Peter, hostler, house Charles River 

Flanagan William, boot and shoe maker, boards John Dut- 

ton's, McCabe 
Flanders PMmund G. carpenter, house 30 Coggswell ave. 
Flanders Frank B. student, H. U. rooms 27 Weld 
Flanders Frank M. restaurant (4 Cambridge, B.), house 

106 Thorndike 
Flanders Jeremiah, teamster, house 107 Hampshire 
Flanders Lorenzo C. brakeman, B. L. & N. R. R. house 

rear 140 Spruce [ave. 

Flanders Moses G. horse car driver, house 12 Coggswell 
Flanders William H. salesman (29 Winter, B.), h. 9 Front 
Flannagan Michael, carpenter, house 106 Harvard 
Flannery Bridget, widow of Thcfmas, house 35 Vine 
Fleck Matthias, baker, house 123 Fourth 
Fleet Benjamin R. carpenter, house 2L Gerry 
Fleet William, carpenter, house 27 Holyoke 
Fleischer Charles P. butcher, house 152 Otis 
Fleming Evens, brick maker, house 45 Hastings 
Fleming Kate, widow of Nathaniel, house 23 Gore 
Fleming Moses, teamster, house 72 Hampshire 
Fleming Nathaniel, laborer, house 28 Gore 
Fleming Peter, machinist, house t08 Main 
Fleming William B. carpenter, boards 72 Hampshire 
Flemming George N. pressman, boards 99 Norfolk 
Flemming James, moulder, house 287 Cambridge 
Flemming John, carpenter, house 54 Cambridge 
Flemming Mary Jane Mrs. house 99 Norfolk 
Flemming Michael, laborer, boards 159 Broadway 
Flemming Thomas, carpenter, h. Warren, n. Cambridge 
Flemming John, carpenter, bds. D Harrington's, McCabe 
Flemming Thomas, carpenter, house 4 Harrison 
Fler Manuel J. varnisher (B.), house 27 Third 
Fletcher Calvin T. provision dealer (13 Union market, B.), 

house 2 Oak 
Fletcher James H. cabinet maker, house 319 North ave. 
Fletcher Joel W. supt. of agencies (Hope Life Ins. Co., 

B.), house 5 Norfolk [146 Otis 

Fletcher John B. ladder maker, H. Moulton & Co.'s, bds. 
Fletcher John D. flour inspector (L. R. R., B.), boards 48 

Fifth [144 Cambridge 

Fletcher Ruel H. master Thorndike grammar school, house 
Fletcher Thomas F. glass cutter, house 54 Sixth 
Flinn Benjamin F. master mariner, house 52 Pearl 
FLINN EDMUND Jr. painter, 530£ Main, h. 52 Pearl 
Flinn Julia, widow Michael, house 19 Harvard 
Flint Albert S. student, H. U. rooms 33 College 

GE;>. B. JA3E&S & CO., Lumber, junction Bridge and Cam- 
bridge street*, Eist Cambridge. Boston office 14 State street. 
Eastern and Western Lumber of every variety. 


Flint Clarissa, widow Edmund, house rear 99 Cambridge 

Flint Francis, importer of tea (83 Broad, B.), h. 8 Chauncy 

Flint James H. student, H. U. rooms 42 College 

Flood Margaret Miss, house 51 Gore 

Flood Mark, butcher, boards 7 River 

Floyd Baruch C. turnkey, East Cambridge jail, house do. 

Floyd Samuel F. teamster, house Warren, n. Cambridge 

Flynn Bartholomew, laborer, house Reed's alley 

Flynn Bernard, laborer, house 35 Donnell 

Flynn Bernard jr. marble cutter, boards 35 Donnell 

Flynn Edward J. cashier and superintendent (60 Hanover, 

B), house 30 Warland 
Flynn Frank, cooper, boards 77 Gore 
Flynn James, laborer, house 88 Third 
Flynn John, laborer, house 174 Gore 
Flynn John, plumber, boards Main, near Brookline 
Flynn Julia, widow of Michael, house, 19 Harvard 
Flynn Maurice, printer, Riverside, house 14 Somerset 
Flynn Michael, cooper, boards 179 Bridge 
Flynn Patrick, cooper, house 179 Bridge 
Flynn Patrick, laborer, house 35 Vine [Western ave. 

Flynn Patrick Hi" tailor (282 Washington, B.), house 99 
Flynn Thomas, teamster, house 6 East Perry 
Flynn Thomas, laborer, boards 174 Gore 
Flynn Thomas, laborer, house North ave. opp. Tannery 
Flynn Thomas, mason, house Willow place, n. Somerville 

Flynn Thomas, saloon, 85 Harvard, house 87 do. 
Fobes Daniel, confectioner (9Q and 98 Sudbury, B.), house 

11 Orchard [15Mt. Auburn 

Fobes Henry A. wholesale jeweller (8 Bromfield, B.), house 
Fobes Horace, clock repairer, Milk, cor. Cottage, house at 

Somerville [ave. 

Fogert} r James, carpenter, house Cambridge, cor. Webster 
Fogg Andrew, clerk, house 138 Spring 
Fogg Ebenezer, carpenter, house 90 Gore 
Fogg Edwin, machinist, house 6 North Sixth 
Fogg Frank W. comm'l traveller, house 5 Tenney 
Fo<ig William J. G student, H. U. rooms 3 Dolton's bl'k 
Foley Bartholomew, laborer, house rear 55 Amory 
Foley Dennis, bookbinder, house 8 Washington court 
Foley James, laborer, boards 2 Cowperthwait 
Foley Jane, widow of Malachi, house 116 Brookline 
Foley John, laborer, house 103 Webster avenue 
Foley John, laborer, house 80 Third 
Foley John, laborer, boards 46 Foster 
Foley John G. printer, house 83 Wendell 
Foley John J carpenter, house 15U Spruce 

Every kind of printing required by business men furnished by 
J, FOiU> & s>OA, printers, Harvard Square. 


Foley Mary Mrs. house 38 Winter 
Foley Mary, widow of John, house 38 Brighton 
Fole}' Mary, widow of John M. house 162 Dublin 
Foley Michael, laborer, house 176 Gore 
Foley Michael P. laborer, house 2 Willard court 
Foley Patrick, laborer, boards 108 Spruce 
Foley Patrick J. machinist, house 234 Bridge 
Foley Peter G- straw-dresser, house 494 Cambridge 
Foley Thomas H. glass engraver, house 2 Vine 
Foley Warren G. milk-dealer, house 31 Holyoke [Essex 
Folger George H. insurance adjuster (56 State, B.), h. 52 
Follen Daniel, carpenter, house 5 Clay 
Follen James, laborer, house Jackson, near Harvey 
Follen John, machinist, boards 37 Union 
Follen Michael, laborer, house Willow place 
Follen Patrick, laborer, house Jefferson, near Rideout 
Follen Patrick, laborer, house 161 J Broadway 
Follen Thomas, laborer, house 6J- Crane 
Follen Thomas, laborer, house 67 Amory 
Follensbee John P. expressman, boards 12 Wallace 
Follensbee Benjamin A. cabinet maker, h. 194 Harvard 
Foiling Hannah Miss, house 52 Auburn 
Folsom Charles Mrs. house 19 Berkeley 
Folsom Charles D. dry goods and paper hangings, Cam- 
bridge, corner Fifth, house 113 Otis [Otis 
Folsom Charles E. cashier (65 Devonshire, B.), bds. 113 
Folsom Charles W. supt. Mt. Auburn, house Brattle, n. 

Mt. Auburn 
Folsom Dudley, house 46 Prospect 
Folsom Frank W. stone cutter, boards 46 Prospect 
Folsom Hiram W. clerk (Spaulding, Hay & Wales, 3.), 

boards 113 Otis 
Folsom John T. dentist (17 Court, B.), house 22 Avon 
Folsom Mark J. policeman, house 32 Warland 
Folsom Samuel H. in clerk's office Court House, house at 

Fonseca Isaac, gas-meter maker (321 Washington, B.), h. 

Pearl, cor. Main 
Fonseca Phineas, cigar maker, house E. Perry court 
Foote Arthur W. student, H. U. rooms 49 Gray 
Foote George L. banker (7 Congress square,B.), house 352 

Foote J. B. Mrs. house 8 Sacramento 
Foote Luther, house 352 Harvard 
Foran Michael, laborer, H. Potter's, boards do. 
Foran Patrick, laborer, house Franklin alley from 2 Gore 
Foroes Andrevv J. nickel plater, house 114 riDrniike 
Forbes Ann, widow of Patrick, house 121 Pleasant 

No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 Main street, Cambridgeport. 


Forbes Henry D. book-keeper (Bank of the Republic, B.), 

house 315 Broadway 
Forbes Thomas, house 17 Valentine [114 Inman 

Forbes William W. real estate (31 Exchange, B.), house 
Ford Brothers (Dennis and Daniel Ford), carpenters, 54 

Ford Caleb, travelling salesman, house 35 Pearl 
Ford Calvin, machinist, house 652 Main 
'ford Charles R. book-keeper (B.), boards 652 Main 
Ford Daniel, laborer, boards Dennis Ford's, Spring place 
Ford Daniel, laborer, house 323 Cambridge 
Ford Daniel, switchman, house 149 Bridge 
Ford Daniel (Ford Bros.), carpenter, house 287 Cambridge 
Ford Dennis (Ford Bros.), carpenter, house 1 Spring pi. 
Ford George R. printer, boards J. Ford's, Magazine 
Ford Hugh A. teamster, house 245 Mt. Auburn 
Ford James P. watchman, F. Geldowsky, h. 82 Spring 
Ford Jeremiah D. painter, 1 Spring pi. h. Gore, n. Fifth 
Ford John (John Ford & Sou), printer, 1 Dunster, house 

Magazine, corner Lake 
Ford John, fireman, house Woodbury's yard, Second 
Ford John, student, Divinity school, rooms 33 Divinity 

Ford John F. plumber (74 Congress, B.), h. 107 Allston 
Ford John H. (John Ford & Son), printer, house 36 Erie 
Ford John J. laborer, house 419 Cambridge 
Ford John M. clerk (Allston), house 8 Rockwell 
Ford John S. printer, boards 41 Holyoke 
FORD JOHN & SON (John and John H. Ford), printers, 

1 Dunster, corner Harvard square 
Ford Mary A. widow of Howard J. house 29 Hamilton 
Ford Michael, glass-maker, house r. Bridge, n. opp. Short 
Ford Moses, marble worker, boards 17 Sparks 
Ford Timothy, laborer, house 45 Amory 
Ford Thomas, laborer, house 17 Sparks 
Ford William H. cooper, house Rideout, near Porter 
Forg Peter, foreman, Geldowsky's, furniture manufactory, 

house 33 Second 
Forrest James, painter, house Banks, corner Flagg 
Forrest Lawrence, painter, house Flagg, corner Banks 
Forrest Robert, painter, Banks, n. Mt. Auburn, h. 8 Banks 
Forristall Joseph, expressman, house 23 Prospect 
Forster Frederick P, student, H. U. rooms 55 Thayer 
Forster Horace W. student, H. U. rooms 21 Tha}'er 
Forsyth James, laborer, Osborn's, house 28 Windsor 
Forsyth Joseph, laborer, house 6 Cowperthwait 
Forsyth Susan, widow of William, house 28 Franklin 
Forsyth William John, teamster, boards 28 Windsor 

street, Cauihiid geport. 


Fortune James, carpenter, 2 Harrison 

Fortune William, laborer, house 101 Harvard 

Fosdick William B. house 44 Williams 

Foss Benjamin D. carpenter, house 162 Harvard 

Foss Charles, cabinet-maker, house l,rear Fisk's block 

Foss Edmund F. carpenter, house 30 Front 

Foss George A. compositor, house 21 Mellen 

Foss Geo. W. foreman, Osborn's moulding room, house 

24 Cherry 
Foss Wm. H. piano action maker, house 2 Windsor 
Foster Albert H. confectionery, etc , house 107 Columbia 
Foster Alfred D. student, H. U. rooms 23 Thayer 
Foster Andrew, porter (65 Devonshire, B.), h. 44 Tremont 
Foster Charles C house 7 Kirkland 
Foster Chas. H. broker, house 193 Main 
Foster Charles I. provisions, house 30 Hamilton 
Foster C. J. foreman, Beal & Hooper, Cambridge, near 

First, house at Somerville 
Foster Elizabeth J. widow of Charles, house 47 Windsor 
Foster Francis C. counsellor (33 School, B ), h. 15 Oxford 
Foster Frank H. student, H. U. rooms 45 College 
Foster Isabella, widow of Robert, house Foster court 
Foster John, glass-cutter, boards 44 Tremont 
Foster Joshua L. cigar maker, 96 Third, boards do. 
Foster Margaret E. widow of George H. house 4 Crane 
Foster Mary, widow of John, house 44 Tremont 
Foster Samuel, carpenter, house 27 Sydney [Linnaean 
Foster Theodore S. inspector (Custom House, B.), h. 39 
Foster Walter K. concave tire and carriage wheel manuf. 

296 North ave. house do. 
Foster William, carpenter, house Foster court 
Foster William, carriage trimmer, boards 150 Mt. Auburn 
Foster William R. student, H. U. rooms 25 Hollis 
Foster William T. cigar manuf. 96 Third, house do. 
Foulkes Franklin P. student, H. U. rooms 5 Weld 
Fouquet Peter, upholsterer (Cornhill, B.), house Third, 

near Bridge 
Foundation Michael, teamster, boards 9 Sparks 
Fountain Alfred, blacksmith, boards 34 Clark 
Fountain George W. blacksmith, boards 34 Clark 
Fountain Robert L. car driver, house 21 South 
Fowle Edward A. salesman (242 Washington, B.), house 

136 Spring 
Fowle Isaac H, carver, house 136 Spring 
Fowle Matthew, ice driver, boards 41 Cedar 
Fowler Bela G. box maker, boards 3 Pettingill's court 
Fowler FranK A. mason, boards 22 Tremont 
Fowler Helen M. dress maker, 8 Harvard sq. bds. 3 James 

ROBERT BACON &, C'»., Office 440 Main street. Cambridgeport. 
Manufacturers of Fine Shirts to order. 


Fowler Jeremiah, mason, house 22 Tremont 

Fowler John, mason, boards 22 Tremont 

Fowler Joseph B. harness maker, house Spring, n. Fifth 

Fowler Stephen D book binder, house Watson 

Fowler William N. cook, house 3 Dyke 

Fowler Augustus L. confectioner, 554 Main, h. 93 Green 

Fox Chas. E. clerk (93 Summer, B ), bds. 4 Mt. Auburn 

Fox Eben C carpenter, bds. A. M. Higgins, Putnam pi. 

Fox Edward, currier, house Clifton, near North ave. 

Fox Edward P. printer, house 132 Auburn 

Fox Frank, laborer, house 15 Pine 

Fox Geo. J. harness maker (58 Cove, B.), house 3 Orchard 

Fox Jabez, teacher (20 Boylston pi., B.), boards 4 Mt. 

Fox James, house rear 139 Bridge 
Fox James A. (Frank Becker & Co.), florist, Main, house 

Green, near Putnam 
Fox John E. currier, house Clifton, near Spruce 
Fox John L. finisher (Cambridge, cor. Charles, B.), board * 

C>0 Magazine [house 14 Lowell 

Fox Joseph, gardener and jobbing contractor, Mt. Auburn, 
Fox Michael, glass-maker, boards rear 55 Charles 
FOX ROBERT L. B. harness maker, 4 Brattle, house 

56 Mt. Auburn 
Fox Sarah A. widow of Henry H. house 4 Mt. Auburn 
Fox Thomas, laborer, house rear 55 Charles 
Fox Thomas J. harness maker, rear 55 Charles, house do. 
Foxcroft Francis A. Rev. house 17 Arlington 
Foxcroft Frank, associate editor " Boston Journal," 

house Avon Hill 
Foy James, granite worker, A. McDonald, boards Wm. 

Glennon's, rear of yard 
Foy Patrick, granite worker, A. McDonald, h. at Belmont 
Foy Robert, granite worker, A. McDonald, boards Patrick 

Brook's, rear of yard 
Foye Mary Mrs. house rear 34 Brighto n [Brighton 

Foye Maiy A. Miss, dress maker, 8 Harvard sq. h. 49 
Foyt Margaret E. Mrs. house 101 Spring 
Francis Eben, clergyman, house 43 Kirkland 
Francis Ebenezer, house 43 Kirkland 
Francis Manuel, laborer, h. McCabe, near Jefferson 
Francoeurs Stanislaus, laborer, house Jackson, n. Spruce 
Frank Charles, ivory carver, house foot of Harvey 
Frankenstcn Isaac, clothing, 411 Cambridge, house do. 
Frankenstein Isidor, pedler, h. Eim, cor. Webster ave. 
Franklin Thomas, works in collar factory, boards 195 

Mt. Auburn [William 

Frary Leroy S. dry and fancy goods, 613 Main, bds. 25 

JOHN FORD & SOJV, Printers, Harvard Square; every variety 
of job printing. 


Fraser Alexander, carpenter, house 26 Third [ville 

Fraser Daniel, cabinet maker, F. Geldowsky, h. at Somer- 
Fraser James, coffin maker, Lockhart's, h. at Somerville 
Fraser James, cooper, boards P. Tracy's, Rideout 
Frasier Daniel E. (Frasier & Smith), 454 Main, house 218 

Broad wa} T 
Frasier William S. action maker, boards 63 School 
Frasier & Sii ith (Daniel E. Frasier and Alpheus K. 

Smith), piano hammer makers, 454 Main 
Frawley John, laborer, house 97 Third 
Frawley Michael, laborer, house 19 Banks 
Fratez Frank, laborer, house 5 Vine 
Fratez Joseph, millman, house 109 Bridge 
Frazier Alexander, tailor, house 2 Nichols place 
Frazier Allen jr. lounges, chairs, etc., 642 Main, h. 647 do. 
Frazier Daniel, carpenter, house 119 Pearl 
Frazier Geo. conductor, B. & M. R. R. h. 119 Thorndike 
Frazier Hugh, tailor, boards 2 Brooks 
Frazier James, carpenter, boards 41 Cedar 
Frazier John, carpenter, boards 41 Cedar 
Frazier John B. carpenter, house 41 Plymouth 
Frazier Simon, cabinet maker, house 119 Pearl 
Frazier William, mariner, house 28 North 
Frazier William S. piano hammer coverer, bds. 63 School 
Frederick Elizabeth, widow of George, h. 131 Cambridge 
Frederickson F. Peter, cabinet maker, house 120 Spring 
Freeman Arsene, cabinet maker, house 57 Winter 
Freeman Bartlett B. painter, house 418 Main 
Freeman Ellen M. Miss, house 4 Holyoke 
Freeman Jane, widow of Nathan, house 363 Main 
Freeman John, glass blower, bds. Mrs. Susan Day's, 

Freeman John S. proof-reader, house 45 Pearl [h. do. 

Freeman Morton, newspapers, periodicals, etc. > 361 Main, 
Freeman Philip, laborer, boards 9 Flagg 
Freeman Wm carpenter, house 224 Broadway 
Freese Woodbury, carpenter, boards 451 Mam 
Freeth William J. printer, Riverside, house 25 Blackstone 
French Alvin T. machinist, boards 39 Windsor 
French Estelle J. teacher, Gannet Primary school, h. at 

French Geo. E. news dealer, 588 Main, house 473 Main 
French George L. fruit (5 Water, B.), house 97 Norfolk 
French John W. mason, house 37 Tremont 
F ench Lucy Mrs. dressmaker, house 586 Main 
French Mary F. Q. widow, house 13 DeWolf 
French Oren B. carpenter, Palmer, h. 3 Mt. Auburn place 
French Samuel W. student, H. U. rooms 40 Thayer block 

J. S. SAWYER, GRAVEL, ROOFIVG, IVo. 1 Hyde's Block, 6J>» 
Main street, Cambridgeport. 


French William A. stair-builder, 49 Trowbridge, house do- 
Fresh Pond Hotel, Wm. G. Fisher jr. proprietor, Fresh 

Pond lane 
Friedhoff Christian W. oil finisher, rooms 28 Fourth 
Friel Hugh F. trunk-maker, house Gore, near Fifth 
Fiiele Christian, blacksmith, house Bristol 
Friend Edward, teamster, house Tannery 
Friend Samuel, laborer, house 41 Reed 
Friend William, expressman, North ave. n. Walden, h. do. 
Frier Adolphus S. hardware (85 Cambridge, B.), house 

41 Pleasant 
Frost Edmund, house 126 Oxford [140 Brattle 

Frost Edward, civil engineer (10 Pemberton sq. B ), h. 
Frost Eunice, widow of Nathaniel, house 33 Mt. Auburn 
Frost Geo. foreman (42 Cornhill, B.), house 39 Orchard 
Frost Herbert C. boards Wm. Frost's, 132 North avenue 
Frost Wm. house 132 North avenue 
Frothingham Amos T. cashier (Tremont National Bank, 

B.), house 338 Harvard 
Frothingham Nathi. L. student, H. U. rooms 42 Matthews 
Frye James E. provisions, 123 Harvard, house 2 Davis 
Frye James K. P. laborer, boards 116 Spring 
Frye John K. (21 Salem, B.), house 27 Hancock 
Frye Lydia A. widow of Samuel M. house 339 Main 
Frye Samuel B. laborer, house 116 Spring 
Fuller Abraham, book-keeper, house 45 Norfolk 
Fuller Addie R. widow of Richard F. house 13 Hilliard 
Fuller Alfred N. student, rooms 25 Holyoke 
Fuller Arthur 0. student, H. U. rooms 13 Hilliard 
Fuller Benedict, laborer, house 57 Charles 
Fuller Chas. H. painter, boards 1 1 Prospect 
Fuller Charles L. clerk (38 State, B.), house 19 Forest 
Fuller Daniel D. engineer, Mt. Auburn, house 22 Lowell 
Fuller Elias J. produce (13 So. Market, B.), h. 496 Cam- 
Fuller Emma L. widow of Rev. Arthur B. h. 13 Hilliard 
Fuller George, salesman, boards 46 Prospect 
Fuller Geo. C. W. clothing, and gent's furnishing goods, 

561 Main, house 101 Austin 
Fuller George S. hostler U. R. Co. house 7 Fla^g 
Fuller James, plasterer, house 7 Eliot 
Fuller James H. (J. H. Fuller & Co.), hardware and 

kitchen furniture, 2 Hyde's blk. 605 Main, h. 3 In man 
Fuller James H. & Co. (James H. and John Y. Fuller), 

hardware, and kitchen furniture, 603 Main [Inman 
Fuller John Y. (J. H. Fuller & Co.), 603 Main, boards 3 
Fuller Luther, butter and eggs (14 Union market, B.), 

house 36 Cottage 

, street, Cainbridgeport. 


Fuller Lyman I. (Fuller & Hawes), provisions, 515 Main, 

boards 35 Inman 
Fuller Robert N. blacksmith, house 109 Garden 
Fuller Robert O. iron and steel (110 North, B.), house 

Harvard, corner Prospect 
Fuller Samuel D. provisions, 430 Broadway, h. 67 Ellery 
Fuller Sarah Mrs. house 111 Austin 

Fuller Simeon H. salesman, h. Cambridge, opp. Maple ave. 
Fuller William H. paper hanger, house 11 Prospect 
Fuller & Hawes (Lyman I. Fuller and Frank T. Hawes), 

provisions, 515 Main 
Fullerton Alexander, shoemaker, house 15 Hancock 
Fulton John, painter, house 66 Washington 
Fulton John A. house 20 Winthrop 
Fulton Samuel, carpenter, house 82 Oxford 
Fulton Thomas, carpenter, boards 31 Antrim 
Fulton William H. inspector, 621 Main, house 652 Main 
Fultz William H. rector St. James Episcopal Church, 

boards 39 Linnaean [289 Harvard 

Furber Edward H. boots and shoes (126 Pearl, B.), h. 
Furber Frank H. clerk (B.), boards 289 Harvard 
Furbish Annie A. Mrs. house 26 Eighth 
Furbush Elias, stoves, house 9f> Harvard 
Furfey Hugh, mat-maker, house 20 Somerset 
Furfcy Hugh P. plumber, boards 118 Brookline 
Furfey James, mat-maker, Brookline, n. Erie, h. 118 do. 
Fin fey Michael, mat-maker, house 122 Brookline 
Furfey Richard, mat-maker, boards Lopez, near Pearl 
Furfey William J. clerk, bds. James Furfey's, 118 Brookline 
Furlong Atherton B. clerk (Broad, B.), bds. 44 Austin 
Furlong Isaac A. piano key-maker, boards 44 Austin 
Furlong Orlando I. piano action maker, bds. 44 Austin 
Furlong Stephen C. broom-maker, house 382 Cambridge 
Furness Hannah K. widow of William H. house 4 Arrow 
Furness Robert, cooper, house 1 Eighth 
Furze Elizabeth Miss, house 89 Gore 
Fyfe James, boatman, Fresh Pond Hotel, boards do. 
Fyfe William E. baker, 15 River, house at Allston 

GABRIEL JOHN J. glass engraver, boards G. W. Cald- 
well's, Distillhouse 
GafT James W. student, H. U. rooms 12 Holworthy 
Gaff Thomas T. student, H. U. rooms 14 Weld [bridge 
GafTernny Edward, tinsmith, bds. Mrs. Susan Day's, Cam- 
Gaffey John, teamster, house 36 Spring 
Gaffey Stephen F. coffin maker, house Bridge, cor. Fourth 
Gaffigan Edward (Paulson & Gaffigan), wheelwright, rear 
25 Gore, house Second 

GEO. B. JAMES & CO., Lumber, Wharves, junction Bridge and 

Cambridge streets, East Cambridge. Boston office 14 State street. 

Laths, Shingles, Clapboards and Pickets. 


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Gaffney Anthony, coffin polisher, 2U3 Cambridge, house at 
Gafney James, tailor, boards 2 Brooks [Gnrle-aown 

Gafney John, machinist (Sudbury, B.), h. 41o Cambridge 
Gage Cordelia M. widow of Rudolph, h. »8 Mt. Auburn 
Gage George G. carpenter, house 3 Allston court 
Gage George W. teamster, house 63 Washington 
Gage Mary C. Miss, boards 204 Harvard 
Gage Milton (Woodward & Gage), furniture, North ave. 

near Beech, house Orchard, near Russell 
Gage Nathaniel Mrs. boards F. Perrin's, Concord avenue 
Gaghen Frank, cigar maker, house 6 Antrim 
Gagin John B. collector, house Lechmere building 
Gahm John, varnisher, house rear 200 Bridge 
Gains Jesse, cook, house rear 33 Hastings 
Galaineau Charles, clerk, 432 Cambridge, boards do. 
Gale Cicero C. salesman (148 Devonshire, B.),h. 67 Inman 
Gale George T. pres Nat. City Bank, house 14 Clinton 
Gale George W. printer, house 22 East Perry 
Gale George W. (Gale & Wood), lumber dealer, 69 Main, 

West Boston bridge, house 4 Clinton 
Gale Hezekiah C. teamster, house 29 C^auncy 
Gale Justin E. principal Young Ladies school, 7 Berkeley, 

boards 25 Kirkland 
Gale Stephen W. mason, house 160 Harvard 
GALE WILLIAM T. (Wm. T. Gale & Co.), watches, 
diamonds, jewelry and silver ware (221 Washington, 
B.), house 10 Roseland [lumber, 69 Main 

GALE & WOOD (Geo. W. Gale and Wm. H. Wood), 
Gallagher Cdas. T. clerk Geo. B. James & Co., Cambridge, 

junction Bridge, boards 69 Spring 
Gallagher Frank, laborer, house 123 Webster avenue 
Gallagher Henry, machinist (B.), house 181 Cambridge 
Gallagher Hugh, baker, house rear 382 Cambridge 
Gallagher Hugh T. laborer, house rear 30 Gore 
Gallagher James, milkman, house 94 Webster avenue 
Gallagher James H. sail-maker, house 73 Third 
Gallagher Jane C Mrs. house Cambridge, near Sixth 
Gallagher Lawrence, laborer, boards 159 Broadway 
Gallagher Michael, trunk-maker (B.), house Windsor, near 

Gallagher Neal, pedler, house 115 Fourth 
Gallagher Owen, laborer, house North, near East 
Gallagher Patrick, baker, boards 442 Cambridge 
Gallagher Patrick, moulder, house Fifth, cor. Charles 
Gallagher Thomas, hostler, 155 Bridge, boards do. 
Gallagher Thomas, plasterer, house 103 Webster avenue 
Gallagher William, clerk (30 Winter, B.), h. 181 Cam- 

BILL HEADS neatly printed by JOHN FORD «fc SON, Harv 



Gallagher William, plasterer, 457 Cambridge, house 123J 

Gallaher Edward, laborer, house 15 Murdock 
Gallary Willhim J laborer, house 23 Allslon 
Galligau Patrick, laborer, boards 190 Bridge 
Gallipon Francois, car-driver, house 1^0 Green 
Gallivan James, pedlar, house 36 Foster 
Gallivan John, laborer house 7 Willard court 
Gallivan John, carpenter, house !'5 Spruce 
Gallivan John, laborer, house 26 Brewery 
Gallivan Philip, laborer, house 116 Brookline 
Gallivan Patrick, laborer, house 38 Foster 
Gallivan Thomas, blacksmith, house 15 Sparks 
Galloway Alfred H. teamster, house 3 Gilpin 
Galvin Catherine, widow of Jeremiah, h. 1 Clay, c. Spruce 
Galvin Jeremiah, stone-cutter, house 6 Baldwin's court 
Galvin John, carpenter, house Spruce, cor. Clay 
Galvin John, laborer, house 6 Crane 
Galvin Mary, widow of John, boards 7 Mill 
Galvin Michael J. in press-room, Riverside, house 116 

Galvin Philip J. pressman, Riverside, bds. 116 Brookline 
Galvin William, laborer, house 7 Lechmere place 
Galway William, laborer, house foot of Murdock pi. 
Gammans George G. student, H. U. rooms 52 College 
Gammell Robert I. law student, rooms 5 Phillips place 
Gammon Edwin E. carpenter, house 33 Washington 
Gandy Thomas, roller, house 38 Hampshire 
Gannett John P. master mariner, house 290 Harvard 
Gannett John S. clerk, house 290 Harvard 
Gannett Thomas B. assistant superintendent Revere Sugar 

Refinery (E. Cambridge), boards 3 Dana 
Gannett William W. agricultural implements (49 North 

Market, B.), house 3 Dana 
Gannett William W. jr., student, H. U. bds. 3 Dana 
Gannett Willis W. bookkeeper, house 290 Harvard 
Gannon James H. varnisher, boards 28 Dock 
Gannon John L. painter, boards 80 Elm 
Gannon Patrick, mason, house 80 Elm 
Gannon Peter J. mason, boards 80 Elm 
Gannon Thomas, laborer, house 28 Hastings 
Gannon Thomas, mason, house 84 Elm 
Garagan Almira L. Mrs. house 72 Fourth 
Gardham Jane, widow of John, house Elm, n. Cambridge 
Gardiner Charles F. com. mer. (54 Broad, B.), house 

Forest, near North avenue 
Gardiner John W. baker, 207 Cambridge, h. Seventh st. ct. 
Gardiner Robert H. student, H. U. rooms 19 Stoughton 

No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 Main street, Cambridgeport. 


Gardner Charles, blacksmith, Mt. Auburn, opp. Sparks, 

house at Arlington [Vine, cor. Sixth 

Gardner David A. glass-blower (3 Washington, B.), house 
Gardner Eben S. clerk, 207 Cambridge, h. at Charlestown 
Gardner Elisha P. express, h. Sixth, near Spring 
Gardner Elizabeth, widow of David, house 97 Gore 
Gardner Henry A. carpenter, house 48 Auburn 
Gardner James, laborer, house 29 Fourth 
Gardner Leavitt, house 52 Pleasant 
Gardner Mary, widow of Miles, house 13 East Perry 
Gardner Mary J. Mrs. house 410 Harvard 
Gardner Mary Jackson Mrs. house 9 Dana 
Gardner Peter, laborer, house Cambridge, cor. Warren 
Gardner Richard, laborer, house rear 105 Elm 
Gardner Samuel B. oil manuf. (387 Broad, B.), h.10 Lake 
Gardner Wm. S. (25 Central whf. B ), boards 10 Lake 
Garey Patrick, laborer, house Charles 
Garfield Timothy J. carpenter, house 34 Pleasant 
Garignn Ellen Mrs. ale, beer, etc. 175 Bridge, house do. 
Garland George, cabinet maker, house 93 Tremont 
Garland George 13. painter, house 19 Sydney 
Garland Henry, in Boston rolling mill 
Garland Joseph E. student, H. U. rooms 4 Holyoke 
Garman Samuel W. stndent, Scientific school, rooms 18 

Garrigan Lawrence, blacksmith, house 242 Franklin 
Garrigan Patrick, ice tool maker, J. H. Cutter & Co. bds. 

at Somerville [Highlands 

Garrison Frank J. clerk, Riverside Press, house Boston 
Garrity James, building mover, house rear 49 Harvard 
Garrity John, teamster, Appleton Hubbard, house 10 Cow- 

Gartz Julius, currier, boards North ave. n. Arlington line 
Garvin Edward, house Charles, near Fifth 
Garvin William, horse dealer, house Charles, near Fifth 
Garvin William, laborer, house 103 Fourth 
Gary Joseph, laborer, house rear 125 Court 
Gaskins Abraham, waiter, 60 Brattle, boards do. 
Gassett Augustus, house Columbia, near Market 
Gatcomb Lucy, widow of Daniel, house 50 Spring 
Gately James, laborer, house 1 Cowperthwait 
Gately Patrick, stona-cutter, house 47 Amory 
Gately Peter, marble polisher, house 49 Amory 
Gates Sally, widow of Henry, house 23 Williams 
Gates William H. painter, house 23 Williams 
Gatter Albert, moulder, boards 36 Hampshire 
Gatter Frederick, moulder, house 36 Hampshire 
Gaudelet Alfred, French teacher, house 302 Harvard 

CHILDREN'S BOOTS A Specialty. C. D. WILDER, 557 Main 
street, Camforidgeport. 


Gauhan John, cabinet maker, house 91 Vine 

Gaul Russell, porter, house Lilac court 

Gaul Simon, carpenter, house 166 Main [Pleasant 

Gault Benjamin F. real estate agent and builder, house 85 

Gault David W. oil finisher, h. 58 Bridge [Main 

Gauthier Alexander, carpenter, boards 8 Foster's block, 

Gavin David, carpenter, house 13 Eighth 

Gavin Edward, laborer, house Fifth, cor. Charles 

Gavin Edward, house Charles, near Fifth 

Gavin Frank E. student, H. U. rooms 25 Holyoke 

Gavin Terrence, grocer, Fifth, near Vine, house do. 

Gavin William, carver (Commercial, B.), h. 17 Putnam pi. 

Gavin William E. printer (21 Franklin, B.), boards 17 

I Putnam place 
Gaw James, laborer, house 3 Porter 
Gay Chas. A. assistant city messenger, house 82 Green 
Gay Emma F. widow of Manley S. bds. 26 River 
Gay Francis M. tuner (Charles, cor. Cambridge, B.), h. 
43 Pleasant [Austin 

Gay Franklin, grocer (Gay & Walker), 649 Main, h. 139 
Gay George W. clerk, 531 Main, house 14 Harrison 
Gay G. Henry, bookkeeper, boards 98 Austin 
Gay Joel, machinist, house 87 Wendell 
Gay Joseph, billiard-rooms, 539 Main, h. 69 Walnut 
Gay Seth W. provisions, house 9 Harrison 
Gay William F. house 139 Austin 

GAY & WALKER (Franklin Gay and Weston W. Wal- 
ker), grocers, 649 Maiu 
Gaylord Edson D. dentist, house 21 Worcester 
Gay ton Bernard, laborer, house 163 Spring 
Gayton James, upholsterer (15. ), boards 163 Spring 
Gayton John, silver plater (Sudbury, B.), bds. 163 Spring 
Gayton Patrick, charcoal pedler, boards 163 Spring 
Geldert John M. law student, rooms 39 Brattle 
Geldowsky Ferdinand, furniture manufacturer, Otis, cor. 

First, h. at Somerville 
Gendreau Frank, foreman, Collins & Turner's brick yard, 

h. Waiden, n. Concord ave. 
Genthner Gilmore, tinplate worker, house 80 Fourth 
George Harvey, house 104 Otis 
George James P. box maker, house 51 Pine 
George Jane Mrs. house 28 Mt. Auburn 
George Obadiah, house 375 Cambridge 
Gerald Eben W. teamster, house 411 Main 
Gerard Margaret, widow, house rear 382 Cambridge 
Germain David, laborer, W. Phillips', house 19 Tuttle 
Gerrish Arthur A. upholsterer, boards 94 Tremont 
Gerrish Frank S. student, H. U. rooms 1 Gray 

ROBERT BACOJT &, CO. 45 West street, Boston. Fine Shirts, 
Collars and Cuffs Ready Made. 



Gerrish Frederick, locksmith, house rear 91 Sixth 

Gerrish Henry, furniture maker, house y3 Sixth 

Gerrish Mary A. widow of Samuel, house 20 Lake 

Gerrish Peter, upholsterer, house 93 Sixth 

Gerrish Philip, upholsterer, house 94 Tremont 

Gerrish Samuel, book-keeper (30 Hanover, B.), boards 

Prospect House 
Gerry Elizabeth, widow of Jonathan, boards 89 North av. 
Gerry Frederick A. provisions, Post-Office building, North 

avenue, house 89 North avenue 
Gerry James, cooper, Teele, Howe & Co.'s, Main, opp. 

Windsor, house Bell court, near Allston 
Gerry John, blacksmith, boards Sydney, near Allston 
Gerry John, laborer, house Sydney, near Allston 
Gerry John W. horse-shoer, Elm, corner Tenney, house do. 
Gerry Warren A. book-keeper, boards 89 North avenue 
Genstlouer Frederick, baker, house 106 Third 
Gesler Daniel, foreman, Moloch's bakery (Fleet, B.),h. 

102 Third [n. do. 

Gerten Louis, currier, Muller's tannery, boards North ave. 
Gerts William T. overseer, N. E. Glass Co. house 96 Otis 
Gertz William H. state constable, house 58 Trowbridge 
Getchel Alfred E. teamster, house Coggsvvell ave 
Getchell Elisha B. confectionery and employment office, 29 

Haymarket square, house rear 41 Norfolk 
Gethens Patrick, laborer, house 133 Franklin 
Gibbons John P. book-agent, house 193 Hampshire 
Gibbs Amoiy T. assistant secretary to the president of II. 

U. house Madison, corner Garden 
Gibbs Benjamin W. watches and jewelry, 593 Main, boards 

Main, corner Prospect 
Gibbs Fred T. clerk (B.), boards 145 Washington 
Gibbs Herbert R. proof-reader, Riverside, boards 79 River 
Gibbs James H. cabinet maker, house 2 Williams 
Gibbs Phineas C. expressman, house 145 Washington 
Gibbs Stephen S. car driver, house 2 Williams 
Gibson Eliza H. Mrs. dry and fancy goods, 549 Main, h. 

36 Western avenue 
Gibson Henry, gardener, house rear 43 Norfolk 
Gibson James, brass-finisher, boards 24 Harvard 
Gibson John, laborer, house Eustis court, near Oxford 
Gibson John, gardener, house 9 Dinsmore court 
Gibson Joseph, trader, house 36 Western avenue 
Gibson Joseph P. clerk, house 36 Western avenue 
Gibson Sarah, widow of Thomas, house 5 Sparks 
Gibson William, laborer, house Garden, opposite Wallace 
Gibson William, superintendent gas works, h. 15 Brewer 
Gibson William T. carriage painter, house 11 Willard 

CHECH BOOKS neatly printed toy J. FORD «fc SON, Harvard 


Giddings Samuel, with William Dailey, Cambridge, lodges 

in hack-office 
Giese Rudolph, cabinet maker, boards 86 Spring 
Giese William C. cabinet maker, boards 86 Spring 
Gifford Arthur, laborer, house over 434 Cambridge 
Gilbert Alice Mrs. house 19 Tremont 
Gilbert Avery B. gardener, house 38 Ellery 
Gilbert Benjamin F. bank clerk (B.), house 27 Inman 
Gilbert Harriet, widow of Henr}*, house 77 River 
Gilbert James, teamster, house rear 51 Hampshire 
Gilbert Wm. F. painter, house 81 Inman 

Gilbert , teamster, house 71 Pleasant 

Gilbertson John, stone cutter, boards Pioneer, cor. Main 
GILCREAS CHARLES S. salesman (65 Devonshire, B.), 

boards 57 Franklin 
Gilcreas D Austin, carpenter, house 57 Franklin [Rice 
Gilcreas Hannah, widow of Simeon B. h. North ave. n. 
Giles George, machinist, boards 157 Main [Auburn 

Giles Robert, plumber, boards J. Delano, Brewer, near Mt. 
Giles William, box maker, boards 390 Main [Wdlard 

Gilford Michael, plasterer, boards Mt. Auburn, corner 
Gilkey George E. clerk, boards 45 Coggswell avenue 
Gill Bridget, widow, house 418 Cambridge 
Gill Catharine, widow of William, house 105 Garden 
Gill Christopher C.Mrs, house 74 Thorndike 
Gill George A. stone cutter, boards 105 Garden 
Gill John, watch repairer, Holyoke store, 458 Harvard, h. 

13 DeWolf 
Gill Joseph H. carpenter, boards 105 Garden 
Gill Patrick, laborer, boards John McDonald's, Porter 
Gill Peter F. clothes-cleanser, house 98 Harvard 
Gill William, laborer, house 131 Court 
Gillam Charles H. hostler, house 147 Windsor 
Gillam John E. house 147 Windsor 
Gillespie James, in Boston rolling mill 
Gillespie Philip, laborer, boards 159 Broadway 
Gibson James, brass-finisher, boards 24 Harvard 
Gilligan James H. (cutter) boards 124 Pearl 
Gilligan James, laborer, house 85 Elm 
Gilligan John, laborer, house 113 Elm [Bridge, h. do. 

Gilligan John H. (Gilligan & Quinn), grocer, Fourth, cor. 
Gilligan Patrick, laborer, house 129 Prospect 
Gilligan Patrick J. carpenter, house 2 Spring place 
Gilligan Thomas, machinist, house 79 Gore 
Gilligan & Quinn (John H. Gilligan and James J. Quinn), 

grocers, Fourth, corner Bridge 
Gillis Patrick, carpenter, boards 34 Charles 
Gilhs Patrick, laborer, house 261 Mt. Auburn 

J. S. SAWYER, GRAVEL BOOPLVG, No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 
lUaiu street, Camtxridgeport, 


Gillon John, brickla} T er, house 242 Cambridge 

Gillon Patrick, junk and crockery dealer, 1 1 1 Fourth, h. do. 

Gilloran Patrick, fish-dealer, house 163 Spring 

Gilman Arthur, sec. and treas. Boston Tract Society, h. 

] 1 Mason 
Gilman Edward, grocer, Reed, near Spruce, house do. 
Gilman Edwin W. clerk (56 High, B.), bds 345 Harvard 
Gilman John, carpenter, boards 88 Mt. Auburn 
Gilman William A. (Custom House, B.), h. 345 Harvard 
Gilmartin Patrick, carpenter, boards 33 Bow 
Gilmore Edwin J. organ maker, 101 Gore, house at 

Somerville, [pect 

Gilmore Henry H. supt. Boston rolling-mill, h. 52 Pros- 
Gilmore William, laborer, house 46 Clark 
Gilmore William J. brass-finisher, house 44 Clark 
Gilroy Patrick, laborer, house 162 Otis 
Gilson Frederick, carpenter, house 76 Spruce 
Gilson Sarah E. widow of Charles, h. 30 Western avenue 
Gilson & Walker, last and boot-tree manufs. 174 Broadway 
Ginty Michael, boiler-maker, h. Gray's blk. 95 Harvard 
Girard Lewis F. stereotyper, house 1 Dana court 
Girdler Samuel K A book-keeper (90 Milk, B.), house 74 

Glancy John, mason, house 137 Elm 
Glasgow Ralph, laborer, house 20 Lambert 
Glass Leroy, carpenter, boards 46 Prospect 
Glass Richard, jig sawyer, house 38 Pleasant 
Glazier Frank, laborer, house Spruce, near brick yard 
Glazier George M. (81 Summer, B.), h. 19 Ellsworth ave. 
Glazier Joseph, carpenter, house Inman place 
Glazier Stephen, carpenter, house 26 Brooks place 
Gleason Catherine, widow, house 14 North [Ellery 

Gleason Hannah Miss, teacher High school, bcls. 104 
Gleason John H. finisher, boards 14 North 
Gleason Patrick, laborer, house 33 Union 
Gleeson Daniel, painter, B. L. & N. R. R. house Gore, 

near Fifth 
Glen David, proof-reader, house 3 Madison 
Glenn Jesse Mrs. house Zoological hall, Divinity avenue 
Glenn Thomas, tinsmith, house 11 Holly place 
Glennon William, stone-cutter, A. McDonald, house rear 

of yard, near R. R. 
Glezen Edward K. law student, rooms 19 Hilliard 
Glines John A. coffee, grinder (2 Hay market sq. B.), 

house 24 East 
Glinn Alexander, stone cutter, boards 9 Broadway 
Glover Henry R. (102 Hanover, B.), h. 13 Waterhouse, 

corner North avenue 

street, Cambridgeport. 


Glover John C. provision pedler, house 102 Gore 
Glynn Dennis, laborer, house 14 East Perry 
Glynn James F. moulder, house 37 Washington 
Glynn Lawrence, blacksmith, h. Cambiidge, cor. Hunting 
Glynn Mary J. widow of Andrew, house 9 Rice place 
Goddard George A. law student, rooms 40 Holyoke House 
Goddard John, pressman (Court, B.), house 20 Hancock 
Godfrey John G. bacon (Ferry, B.), house 28 Cherry 
Goddard Henry M. moulder, house 4 Dickinson 
Goddu John B. machinist, house 7 Baldwin court 
Goebel Valentine, cabinet-maker, F. Geldowsky, house at 

Charlestown [138 Gore 

Goepper Bros. (William and Gustavus), barrel dealers, 
Goepper Gustavus (Goepper Bros.), barrel dealer, house 

93 Thorndike 
Goepper John, helper, boards 93 Thorndike 
Goepper Wilhelmina, widow of John, bds. 93 Thorndike 
Goepper William (Goepper Bros.), barrel dealer, h. 93 

Golden Christopher, brass-moulder, house 9 Murdock 
Golden Daniel, cord maker, house 28 Washington 
Golden Elizabeth Mrs. house 9 Murdock 
Golden James F. saloon, 339 Cambridge, house 337 do. 
Golden Patrick, laborer, house 28 Washington 
Golden Patrick J. tinsmith. 411 Cambridge 
Goldrop Frank, grease collector, house Clinton, n. Harvey 
Goldsbmy Forrest, real estate agent, 3 Tremont row, h. 

33 Baldwin [nard 

Goldsmith Wm. H. bookbinder, Riverside, bds. 31 Kin- 
Goldspring Edward, compositor, house 28 Charles River 
Goldspring John, in gas works, boards 15 Sparks 
Goldspring Timothy, plasterer, house foot of Murdock pi. 
Goldspring Timothy, laborer, house Green, corner Bay 
Goldthwait Francis, organ maker, house 29 Market 
Gomes Antoine, oil finisher, house 25 Vine 
Gonce William, station master, Panama R. R. h. 22 Green 
Gonier Peter, laborer, house 37 Sargent 
Gooch Frank A. student, boards 2 Mt. Auburn 
Gooch Joshua G. lumber (Brighton), h. 2 Mt. Auburn 
Gooch Nathan G. lumber (Brighton), also coal (13 Kil- 

by, B.), house 3 Fayerweather 
Good Herman, marble worker, house 8 Harrison avenue 
Good Jeremiah, clerk (107 Milk, B.), house 102 Gore 
Good John P. wood turner, house 18 Bay 
Good Thomas F. glass-cutter, boards 27 Union 
Good Thomas laborer, house 102 Gore 
Goode Timothy, wood-turner, boards 27 Union 
Goodell John S. painter (23 Devonshire, B.), h. 12 Lake 

GEO. B. JAMES & CO., Lumber, wharves, junction Bridge and 
Cambridge streets, East Cambridge. Boston Office 14 State street. 
s hipping Boards, Scantling and Shingles, 


Goodfellow Frederick, house 99 Spring 

Goodfellow S. Percival, machinist, h. 95 Gore 

Goodnow Geo. W. grocer, Norfolk, c. Harvard, house 18 

Tremout [21 Fayette 

Gooduow Joseph, lumber dealer (294 Causeway, B.), h. 
Goodnow Luther, shoe-findings (56 High, B.), house 30 

Concord avenue 
Goodnow Lnvia Miss, teacher, Otis school, bds. 69 Spring 
Goodnow Nanc}', widow of Luther, h. 30 Concord avenue 
Goodrich Arthur L. student, H. U. rooms 53 College 
Goodrich Charles A. butcher, h. 15 Squire's ct. n. Gore 
Goodrich Chas. H. brass-finisher (East Boston), bds. 18 

Goodrich Charles N. student, H. U. rooms 6 Hollis 
Goodrich Mary F. house 20 School 

Goodrich Elijah D. real estate, 555 Main, h. 309 Broadway 
Goodrich George W. (Davis & Goodrich), stone-cutter, 

81 Main, house at Charlestown 
Goodrich Samuel A. printer, house 18 Lake 
Goorrich Silas, house 7 Summer 
Goodrich Wilbur F. clerk, boards 15 Squire's court 
Goodridge Ambrose H. printer, house 48 Cherry 
Goodndge Charles F. grocer (75 Commercial, B.), house 

Hancock, near Main 
Goodridge Charles E. clerk, boards 48 Cherry 
Goodridge Nancy Mrs. widow of Frederick, house 26 Lee 
Goodridge William H. clerk, boards 26 Lee 
Goodridge Oliver H. printer, boards 48 Cherry 
Goodrow Eli E. janitor, Zoological Museum, house 114 

Goodwin Albert, horse car conductor, bds 99 Mt. Auburn 
Goodwin Albert T. carpenter, house 23 Suffolk 
Goodwin Fanny, widow of Peter Y. house 53 Fifth 
Goodwin Frank, counsellor (30 Court, B.), boards 2 Di- 

vinit} 7 ave. 
Goodwin George, laborer, boards 3 Oak 
Goodwin George E. engineer, Riverside, h. 1 Rollins ct. 
Goodwin Hersey B. (217 State, B.), house 8 Follen 
Goodwin James, works N. E. Glass Co. house 43 Winter 
Goodwin John A., M. D. apothecary, Henderson's block, 

North ave. and postmaster and apothecary, North 

ave. near R. R. bridge, house Cottage, cor. Elm 
Goodwin John C. pedler, house Norfolk, near Cambridge 
Goodwin John C. student, H. U. rooms 37 Gray 
Goodwin Moses, horse car conductor, bds. 99 Mt. Auburn 
Goodwin Stephen Franklin, silversmith, h. Seventh st. ct. 
Goodwin Warren, mason, house 53 Fifth 
Goodwin Wendell, student, H. U. rooms 15 Holworthy 

Harvard Square. 


Goodwin William, store keeper, Int. Rev. Sortwell's dis- 
tillery, Cambridge, house 180 Columbia 
Goodwin Wm. bds. Elm, cor. Cottage 
Goodwin William W., Eliot professor of Greek Literature, 

H. U. house 5 Follen 
Googins Eben H. cigar pedler, house 36 Essex 
Googins Thomas B. book-keeper, house 96 Windsor 
Gookin Frank L. compositor, house 13 Brewer 
Gookins George A. carpenter, boards 119 Prospect 
Gopsill John G. student, II. U. rooms 19 Holyoke House 
Gordon Charles E. cabinet maker, house 13 Clark 
Gordon Donald M. bookbinder, bds. rear 13 Charles River 
Gordon Ellen, widow, house 92 Webster ave. 
Gordon George A. bar tender, Broadway House, bds. do. 
Gordon James, compositor, Riverside, bds. 83 Broadway 
Gordon John, compositor, house Kernan's block, rear 13 
Charles River [lane 

Gordon John, laborer, bds. John F. Rogers', Fresh Pond 
Gordon John M. bookbinder, boards rear 13 Charles River 
Gordon John W. teamster, house Norfolk, n. Cambridge 
Gordon Thomas M. machinist, house 75 Third 
Gordon William, mastic roofer, house 33 Auburn 
Gordon William, proof-reader, house 2 Kernan's block, 
rear 17 Charles River [Magazine 

Gore Avery W. junk dealer (160 Canal, B.), house 128 
Gore David (D. & H. Gore), paver and railroad contrac- 
tor, house 61 Market 
GORE D. & H. (David Gore and Horatio Gore), pavers 
and railroad contractors, Court, near Broad canal, 
office (room 6, Traveller building, State, B.) 
Gore Frank D. paver, house 6 Cottage 
Gore Horatio (D. & H. Gore), paver, Court, near Broad 

canal, house at Boston 
Gore William, paver, house 53 Broadway 
Gorham Alfred, cabinet maker, bds. 23 Wheatland's bl'k 
Gorham Alfred, clerk (Sears building, B.), bds. 105 Green 
Gorham Mary H. Miss, boards 105 Green 
Gorham Warner A. truckman, house 8 Avon 
Gorman John, printer, boards 144 Mt. Auburn 
Gorman John, house 226 Bridge 
Gorman John, junk dealer, house 134 Columbia 
Gorman Nancy Miss, house 53 Charles 
Gormley Ann, widow of John, house Willow place 
Gormley James, stair builder (Charlestown), boards Ann 
Gormley's, Willow place [Willow place 

Gormley John, upholsterer (B.), boards Ann Gormley's, 
Gormley John, laborer, house 52 Hastings 
Gormley Robert, laborer, house Deacon, near Dock 

No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 Alain street, Cambridgeport. 


Gortland John C. carpenter, house Hideout, n. Cambridge 
Gorton Isaac W. house 32 Windsor 
Gorton Samuel M. carpenter, house 4 Summer 
Goss Abiel, com. mer. (235 State, B.), boards 67 Otis 
Goudosky Kicodcmus, cabinet maker, h. r. 198 Bridge 
Gould Alfred B. wood moulder, house 25 Winter 
Gould Allen W. instructor in Greek, H. U. rooms 25 Col- 
lege House 
Gould Charles E., U. S. revenue inspector, h. 25 Suffolk 
Gould Frederick L. boards 25 Centre 
Gould Frederic S. student, H. U. rooms 14 Little's block 
Gould George W. (Lucien S. Learned & Co.), manufac- 
turing stationer and printer, house 33 do. 
Gould Gustavus F. cap manufacturer (119 Washington, 

B ), house 46 Austin 
Gould Gustavus O. clerk (19 Water, B.), bds. 46 Austin 
Gould John A. laborer, h. Cambridge, cor. Warren 
Gould John H. in organ factory, boards 54 Fourth 
Gould Mary, widow of Frederick, house 25 Centre 
Gould Reuben B. H. blacksmith, 89 Bridge, house 19 

Wheatland's block 
Gould Robert, carpe'nter, house 147 Cambridge 
Gould Robert H. student, boards 147 Cambridge 
Gould Sarah M. widow of Albert H. house 106 Thorndike 
Gould William, car builder, house Short, near East 
Gould William F. teamster, house 4 Dickinson [shire 

Govan David, case maker, 160 Broadway, h. 102 Hamp- 
Govan John C. cabinet maker, boards 84 Elm 
Gove Abiel S. cooper, house 5 Warland 
Gove Calvin, provisions, 568 Main, house 20 Cottage 
Gove Charles S. beer and mineral water manufacturer (30 

Canal, B.), house 28 Warland 
Gove George G. leather (50 High, B.), house 49 Dana 
Gove Ira L. cabinet maker, house 49 Windsor 
Gove William H. student, H. U. rooms 1 Hollis 
Gowdy Albert V. Mrs. boards 97 Otis 
Goye George, machinist, boards 22 Front 
Grace William, baker, house 25 Banks 
Grady Catharine, widow of Joseph, house 30 Gore 
Grady J. William, painter, boards Main, cor. Austin 
Grady Martin, horse shoer, 133 Main, house 17 School 
Grady Michael A. coffin maker, Lockhart's, h. at Boston 
Graffam Joseph F. stone cutter, house 239 Main 
Graham Andrew, carpenter, house 21 Wheatland's bl'k 
Graham Bernard, blacksmith, house Willow place 
Graham James, laborer, house 14 Vine 
Graham John, slater, 448 Harvard, house Franklin 
Graham Malcolm, pressman, Riverside, house 5 Daye ave. 

street, Cambridgeport. 


Graham Patrick, mason, bouse 93 Norfolk [Brookline 
Graham Patrick, workman Jones' soap factory, house 89 
Graham Thomas, painter, house 2U Mt. Auburn 
Graham Thomas A. mason, house 93 Norfolk 
Grahnm William Rev. clergyman (B.), house 57 Third 
Graham Wm. provisions, North ave. cor. Spruce, h. 46 

Graham William, boards 34 Bigelow [Spring 

Graham William, collector (Brook's, Hanover, B.), h. 102 
Graham William W. machinery (76 Sudbury, B.), house, 

34 Bigelow 
Grahart David, brass finisher, house 68 Vine 
Grahnborn Gustus, laborer, house 1 Broadway 
Granderson William, printer, house 41 Hastimgs 
Grandin Egbert H. student, H. U. rooms 19 Appian way 
Granger James, clerk (242 Washington, B.), h. 96 Gore 
Granger Jas. H. varnisher, 203 Cambridge, h. 198 Bridge 
Granger John, 'varnisher, house 198 Bridge 
Granger Mary, widow of Patrick, house 198 Bridge 
Granger Thomas, upholsterer, house 198 Bridge 
Grannan Wm. gardener, house 227 Franklin 
Grant Alfred S. bookbinder, house 9 Suffolk 
Grant Alpheus, laborer, house 12 Sydney 
Grant Catharine Mrs. house 58 Fifth 
Grant Catharine Mrs. house 80 Harvard 
Grant Charles E., McKay machine operator, h. 23 Lopez 
Grant Daniel, harness maker (21 Eliot, B.), h. 144 Otis 
Grant Daniel, carpenter, boards 11 Eighth 
Grant Edwin T. fruit and produce (12 Fanueil Hall sq. 

B.), house 144 Thorndike 
Grant Geo. A. liquors (42 Central, B.), h. 235 Broadway 
Grant Geo. B. civil engineer, rooms 12 Farwell place 
Grant Henry R. student, H. U. rooms 41 Weld 
Grant James (Grant & Mann), cabinet maker, 78 Main, 

house 50 Union 
Grant James H. last ironer, 174 Broadway, h. at Boston 
Grant John, blacksmith, rooms 42 Second [Cambridge 
Grant John A. harness maker (150 Tremont, B.), h. 168 
Grant Joseph, bedstead maker, boards 6 Hollis 
Grant Joseph, cabinet maker, boards 38 Brookline 
Grant Marcus M. bookbinder, house 12 Sydney 
Grant Nathan W. inason, house 105 Spring 
Grant Patrick, tailor, boards 25 Brighton 
Grant Robert, student, H. U. rooms 5 Holworthy 
GRANT & MANN (James Grant and James F. Mann), 

cabinet makers, 78 Main 
Granvero Adolphus, oil finisher, F. Geldowsky 
Graves Charles E. piano-forte maker, h. 113 Hampshire 

ROBERT BACON &, CO., Office 440 Main street, Cambridgeport. 
Fine Shins, Collars and Cuffs ready made. 


Graves Cyrus E. (Custom House, B.), house Prince, near 

Pleasant [bouse do. 

Graves Elvira S. widow of Henry H. boarding 10 Eliot, 
Graves George A. printer, boards 22 Prince 
Graves Geo. jr. furniture repairer, Fifth, cor. Cambridge, 

house 180 Cambridge 
Graves Geo. W. organ action maker, boards 22 Prince 
Graves Mary E. Miss, teacher, Harvard Grammar school, 

boards 353 Harvard 
Graves William H. carpenter, boards 46 Holyoke 
Gray Asa, Fisher Professor of Natural Historj-, H. U. 

house Garden, near Linnsean [123 Washington 

Gray Charles (George G. Page & Co.), box maker, house 
Gray Charles A. machinist, house 123 Washington 
Gray Edward F. paper banger, house 15 Webster ave. 
Gray Elizabeth Miss, house 107 Green 
Gray Ezekiel, jig-sawyer, house 182 Harvard 
Gray Harriet, widow of William, house 15 Webster ave. 
Gray Henry, plasterer, bouse 4 Hannum's block 
Gray Horace J. clerk, house 19 Webster ave. 
Gray Jefferson J. picture frames, Broadway, n. G. J. R. R. 

office (6 Province ct. B.), house at Boston 
Gray Job S. picture frames, house 83 Clark 
Gray John C. expressman, house rear 8 Holyoke 
Gray John C. house Brattle, corner Fresh Pond lane 
Gray Peter, seaman, house Plymouth, near Webster ave. 
Gray Rebecca Miss, house 107 Green 
Gray Reginald, student, H. U. rooms 34 Thayer 
Gray Robert, book binder, boards 20 Prince 
Gray Stephen, clerk, house 2 Davis 
Gray William, house 59 Auburn 

Grayson Peter, steam and gaspipe fitter, house 52 North 
Greco Letterio C. hair dresser, 3 Essex, house 21 do. 
Greeley William H. commission merchant (Doane, B.), 

hous* 10 Frisbie place 
Greely George, moulder, boards 5 Dickinson 
Greely Leander (Hancock & Greely), carpenter, 113 

Broadway, house 13 Pleasant [Centre 

Greely Philip T. inspector (Custom House, B.), house 13 
Greely Philip Mrs. house 13 Centre 
Green Abraham M. carpenter, house 71 Allston 
Green Andrew J. assessor, house Second, cor. Cambridge 
Green Ansil W. clerk, house 12 Brighton 
Green Catharine P. Miss, teacher, Washington Grammar 

school, boards 6 DeWolf 
Green Charles, tobacco (Cambridge, B.), house 15 Hollis 
Green Charles A. compositor, house 6 DeWolf 
Green Chas. G. clerk (16 India wharf, B.), bds 6 DeWolf 

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Green Charles M. student, H. U. rooms 25 Stoughton 
Green Edward K. seaman, h. 45 Coggswell ave. 
Green Gustavus, laborer, boards 1 Broadway- 
Green Frederick L. student, H.U. rooms 20 College 
Green George W. student, H. U. rooms 44 Weld 
Green Henry T. printer, Riverside, house at Boston 
Green Herbert, student, H. U. rooms 54 Matthews 
Green James D. house 391 Harvard 
Green James H. canvasser, house 159 Columbia 
Green John, shoemaker, Bridge, n. East, h. Gore, n. Fifth 
Green John, laborer, boards 60 Winter 
Green John S. piano-forte maker (B.), house 71 Allston 
Green John W. teamster, house 6 Auburn court 
Green Joseph, butcher, house Montgomery, n. Harvey- 
Green Mary H. widow of Isachar, house rear 99 Green 
Green Nicholas Si. John, attorney at law (27 Tremont 

Row, B.), boards 391 Harvard 
Green Oscar F. stair builder (B.), house 66 Columbia 
Green Patrick, laborer, house 5 Vine 
Green Thomas, laborer, house 29 Winter 
Green Thomas, laborer, house 12 Reed 
Green Walter H. boards 6 Auburn court 
Greene Albert T. hostler, boards 99 Mt. Auburn 
Greene Peter, cabinet maker, house 69 Elm 
Greene Thomas L. tinsmith, house 34 Spring 
Greenleaf Chas. H. machinist, h. Hovey's new blk., Main 
Greenleaf Daniel P. mason, house 15 Suffolk 
Greenleaf Geo. W. plumber, house 106 Pearl 
Greenleaf James Mrs. house 76 Brattle 
Greenleaf Joseph, raasen, house 11 Brooks 
Greenleaf Joseph, millwright, house Fifth, near Cambridge 
Greenleaf Oliver P. mason, basement 571 Main,h. 67 River 
Greenough James, flour dealer (47 Commercial, B.), house 

33 Tremont [way 

Greenough James B. tutor in Latin, H. U. h. 22 Appian 
Greenough Louisa, widow of Horatio, house 42 Quincy 
Greenough William P. flour (47 Commercial B.), house 

330 Harvard 
Greenwood Frederick H. carpenter, boards 11 Inman 
Greenwood Moses, boots and shoes (70 Federal, B.), h. 

303 Broadway [Temple, B.), h. 73 Green 

Greenwood James W. magnetic physician (13 Tremont 
Greenwood Lemuel A. overseer, U. R. Co.'s stables, 201 

Main, house 572 do. [73 Green 

Greenwood William P. hardware, stoves etc., 509 Main, h. 
Greer Hiram, truckman (69 Franklin, B.), h. 32 Second 
Greer Joseph, carriage maker Henderson Bros. h. North 

avenue, near Beech 

J. S. SAWYER, GRAVEL ROOFING, No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 
main Street, Cambridgeport. 


Gregg George G. wood-turner, boards 383 Main 
Gregory Franklin E. (96 Devonshire, B.), h. 6 Maple ave, 
Gregory Fredk. A. clerk (Devonshire, B.), bds. 113 Auburn 
Gregory Frederick W. com. mer. (3 Central whf. B.), bds. 

615 Main 
Gregory John P. agent Union Glass Co. h. 113 Auburn 
Gregory Martha P. widow of Franklin, bds. Main, corner 

Gregory Samuel, clerk, 11 Webster avenue, boards do. 
Gregory Sarah B. Miss, house 21 Trowbridge 
Gregory Thomas B. glass-packer, house 26 North Fifth 
Gregory Wm. F. clerk, house 6 Maple avenue 
Gribbin Mary Mrs. house 9 Baldwin court 
Gridley Eunice M. Miss, house 25 Prospect 
Gridley James F. boards 6 1 Oxford 
Gridley Joanna B. widow of James L. boards 61 Oxford 
Grieves Charles H. brass-moulder, boards 104 Spring 
Grieves Ella R. Miss, teacher, Putnam Grammar School, 

boards 3 Sixth [104 Spring 

Grieves James E. salesman (158 Washington, B.), boards 
Grieves Thomas, glass-cutter (191 State, B.), h. 3 Sixth 
Grieves William H. watchman, N. E. Glass Co. h. 104 

Griffin Andrew, printer, boards 196 Green 
Griffin Anthony, carpenter, house 71 Brookline 
Griffin Charles, laborer, house 14 Dinsmore court 
Griffin Dennis, laborer, house 51 Vine 
Griffin Dennis Mrs. boards 8 Appian Way [at Somerville 
Griffin Dennis C. gents' furnishing goods, 161 Bridge, h. 
Griffin Dennis J. pedler, house Porter, near Warren 
Griffin Eliphalet, carpenter, house 26 Rice 
Griffin Frederick W. student, H. U. rooms 23 College 
GRIFFIN GEORGE H. stoves, etc. Henderson's blk. h. 

Russell, near North avenue 
Griffin James, laborer, house 94 Fifth 
Griffin James A. laborer, bds. J. Connor's, Green, n. Bay 
Griffin John, blacksmith, boards 26 Eighth [ite yard 

Griffin John, laborer, Mt. Auburn, h. in McDonald's gran- 
Griffin John F. tin-plate worker, boards 7 Dyke 
Griffin Luke G. marble cutter, boards 157 Main 
Griffin Michael, laborer, house 31 Charles 
Griffin Michael (Griffin & Dolan), soap-manufacturer, 

East Perry, near Brookline, house do. 
Griffin Michael F. bookbinder, boards 8 Appian way 
Griffin Thomas, pedler, house Rideout, near Jefferson 
Griffin & Dolan (Michael Griffin and John Dolan), soap 

manufs. E. Perry, near Brookline 
Griffing Augustus P. constable, house 85 Thorndike 

CHILDREN'S BOOTS A Specialty. C. D. WILDER, 557 Main 
street, Cambridgeport. 


Griffis Elias D. tinplate worker, house 157 Pleasant 

Grigg Lemuel M. carpenter, boards 47 Cedar 

Griggs Abigail, widow of Nathaniel, bds. Joseph G. Cool- 

idge's, Coolidge avenue 
Griggs John E. house 32 Sydney 

Griggs William D. carpenter, house 47 Cedar [S}^dney 
Griggs Lucy J. Mrs. dress and cloak-maker, house 32 
Grimes Henry, butcher, house Rideout, corner Porter 
Grimes Thomas, fireman, house 29 Winter 
Grimke Archibald H. law student, rooms 38 Divinity Hall 
GriLham John, grocer, 115 Pleasant, house, do. 
Griswold George W. carriage washer, bds. 3 Sj'mond's blk. 
Gnrgne Adolph, wood turner, house Clay, near Spruce 
Griswold William McC. student, H U. rooms 42 Thayer 
Groomer Jolm, hair dresser, 1 Clay, house do. 
Grose George L. clerk, 40 Pleasant, house Prince 
Grose Lewis W. salesman (B.), house 52 Elm 
Grose William, produce, house 106 Norfolk 
Gross Mary E. widow of Robert G. boards 22 Hastings 
Groton William M. student, H. U. rooms 20 Thayer 
Grover Chester B. (Grover Brothers), sewing machine 
cabinet worker, rear 384 Main, house 331 Broadway 
Grover Lucas B. (Grover Brothers), sewing machine cab- 
inet worker, rear 384 Main, house 335 Broadway 
Grover Nathan M. machinist, house 5 Ashburton place 
Grover Brothers (Chester B. and Lucas B. Grover), sew- 
ing machine cabinet workers, rear 384 Main, near 
Osborn's mills [Eighth 

Groves George S. (Groves & Biggers), provisions, h. 16 
Groves & Biggers (Geo. S. Groves and Wm. O. Biggers), 

provisions, Eighth corner Otis 
Grush John E. cabinet maker, house 12 Winter 
Grush Joseph, cabinet maker Geldowsky's, h. 12 Winter 
Guerineau Louis F. A. gardener, h. Ra}^mond, n. Linnaean 
Guignion William, compositor Riverside, h. 84 Auburn 
Guild Albert, dentist, house 44 Prospect 
Guild Chas. H. baker, house ^5 Myrtle place 
Guild Frank H. cabinet maker, boards 15 Myrtle place 
Guild Robert W. student, H. U. rooms 20 Matthews 
Guilds George, machinist, boards 157 Main 
Gunn Alfred, laborer, house rear 35 Cowperthwait 
Gunn Elisha, student, H. U. rooms 9 Holworthy 
Gunning Joseph, shoe-maker, house 93 Sixth 
Gunnison Daniel 0. painter, 63 Moore, house 64 Inraan 
Gunnison Eugene C. shipping-clerk (13 South Market, 

B.), house Inman, near Broadway 
Guppy George, blacksmith, boards 135 Main 
Gurney Edward L. music teacher, house 13 Amory 

GEO. B. JAMES «fc CO., Lumber, wharves, junction Bridge and 

Cambridge streets, East Cambridge Boston office 14 State » t . eet . 

Lumber for jobbing and repairs. 


Gurney Ephraini W. University professor of History, H. 

U. house 10 Fayerweather 
Gurney Thomas, carpenter, house 12 Norfolk 
Gurney William, seaman, Lambert, near Gore 
Gurney William H. boards 11 Lambert 
Gury John, blacksmith, boards Sydney, corner Allston 
Gus John, laborer, boards Water, corner Bridge 
GUTHEIM FREDERICK, cigar-maker, ale, beer, etc., 

165 Broad way, house do. 
Gutonski Nikuim, cabinet maker, house rear 198 Bridge 
Guy Edward, grocer, Cambridge, cor. Hunting, h. do. 
Gity'er Lewis B. boot and shoe dealer, 89 Cambridge h. 

38 Fourth 
Gwinn George F. hair-dresser (78 Water, B ), h. 876 Main 
Gwynn James A. clerk (Haughton, Perkins, Woods & Co. 

B.), boards 92 Third 
Gwynn Samuel, boiler maker, house 92 Third 
Gwynn William D. clerk (Spaulding, Hay & Wales, B.), 

boards 92 Third 

HAARTY FRED, laborer, house 58 Harvard 

Hack James, glass-cutter, house 111 Gore 

Hackett Bridget, widow of Edward, house 51 North 

Hackett Jacob, laborer, house College wharf, Dunster 

Hackett John, whitewashes house 20 Hancock 

Hackett John H. diypressman, bds. Walter Hackett's, 

Hackett Mary, widow of Thomas, h. Somerset, n. Pleasant 
Hackett Patrick, safe-maker (11 Green, B.), house 164 

Hackett Walter, gardener, house Hackett's yard 
Hackett William, in Boston rolling mill 
Hadley Alvah A. coffin manufacturer and undertaker, 190 

Cambridge, house do. [36 Fourth 

Hadley Clarence V. (Butler & Hadley), fancy painter, bds. 
Hadley David B. wheelwright, bds. S. Boyden's, North av. 
Hadley Elbridge J. coffin trimmer, house rear 25 Winter 
Hadley Fred O. student, boards 190 Cambridge 
Hadley Fred T. clerk, 471 Main, boards 35 Market 
Hadley Geo. A. printer (Milk, B.), bds. 36 Fourlh 
Hadley Martha J. widow of William P. house 35 Market 
Hadlej' Nathaniel I. bootmaker, Cambridge, corner Third, 

house 36 Fourth 
Haffernan Joseph, shoemaker, 401 Cambridge, house do. 
Hagan Daniel, glass-cutter, house 126 Otis 
Hagan James, li reman, N. E. Glass Co. house 65 Spring 
Hagan Eugene 8. law student, rooms 33 Temple 
Hagan Patrick, blacksmith, house rear 59 Clark 

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Hagen Hermann A. prof, of entomology, Zoological Mu- 
seum, house 7 Putnam 
Hager Frederick W. policeman, house 9 Antrim 
Hagerty Jeremiah, teamster, house 53 Amory 
Hagerty John, teamster, boards 383 Main 
Hagerty Mary Miss, house rear Mt. Auburn, n. Sparks 
Hagerty Patrick, horse-shoer, boards 3 Linden 
Hagerty Thomas F. blacksmith, boards 3 Linden 
Haggerty John, plasterer, bds. 53 Amory 
Hague Amos J. billiards, 41 Cedar, house do. 
Hain Nicholas, carver, house 167 Thorndike 
Haines Alvin N. farmer, Almshouse, Tannery, bds. do. 
Haines David, teamster, house Mt. Auburn, opp. Mt. Au- 
burn gate [near do. 
Haines John P. ass't warden, Almshouse, Tannery, house 
Haines John W. silver-glass manufacturer, with (Union 

Glass Co. Somerville), house 234 Broadway 
Hale Aaron (Whittemore & Hale), soap manuf. house 341 

Hale Edwin B. supt. public schools, boards 387 Harvard 
Hale Julia H. Mrs. teacher, Holmes primary school, house 

at Belmont 
Hale William F. cracker driver, boards 76 Norfok 
Hales Arthur, carpenter, house Garden* near Donnell 
Haley Bros. (John H. and Timothy W. Hale}'), lager beer 

saloon, 545 Main 
Haley Chas. (B.), house 41 Brookline 
Haley Chas. B. clerk (Commercial, B), house 10 Windsor 
Haley Charles E. wholesale fancy goods (7 Franklin, B.), 

house 14 Ellery 
Haley Christopher, laborer, house 24 Donnell 
Haley Daniel, laborer, house 183 Dublin 
Haley Daniel, laborer, house 92 Webster avenue 
Haley Daniel M. laborer, house 77 Elm 
Haley Dennis, laborer, house 77 Pleasant 
Haley Dennis, upholsterer, boards 30 North 
Haley Edmond, laborer, house 11 Sargent 
Haley Edwin L. clerk (Federal, B.), boards 10 Windsor 
Haley' Henry, furniture express (56 Brattle, B.), house 40 

Haley Henry jr. painter, boards 40 Clark 
Haley James, cabinet maker, bds. Mansion House, Gore 
Haley Jason Mrs. house 150 Thorndike 
Haley Jeremiah, laborer, house 77 Spruce 
Haley Jeremiah, laborer, house Bay, cor. Franklin 
Haley Jesse, house 10 Windsor 
Haley Jesse W. engineer, house 98 Pearl 
Haley John, coffin polisher, 203 Bridge, house at Boston 

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Haley John, laborer, house Jefferson, near Warren 

Haley John, piano keys, boards 47 Windsor 

Haley John, laborer, house rear 79 Brighton 

Haley John, potter, house D wight, cor. Raymond 

Haley John H. (Haley Bros.), lager beer, 545 Main, and 

grocer, Ba}% cor. Franklin, house do 
Haley John H. tinplate and sheet-iron worker, 525 Main, 

boards 5 Columbia 
Haley John P. baker, house Lopez, near Brookline 
Hale} T Julia, widow of Dennis, house 30 North 
Haley Margaret, widow of James, house 15 Sparks 
Haley Mary Mrs. house 92 Fifth 
Haley Mary A. Miss, dressmaker, house 898 Main 
Haley Michael, laborer, house 62 Amory 
Haley Michael, boards 92 Fifth 
Haley Michael, carpenter, house 128 Hampshire 
Haley Michael J. bookbinder, house 257 Franklin 
Haley Patrick, laborer, house 45 Amory Lv 

Haley Patrick, laborer, house McCabe, near Cambridge 
Haley Patrick, teamster, house 129 Court 
Haley Richard, carpenter, house 23 Vine 
Haley Thomas, laborer, house Harvey, opp. Clay 
Haley Thomas, laborer, house 149 Franklin 
Haley Timothy, boards 77 Pleasant 
Haley Timothy W. (Haley Bros.), lager beer, 545 Main, 

house Bay, cor. Franklin 
Haley William, sawyer, house 123 Hampshire 
Haliburton Geo. M. shoe and leather reporter, h. 91 Elm 
Hall Andrew, laborer, house 88 Harvard [Gerry 

Hall Edmund J. agent (125 and 127 Water, B.) house 5 
Hall Edward C. student. H. U. rooms 20 Hollis 
Hall EdwaxOHJ bookseller (yjBromfieldj.B.),^ 16 Ellery 
Hall iSlbridgetxT caTpenter,Tiouse 35 Will a rd 
Hall Etta H. Miss, dressmaker, boards 5 Gerry 
Hall George E. clerk, 30 Brighton, house 12 Chestnut 
Hall George W. expressman, boards 33 Bow 
Hall Harry C. carpenter, boards 148 Washington 
Hall Isaac Mrs. bds. Charles W. Munroe's, Kirkland 
Hall James E. (Thurston, Hall & Co.), 31 and 33 Elm, 

h. Highland avenue, cor. Greenough avenue 
Hall James H. (Thurston, Hall & Co.), cracker baker, 31 

and 33 Elm, house 9 Gardner [Shepard 

Hall James A. W. clerk (12 Central whf. B.), house 58 
Hall Jane S. widow of Oliver, h. r. Windsor, near School 
Hall John L. teamster, house i-8 Tremont 
Hall Joseph (Stayner & Hall), stoves, furnaces, etc. 637 

Main, house at Lincoln 
Hall Joseph, glassmiker, house 11 Fifth 

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Hall Lewis, house Cambridge, near Hove)'s nursery 

Hall Lvdia Mrs. house Lincoln court 

Hall Matthew, cooper, house 329 Cambridge 

Hall Orrin, grocer, 9 Harvard squ .re, house 6 Follen 

Hall Reuben H. engineer, house 23 Essex 

Hall R. C. engineer, house 23 Essex 

Hall Samuel M. varnisher, h. rear Windsor, near School 

Hall Stephen H. officer, House of Correction, bds. jailer's 

Hall Thomas H. core-maker, house 44 Washington 

Hall Thomas S. carpenter, house 25 Sydney 

Hall Walter, laborer, house 169 Franklin 

Hall Wilder F. machinist, boards 40 School 

Hall William, glass-maker, house 25 Third 

Hall William, teamster, boards 2 Dickinson 

Hall William H. S. hairdresser, house 4 Davis 

Hall William S. lawyer, (2 Pemberton sq. B.), boards 

6 Follen 

Hallahan Thomas, saloon, 139 Bridge, house at Somerville 
Hallett Nelson A. furniture (17 Dock sq. B.), house 

7 Webster 

Hallett Win. A. master mariner, house 22 Clinton 

Hallinan Patrick, laborer, house 172 Dublin 

Hallisy Daniel, laborer, house Warren, near Porter 

Hainan Thomas, laborer, house 1<>6 Webster avenue 

Halloran Edward, laborer, house 91 Kiunard 

Halloran Edward jr. printer, house 94 Kinnard 

Halloran Ellen, widow of Daniel, house Green, near Hac- 

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Halloran John, brass-finisher, h. Green, n. Hackett's }\ard 
Halloran Kate, widow of Michael, h. Jefferson, n. Warren 
Halloran Mary, widow of Timothy, house 2 19 Franklin 
Hallson Edward, teamster, boards 53 Fourth 
Hmui Charles A. student, H. U. boards 86 Cambridge 
Ham Ellen B. widow of Abuer. house 8*> Cambridge 
Ham Frederick J. student, H. U. rooms 10 Hohvorthy 
Ham John (Ham & Swett), carpenter, h. 3 Western ave. 
Ham John, milkman, boards 97 Vine 
Ham Nathaniel, carpenter and floor-layer, h. 6 Cottage ct. 
Ham William E. carpenter, boards 3 Western avenue 
Ham & Swett (John Ham and ChasF. Swett), carpenters, 

rear 77 River 
Hamblet Sarah E. widow of Alvan S. boards 6 Chestnut 
Hamburg Benedict, house Harvey, near Clinton 
Hamill Frederick, laborer, house 68 Winter 
Hamill Samuel S. organ builder, 101 Gore, h. 96 Thorndike 
Hamilton Adam J. tin pedler, boards 129 Prospect 
Hamilton Angus, glass-maker, boards 148 Court 
Hamilton Annie, widow of John, house 17 Willard 

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Hamilton Benj. carpenter, boards Rockwell, n. Pleasant 
Hamilton Charles, bricklayer, h. Lambert, n. Cambridge 
Hamilton Charles, boards 90 Windsor 
Hamilton Charles J. apothecary clerk, bds. 88 Mt. Auburn 
Hamilton Furney, laborer, house rear 33 Hastings 
Hamilton George, clerk, 192 Cambridge, bds. DurrelPs, 

137 Otis 
Hamilton George V. student, Divinity school, rooms 31 

Divinity Hall 
Hamilton James, porter, house 56 Hastings 
Hamilton James, boards 90 Windsor 
Hamilton James, wood-turner, house 148 Court 
Hamilton James jr. glass-maker, boards 148 Court 
Hamilton John, carpenter, boards 29 Cherry [Third 

Hamilton Robert, clerk (169 Washington, B.), boards 57 
Hamilton Sarah Mrs. house 51 Vino 
Hamilton Wm. carpenter, house 171 Dublin 
Hamilton Wm. J. C. steward, house 64 Cherry 
Hamlen Nathaniel, glass-blower, house 15 Seventh 
Hamlen Willis C. clerk (5 N. Market, B.), h. 12 Rockwell 
Hamlin Benj. provisions, Atwood's corner, h. Cambridge, 

corner Ti emont 
Hamlin Charles C. hackdriver, 904 Main, boards do. 
Hamlin Emmons (Mason & Hamlin), organ case manuf. 

160 Broadway, house at Winchester 
Hamlin George B. printer (117 Uanover, B.), h. 98 Otis 
Hammatt George W. (62 Congress, B.), house 24 Arrow 
llammerlee Frederick, tuner (Cambridge, cor. Charles, 

B), house 36 Auburn 
Hammond Betsey B. widow Nathl. 0. h. 166 Cambridge 
Hammond George P. broker, bds. J. W. Hammond's 
Hammond Hugh, house 36 Harvard 
Hammond James M. glass-cutter, house rear 107 Spring 
Hammond John A. carpenter, house 46 Putnam 
Hammond John W. lawyer, 555 Main, h. 332 Broadway 
Hammond Joseph W. woolens (Devonshire, cor. Frank- 
lin, B ), house Forest, corner Frost 
Hammond Sarah A. widow, house 53 Hastings 
Hammond Josie Miss, dressmaker, bds. 7 Cottage 
Hammond William G. carpenter, boards 97 Windsor 
Hampson David, steampipe fitter (1 Bath, B.), house 222 

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Hampton Edward P. hair-dresser, 67£ Cambridge, h. at 
Hancock Belcher, harness-maker, 570 Main, h. 75 Franklin 
Hancock Charles E. (Hancock & Greely), carpenter, 113 

Broadway, house 48 Pleasant 
Hancock Edwin F. harness-maker, boards 75 Franklin 
Hancock John, harness maker, boards 75 Franklin 

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Hancock Rebecca P. widow of Richard, house 108 Spring 
Hancock Solomon, importer (35 Broad, B.), house 7 Pearl 
Hancock & Greely (Chas. E. Hancock and Leander Gree- 

ly), carpenters, 113 Broadway 
Hancox Albert S. student, H. U. rooms 28 Weld 
Handrahan William, laborer, house 15 Broadway 
Hane Nichols, carver, house 1G7 Tborndike 
Hanford George, laborer, boards 1 Washington 
Hankin Frederick, laborer, house Charles, near Sixth 
Hankin John, last finisher, house Charles, near Sixth 
Hanks Steadman W. clergyman and secretary (Seaman's 

Friend Society, 13 Cornhill, B.), house 387 Harvard 
Hanley Edward, travelling agent, house 88 Franklin 
Hanley John, laborer, house 277 Cambridge 
Hanlon Charles, printer, boards 3 Symond's block 
Hanlon Edward, laborer, house 15 Washington court 
Hanlon James, laborer, house 15 Washington court 
Hanlon John, teamster, house 104 Third 
Hanlon Morgan, laborer, house 51 North 
Hanna Margaret, widow of William, h. rear 18 Irving pi. 
Hannon Ann, widow of John, house 52 Charles 
Hannon Martin, laborer, house 31 AVebster avenue 
Hannon Patrick, laborer, house 154 Court 
Hannon Thomas J. straight moulder, boards 154 Court 
Hannum Alexander C. organ maker, 426 Main, house 27 

Hannum Pother F. Miss, school teacher, h. 27 Williams 
Hannum George, carpenter, boards 43 Pleasant 
Hannum H. Flora Miss, teacher, Willard Primary school, 

house 27 Williams 
Hannum Leander M. grocer, 517 Main, house 27 Williams 
Hanscom Catherine, widow of Jacob, house 4 Rice 
Hanstom Daniel, carpenter, house 85 Pearl 
Hanscom Edwin C. machinist (IS.), house 156 Harvard 
Hanscom Geo. W. moulder, rooms Cambridge, near Fifth 
Hanscom Henry C. carpenter, bonrds 85 Pearl 
Hanscom James S. foreman, Kendall & Roberts, 92 Main, 

boards 190 Cambridge 
Hanscom John, melodeon fitter, house 90 Washington 
Hansis John, wood moulder, house rear 119 Otis 
Hanson Lucinda A. widow of Henry, house 40 Spring 
Hanson Martin, teamster, house 14 Murdock 
Hanson Mary A. widow of Joseph L. boys' clothing ma- 
ker, house 59 Auburn 
Hapgood Henry C. at Thayer's laboratory, Broadway, 

ooards 10 Farwell place [Walnut ave 

Hapgood J. Marshall, law student, bds. L. B. Hapgood's, 
Hapgood Luke, shipping clerk, 10 Arrow,bds. 14 Brookline 

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Hapgood Luke B. boots and shoes (34 Federal, B.), house 

Walnut avenue 
Hapgood Luther, police, house 67 Norfolk 
Hapgood Richard, receiver, U. R. Co boards 429 Main 
Haidcastle Robert, teamster, boards 119 Prospect 
Haidcastle William, provisions (B.), house 159 Columbia 
H aid ingburg. Charles, laborer, house Windsor, n. Harvard 
Hardie Robert, law student, rooms 878 Main 
Harding Annie Miss, teacher, Gannet Primary school, bds. 

20 Clinton 
Harding Charles, tailor, boards 476 Cambridge 
Harding Charles L. commission merchant (43 Franklin, 

B.), house Cambridge, corner Maple avenue 
Harding Edgar, house Cambridge, corner Maple avenue 
Harding Edward K. grocer, 281 Broadway, house 267 do. 
Harding Emor H. student, H. U. rooms 47 Holyoke House 
HARDING HAMLIN R. editor, Cambridge Press, h. 

20 Clinton 
Harding Herbert L. student, H. U. rooms 4 Holworthy 
Harding Isaac N. produce (26 Faneuil Hall square, B.), 
house 288 Harvard [Penil, cor. Williams 

Harding Jesse, silver-smith ("!2 Couit square, B.), house 
Harding Richard, boards 52 Clark 
Harding Richard B. expressman, house 63 Sixth 
Harding Richard C. cabinet maker, house 52 Clark 
Harding Samuel G paper, twine, etc. house 28 River 
Hording Waller II. peiiodiciils, 559 Main, bds. 20 Clinton 
Harding Webb (12 Court square, B ), house 52 Columbia 
Harding William N. boards 52 Columbia 
Hardwick Edward, fancy goods, 465 Main, house do. 
Hardy Chailes S. chemist, house 12 Jay [Plensant 

Hardy Francis D. Peruvian syrup, 12 Hay market sq. h. 51 
Hardy Francis I), jr. (Henry Thayer & Co.), 150 Broad- 
way, house 50 Erie 
Hardy Robert P. stone cutter, house 174 Franklin 
Harford Charles, book binder, boards 10 Eliot 
Harkins John, rope maker, house 194 Dublin 
Harkins Philip P. saloon, 92 Mt. Auburn, house do. 
Harlin Frank, saloon, 115 Harvard, house do. 
Harlow Albert F. clerk, Revere Sugar Refinery, h at Boston 
Harlow Andrew B. clerk, house rear 34 Hancock 
Harlow Charles, trunk cleat maker, Broadway, June. Hamp- 
shire, house 25 Clinton [Pleasant 
Harlow George L. salesman (242 Washington, B.), h. 57 
Harlow John J. carpenter, 19 Cherry, boards 13 Fine 
Harlow J. Hayden, grocer, 59 River, house 1 Jay 
Harlow Louise C. D. Miss, teacher, Webster Grammar 
school, boards 25 Clinton 

street, Cainbridgepart. 


Harlow O. H. at J. Reardon & Sons', house 24 Erie 
Harlow Walter C. travelling agent, boards 25 Clinton 
Harm John Henry, clerk, house 5 Dyke 
Harmon William F, teamster, house 133 Columbia 
Harney Michael, laborer, house 17 Tuttle 
Harries John D. C. shipping clerk, boards 63 River 
Harrigan Cornelius, brick layer, house 29 Lambert 
Harrigan Daniel, bookbinder, house Palmer, near Church 
Harrigan Jeremiah, blacksmith, boards 164 Gore 
Harrigan Mary, widow of Daniel, house 29 Lambert 
Harrigan Michael, laborer, house 42 Washington 
Harriman Alonzo S. car-conductor, house 2 Shepherd's 

block, Charles River 
Harriman Charles H. hackman, boards 8 Eliot 
Harriman Winfield S. teamster, boards 24 Dunster 
Harrington Adeline Miss, house 52 Filth 
Harrington Albert O. hairdresser (B.), house 4 Broadway 
Harrington Betsey I), wid. of Solomon, bds. 82 North ave. 
Harrington Charles N. law student, rooms 25 Mt. Auburn 
Harrington Cornelius, laborer, house 52 North [Third 
Harrington Cornelius, bar tender, h. 5 Linnehan's block, 
Harrington Daniel, laborer, h. McCabe, near Cambridge 
Harrington Daniel, laborer, house 198 Bridge 
Harrington Daniel, assistant janitor, Zoological Museum, 

boards 10 South 
Harrington Dennis, glass maker, house 19S Bridge 
Harrington Edward J. machinist, house 6 Fifth 
Harrington Eliza Mrs. house 60 Brattle 
Harring on George B. box manufacturer (Green, corner 

Pitts, B.), house 3 Shepard 
Harrington Henry, tinplate worker, house 20 Prince 
Harrington James, laborer, house Porter, near Medford 
Harrington Jeremiah, liquors, junction Bridge, Third and 

Winter, house 5 Linnehan's block, Third 
Harrington John, teamster, boards 377 Cambridge 
Harrington John, hostler, house 186 Green 
Harrington John, laborer, house 196 Green 
HARRINGTON JOHN, marble, granite and monumen- 
tal works, 134 Main, house Sydney, corner Walnut 
Harrington Mary E. house Fifth, near Winter 
Harrington Patrick, blacksmith, house 11 6 Harvard 
Harrington Patrick, teamster, house ^Q Second 
Harrington Philip, saloon, Bridge, opp. Cambridge, house 

130 Lechmere block 
Harrington Robert, printer, house 155 Main 
Harrington Sylvester, clerk, House of Correction, house 

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Harrington Timothy, laborer, h. Dunster, n. College whf. 

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Harrington Timothy, laborer, house 158 Green 
Harrington Winthrop G. printer, house Chestnut, near 

Harris Aune H. Mrs. house 46 Brighton [River 

Harris Augustine, machinist (80 Sudbury, B.), house 105 
Harris Azariah Boocty, student, II. U. rooms 46 Holyoke 

Harris Benjamin B. stage carpenter (Globe Theatre, B.), 

house 8 Hancock 
Harris Catharine H. widow of T. William, house 8 Holy- 
oke place 
Harris Catherine, widow, house 74 Harvard 
Harris Charles H. house 56 Washington 
Harris Darius M. law student, boards 45 Hastings 
Harris Edward D. architect (41 Tremont, B.), house 68 

Harris Elmer W. house 97 Austin 
Harris Emma F. Miss, teacher private school, Hancock, 

boards 8 Holyoke place 
Harris George, oysters, 154J Harvard, house 156 do. 
Harris George Mrs. fancy goods, 156 Harvard, house do. 
Harris George, student, Divinity school, rooms 3 Divinity 

Hall [Pleasant place 

Harris George C. clerk (200 Washington, B.), house 11 
Harris James, machinist, boards 100 Spring 
Harris James Winthrop, secretary of H. U. h. 22 Winthrop 
Harris Jeremiah, carpenter, house 5 Oak 
Harris John F. student, H. U. rooms 2 Weld 
Harris John L. carpenter, boards 26 Tremont 
Harris John T. real estate (B.), boards 97 Austin 
Harris Joseph, caterer, house 131 Columbia 
Harris J. Greenwood, transfer agent (Sears building, B.), 

house 50 Williams 
Harris J. Watson, clerk (9 Winter, B.), h. 50 Williams 
Harris Lucincla Mrs. house 13 Cherry 
Harris Melvina, widow, house 74 Harvard 
Harris Philip W. salesman (B.), house rear 93 Austin 
Harris Stephen S. upholsterer, 600 Main, h. 16 Shepard 
Harris Thomas, laborer, house 21 Hastings 
Harris Thomas D. laborer, house rear 106 Harvard 
Harris William, laborer, house 213 Mt. Auburn 
Harris William, tinplate worker, house 37 Erie 
Harrison Charles E. carpenter, bds. L. J. Clo} r e's, Church 
Harrison Edmond P. student, H. U. rooms 20 Berkeley 
Harrison George R. surveyor, Mt. Auburn, boards Chas. 

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Harrison John, laborer, house Warren, near Cambridge 
Harrison Paul O. carpenter, boards 18 Farwell place 

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Harrod Frances J. Miss, teacher, Sargent Primary school, 
Hart Abram, cigar maker, house 63 Brookline 
Hart George, cigar maker, house 61 Brookline 
Hart James R. printer, house 3 Jay 
Hart John P. fruit dealer, house 112 Spring 
Hart Joseph, printer, boards Macauley's, Rockwell 
Hart Nathaniel S. student, H. U. rooms 6 Thayer 
Hart Walter, printer, house 3 Jay 
Hart Winifred, widow of Patrick, house 3 Sparks 
Hartey Thomas, teamster, boards 91 Fifth 

Hartey , confectioner (B.), boards 91 Fifth 

Hartford William, teamster, house 58 Amory 
Hartness George, blacksmith, Palmer, house 11 Willard 
Hartnett John, laborer, house 42 North 
Hartney Mortimer, currier, house 222 Franklin 
HARTSHORN JOSEPH, upholsterer (21 Charles, B.), 

house H6 Thorndike [house 57 Third 

Hartwell Charles H. provision dealer, 126 Cambridge, 
Hartwell John A. (C. M. Stratton & Co.), baker, 171 

Cambridge, boards do. 
Hartwell Mary E. Miss, teacher Gore school, bds. 28 Sixth 
Hartwell Walker, student, H. U. rooms 12 Holworthy 
Hartz Henry, laborer, house 58 Harvard 
Harvard Boat House, foot of Flagg [Quincy 

Harvard Gymnasium, Broadway, junction Cambridge and 
Harvey Alice Miss, teacher of music, bcls. 40 Mt. Auburn 
Harvey Daniel B. tinplate worker, house 19 Park 
Harvey James, compositor, Riverside, boards Cambridge 
Harvey Lydia A. widow of Adiel, house 4u Mt. Auburn 
Harvey Samuel C. druggist (109 Milk, B.), h. 49 Cottage 
Harvey Thomas, carpenter, house 82 Green 
Hasbrouck Roe, student, H. U. rooms 37 Holyoke House 
Haseltine Lydia L. widow of Moses, house Cottage, near 

Union square 
Haskell Augustus, cabinet maker, house 202 Harvard 
Haskell Barnabas D. jr. salesman (83J3ummer, B.), bds. 

34 Coggswell ave. 
Haskell Charles, tinsmith, boards 10 Eliot 
Haskell Nahum A. student, Divinity school, rooms 25 

Divinity Hall 
Haskell Rachel J. widow Dudley, house 43 Western ave. 
Haskins David G. clergyman, house 839 Main 
Haskins David G. jr. lawyer (5 Pemberton square, B.), 

boards 839 Main 
Hassett Michael, laborer, house 106 Fourth 
Hassett Richard B. laborer, house 40 Foster 

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Hassett Simon, laborer, house 7 Baldwin place 

Hassett William F. marble worker, John McNamee, bds. 

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Hastings Andrew G. brush maker, house 6 Vine 
Hastings Andrew J. clerk, house 59 Market [85 Otis 

Hastings A. Winthrop, com. mer. (193 State, B.), house 
Hastings B. Frank, supt. Cambridge laundry, h. 96 Green 
Hastings Catherine Mrs. house 96 Green 
Hastings Charles F. glass cutter, house 62 Thorndike 
Hastings Edmund T. student, H. U. rooms 8 Matthews 
Hastings Frank W. clerk, 97 Cambridge, bds. 40 Second 
Hastings George, restaurant, house 7 Harrison place 
Hastings George H. printer, house 103 River 
Hastings George T. carpenter, house 60 Brighton 
Hastings Henry B. student, boards 85 Otis 
Hastings John M. machinist, house 31 Sixth 
Hastings Joseph, marble worker, A. McDonald, boards 

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Hastings Joseph W. glaes cutter, house r. 113 Thorndike 
Hastings Lewis M. civil engineer, City Engineer's office, 

City Hall, boards 84 Austin 
Hastings Mary E. tailoress, house 159 Green 
Hastings Michael, soap maker, house 61 Harvard 
Hastings Oliver, house 101 Brattle 
Hastings Thomas Mrs. house 84 Otis 
Hastings Thomas B. clerk, house 44 Williams 
Hastings Watson B. (Hastings & Co.), 97 Cambridge 

and (30 Congress, B.), house 40 Second 
Hastings William h\ clerk (201 State, B.), bds. 85 Otis 
HASTINGS & CO. (Watson B. Hastings), insurance 

agents, 97 Cambridge, and (30 Congress, B.) 
Hatch Andrew J. clerk, 290 Broadway, h. 121 Prospect 
Hatch Benjamin F. (Hatch & Co.), expressman, house 21 

Hatch Edmund W. bookbinder, Riverside, h. 6 Warland 
Hatch Emerson D. machinist, boards 20 Sydney 
Hatch George E. clerk, house 149 Cambridge 
Hatch Henry, boards 63 Oxford 
Hatch Isaiah, mason, house 112 Spring 
Hatch Sewall, glass maker, house 20 Fourth 
Hatch Simon L. expressman, boards 21 Wallace 
Hatch Stephen D. painter, house 23 Short 
Hatch Thomas D. bookkeeper (Union, B.), h. 6 Warland 
Hatch William P. carpenter, boards 18 Farwell pi. 
Hatch & Co., Benjamin F. Hatch, proprietor, express, 7 

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Hatfield Abram M. carpenter, bds. S. Hatfield's, Putnam pi. 
Hatfield Anthony J. (Hatfield Bros.), ho se 4 South 

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Hatfield A. Jones, carpenter, bds. S. Hatfield's, Putnam pi. 
Hatfield Brothers (Anthony J. and Job Hatfield), car- 
penters, 75 Brighton [field's, Putnam place 
Hatfield Job (Hatfield Brothers), carpenter, bds. S. Hat- 
Hatfield John H. carpenter, boards 3 Putnam place 
Hatfield Samuel, superintendent, Hatfield Brothers, house 
Putnam place, near Putnam [nam place 
Hatfield Sarah A. widow of A. J. bds. S. Hatfield's, Put- 
Hatfield William, carpenter, boards rear 99 Green 
Hathaway Caroline T. house 229 North ave. cor Walclen 
Hathaway Eliza P. house 229 North ave. cor. Walden 
Hathaway Maria, widow Galen, house 56 Erie 
Hatley William F. mason, rooms 18 Dunster 
Hatten Benj. glass maker, boards 25 Third 
Hatten Daniel, class maker, house 25 Third [Windsor 
HATTEN HENRY, coal and woo I, 381 Main, house 13 
Hattenburg Philip, wood turner, house 84 Fifth. 
Hattie James C. carpenter, boards 12 Green 
Haug Michael, laborer, boards 56 Cambridge 
Haugh James, tailor, house 9 Suffolk 

Haughey Michael E. grocer, 109 Fourth, cor. Vine, h. do. 
Haven George I student, H. U. rooms 13 Matthews 
Haven Harry J. cabinetmaker, house 7 Holly 
Haven Henry P. Mrs. house 23 Brooks' block 
Haverill Johu, stone cutter, house rear 18 Winter 
Havves Frank T. (Fuller & Hawes), provisions, 513 Main, 

house Pleasant, corner Auburn 
Hawkes Cairah, widow Levi, house 85 Auburn 
Hawkes Ellen E. Miss, music teacher, house 85 Auburn 
Hawkes James, switchman, B. & M. Ii. R. house East, 
n. L. R. R. [boards 85 Aubnrn 

Hawkes Levi (Levi Hawkes & Co.), plumber, 599£ Main, 
HAWKES LEVI & CO. (Levi Hawkes and John Craw- 
ford), plumbers, 599£ Main 
Hawkes Maria M. widow of Clias. W. house 125 Norfolk 
Hawkes Wm. H. book-keeper, boards 85 Auburn 
Hawkins Bartlett H. watchman, h Windsor, n Cambridge 
Hawkins Christopher C. lard maker, house 42 Second 
Hawkins Jewett P. laborer, h. Norfolk, near Cambridge 
Hawkins Wm. teamster, house 145 Gore 
Hawthorn Henry, glass cutter, house 10 Winter 
Haxton Andrew, clerk (H), boards 111 Windsor 
Hay Henry A. book keeper (126 Pearl, B.), boards 

289 Harvard 
Hayden David D. carpenter, h. Parker, n. Concord ave. 
Hay den Edward M. cabinet maker, house 34 Austin 
Hayden Frederick A. house 10 Concord ave. 
Hayden Henry, galvanizer (B ), house 61 Washington 

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Hayden Henry S. carpenter, house 2 Sands 

Hayden James T- foreman, Walworth Manuf. Co. machine 

shop, house 465 Main 
Hyden Perez M. carpenter, house 8 Sands 
Hayden Ross, carpenter, boards 8 Sands [Auburn 

Haayden Wm. marble cutter, boards David Haines', Mt 
Hayden Wm. moulder, rooms 69 Clark 
Hayden Wm. N. clerk, boards 220 Broadway 
Hayden Zebah, carpenter, house 8 Sands 
Hayes Alexander L. bds. John L. Hayes', Elmwood ave. 
Hayes Alvin, boots, shoes, etc., 577 Main, house 8 Perry 
Hayes Clarence H. clerk (38 Devonshire, B.), boards 

158 Mt. Auburn 
Hayes Daniel, blacksmith, house 22 Webster ave. 
Hayes Daniel, switch tender, F. R. R. house 41 Bolton 
Hayes Edmund, house 12 Everett place 
Hayes Ella K. Miss, music teacher, bds. 158 Mt. Auburn 
Hayes Henry, express, Harvard sq. and (32 Court sq. B.), 

house 24 Shepard [Mt. Auburn 

Hayes Henry Y. insurance broker (61 State, B.), h. 158 
Hayes Jeremiah, teamster, house rear 42- Washington 
Hayes John, laborer, house 196 Green 
Hayes John, house 171 Thorndike 
Hayes John B. trunk maker, house 391 Cambridge 
Hayes John L. secretary (National Wool Association, 11 

Pemberton sq., B.), h. Elmwood ave. opp. Mt. Auburn 
Hayes John S. tiuplate worker, bds. Macauley's, Rockwell 
Hayes John T. stone-cutter, boards 171 Thorndike 
Hayes Luther S. carpenter, Mill, foot Holyoke, house 85 

Concord avenue 
Hayes Michael, tailor, house Lechmere place 
Hayes Michael, foundryman, house 43 Banks 
Ha3'es Peter, laborer, house 23 Vine 
Hayes William B. counsellor (17 Pemberton sq., B.), 

boards John L. Hayes', Elmwood ave. 
Hayman Madison B. teamster, house 17 Cherry 
Haynes Henry A. clerk, house 17 Pleasant place 
Haynes Henry H. student, H. U. rooms 26 Matthews Hall 
Haynes James, laborer, house 42 Washington 
Haynes Mary Miss, house 50 Cottage 
Haynes Margaret Miss, house 25 Sixth 
Haynes Michael H. moulder, house 42 Washington 
Haynes Sarah Miss, house 50 Cottage 
Haynie William D. student, H. U. rooms, 21 Gray's Hall 
Hayward Arial K. confectioner, house 393 Main 
Hay ward Albert F. confectioner (96 and 98 Sudbury, B.), 

house 11 Roseland [Tremont 

Hayward Charles B., com. mer. (229 State, B.), house 42 

BILL, HEADS neatly printed by JOHN FORD <fc SON, Harvard 


Hay ward Edward F. student, Divinity school, rooms 16 

Divinity Hall [18 Watson 

Hay ward George A. (Work & Hay ward), job wagon, h. 
Hay ward Moses, house 42 Tremont 
Hayward Samuel (Hayward & Kimball), manuf. of parlor 

furniture, 386 Main, house at Boston 
Hayward Walter F. salesman, 17 Brattle sq. house 1 

Shepherd's block, rear 10 Charles River 
Hayward Wm. P. house Elm, cor. Beach 

Hayward , Patent office, bds. 94 Auburn 

Hayward & Kimball (Samuel Hayward and Luther E. 

Kimball), manufs. of parlor furniture, 386 Main 
Haywood Walter, baker, house Ninth, n. Cambridge 
Hazard Samuel L. agent, house 5:i Third 
Hazard S. Lester, clerk (54 Franklin, B.), bds. 53 Third 
Hazel Benj. G. carpenter, house 70 Harvard 
Hazel Wm. teamster, house 11 Murdock 
Hazeltine William C. watchmaker and jeweller, 7 Harvard 

sq. house 6 Wright [Sixth, h.(Appleton, B.) 

Hazelton Joseph T. agent Doe's Planing Mill, Gore, near 
Hazelton Mary O. Mrs. house 15 Harrison ave. 
Hazelton Nathan C. teamster, house 5 Second 
Hazelwood Ann, widow Francis, house 70 School 
Hazelwood Geo. F. piano-forte action maker, h. 70 School 
Hazeltine Geo. A. clerk (Hanover, B .), bds. 76 Green 
Hazeltine Margaret W. Mrs. house Green, near Pearl 
Hazen Daniel M. travelling agent, F. A. Kennedy, house 

38 Tremont 
Hazlett Joseph Mrs. house 8 Murdock place 
Hazlett Joseph, teamster, house 8 Murdock place 
Hazlett Robert, teamster, house 211 Mt. Auburn 
Hazlett Robert 2d, stonecutter, h. 211 Mt Auburn 
Hazlett Thomas, stone-mason, house 13 Rice place 
Hazlett William, laborer, bds. Jacob Hackett's, Dunster 
Hazlett William H. laborer, h. 5 Sparks 
Healey James H. blacksmith, Court, next to Boston 

Stamping Co. house 15 Franklin 
Healey John J. varnisher, boards 9 Water 
Healey Patrick, pedler, house 92 Webster ave. 
Healey Robert, carpenter, house 32 Ellery 
Healy Pollen, widow of John, house 8 Water 
Healy Johannah, widow of David, house 21 Sparks 
Healy John, baker, house 11 J- Lopez 
Heap Richard, musician, boards 12 Leighton court 
Hearn David, laborer, house 14 East 

Hearn Eugene, laborer, house 152 Bridge [64 Columbia 
Hearsey Wm. E. harness maker (150 Tremont, B.), house 
Heath Charles A. painter, boards G50 Main 

J. S. SAWYER, GRAVEL. ROOFING, No. 1 Hyde's Block. 603 
Main St., Camhridgeport. 


Heath Dana, carpenter, house 38 Orchard 

Heath John P. candle maker, house 3 Pioneer place 

Heaton Thomas, compositor, University Press, h. at Boston 

Hebard Albert K. tuner, house 147 Harvard 

Hebard Ezra F. (Appleton & Hebard), apothecary, 415 

Cambridge, boards 76 Spring 

Hebbard Albert, president, Hebbard Car Spring Co. 179 

Broadway, house 427 do. [do 

Hebbard Albert H. bookkeeper, 179 Broadway, bds. 427 

Hebbard Car Spring Co., Broadway, junction Hampshire, 

Albert, Hebbard, president 
Hebbard Charles C. book-keeper (Int. Rev. office, Hano- 
ver, B.), boards 427 Broadway 
Hector Thomas Xavier, printer, house 8 Fremont 
Hedge Frederick H. Rev. prof, of German, H. U. house 

48 North avenue 
Heeb Adam, lager beer (9 F.H. sq. B.), h. 510 Cambridge 
Heffernan David, painter, house 156 Prospect 
Heffernan Joseph, boot and shoemaker, h 401 Cambridge 
Heffernan Win. C. bootmaker, h Willow pi. n. Cambridge 
Heffernan Wm. J. packer, 500 Main, bds. 2 Willow place 
Hegan James J. bookbinder, house 8 Winter 
Heileman William, boot and shoe manufacturer (125 Cam- 
bridge, B.), house 98 River 
Heintzemann Carl C. teacher of music and German, rooms 

56 Brighton 
Heizer Cyrus W. law student, rooms 20 Divinity Hall 
Hellen Robert, laborer, house 34 North 
Heller Frederick, glass-painter and gilder, h. Eighth, n. 

Hellmich William, glass-cutter, house 45 Cambridge 
Hemenway Augustus, student, H. U. rooms 10 Weld 
Hemeon Geo. E. paper-hanger, house rear 97 Green 
Hemmenatz Joseph, varnisher, house rear 91 Sixth 
Henderson Bros. (John J. Henderson and Robert Hender- 
son jr.), carriage makers, North ave. opp. Walden 
Henderson Charles W. teamster, house 118 Pearl 
Henderson Edwin P. (J. A. Henderson & Co.), carriage 

manuf. North ave. cor. Day, boards do. 
Henderson Elizabeth, widow of Thomas, h. 157 Green 
Henderson George, night watchman, J. P. Squire's & Co. 

house 164 Gore 
Henderson George R. carriage peinter, North ave. near 

Chester, boards Robert Henderson's, North avenue 
Henderson George W. mason, house 47 Baldwin 
Henderson James, moulder, house 28 Hastings 
Henderson James A. (J. A. Henderson & Co.), carriage 
maker, North ave. cor. Day, house do. 

street, Cambridge port. 


Henderson John G. carpenter, bouse Davis 
Henderson James H. currier, house Clay, near Harvey 
Henderson John J. (Henderson Bros.)? carriage maker, 

North ave. opp. Walden, house 7 Chester 
Henderson John W laborer, house 11 Broadway 
Henderson, J. A. & Co. (James A. and Edwin P. Hen- 
derson), carriage builders, North ave. cor. Day 
Henderson Lawrence, teamster, house 33 Harvard 
Henderson Robert, baker,' house 164 Gore [house do. 

Henderson Robert, carriage manuf. North ave. n. Chester, 
Henderson Robert jr. (Henderson Bros ), carriage maker, 

North ave opp. Walden, h. Russell, cor. N >rth ave. 
Henderson Thomas C. woodturner, boards 157 Green 
Henderson William, laborer, h. Harvard, n. R. R. crossing 
Henderson William, junk-dealer, house 123 Pearl 
Hendey Lucy J. widow of Otis, house 88 Fourth 
Heness Theodore H. boards 7 Avon 
Heness Theophilus, A. M. school of modern languages, 7 

Brattle, and (174 Tremont, B.), house 7 Avon 
Hendry George E. boiler maker, house 131 Lincoln 
Henley Daniel O. cooper, house 3_3 Cambridge 
Henley F. O. (F. 0. Henley & Co.), hoise shoer, Soden, n. 

laundry, h. 8 Walnut court 
HEN LP: Y F. O. & CO. (F. Henley and Chas. O. Ed- 
wards), horseshoer, Soden, near laundry 
Henley John B. carpenter, boards 70 Inman 
Hennessey Esther, widow of Michai 1, h. 422 Cambridge 
Hennessey George, laborer, house McCabe, n. Cambridge 
Hennessey James, printer, house rear 13 Hancock 
Hennessey John, laborer, house 106 Fourth 
Hennessey John C. saloon, 75 Cambridge, house do. 
Hennessey Michael, glass packer, house Hunting, near 
Cambridge [ ster ave. 

Hennessey Michael, laborer, house Hampshire, near Web- 
Hennessey Patrick, cooper, boards 77 Gore 

Hennesse}' , house McCabe, near Cambridge 

Hennessy James, at (Amer. tube works, Somerville), h. 

10 Hastings 
Henry Edward P. laborer, house 37 Hastings 
Henry Hugh Mc, law student, rooms 39 Brattle 
Henry James, laborer, house Bell court, near Allston 
Henry James G. cabinet maker, boards 22 Windsor 
Henry John, cigar maker, B. P. Clarke, boards (N. E. 

House, B.) 
Henry John A. carpenter, house 153 Windsor 
Henshaw John A. chemist (21 Commercial, B), house 23 

Hentz Catherine, widow of Henry, house 105 Walnut 

GEO. B. JAMES «fc CO., Lumber, Wharves, junction Bridge 
and Cambridge streets, East Cambridge. Boston office 14 State 
street. Spruce frames sawed to order. 


Herd Henry, junk dealer, house 17 Pine 
Herman Michael, tinsmith, house 82 River 
Hermans Henrj r , machinist, house 58 Harvard 
Hermar John, cabinet maker, boards 64 Winter 
Heron Joseph Dr. optician, house 387 Main 
Herrick Israel (Pearl, B). house 71 Washington 
Herrick William A. attorney at law (33 School, B.), h. 

7 Norton 
Hertech John, pocket book maker, house Green, cor. Bay 
Hertz Michael, laborer, house rear 67 Moore 
Hess Hiram, steam pipe, house 25 Union 
Hess John, saloon (56 Brattle, B.), house 39 Union 
Hess Julius, cigar manufacturer, 163 Main, house do. 
Heumann George, oil polisher, bds. Killenberg's, Seventh 
Hewes Emily A. widow of Andrew J. house 11 Porter 
Hewett Asa W. travelling agent, house 96 Norfolk 
Hewins John A. spring bed maker, house 66 Washington 
Hewitt Timothy, moulder, house Deacon, near Pioneer 
Hewlett A. Molineaux, Mrs. house 23 Dunster 
Hewlett Emanuel D. Molineaux, boards 23 Dunster 
Hewlett Paul P. Molineaux, boards 23 Dunster 
Hews Albert H. (A. H. Hews & Co.), earthen ware, 

Crescent ave. cor. Raymond 
Hews Augustus H. boards 291 Broadway 
Hews Catherine, widow of John, house 291 Broadway 
Hewson John N. shoemaker, house 341 Cambridge 
Hewton William, baker (Charlestown), bds. 8 Cambridge 
Heydecker Lewis, cabinet maker, house 91 Vine 
Hevmer John C. stereotyper (5 Washington, B.), house 

22 Wendell 
Heyn August F butcher, house Gore, near Fifth 
Hey wood Joseph B. painter, boards 94 Auburn 
Heywcod Joseph F. wood moulder, F. Geldowsky, house 

at Boston 
Hcywood Sarah H. widow of Samuel P. h. 149 Austin 
Hey wood Thomas, machinist, house 21 Washington 
Hezlitt George, stone setter, house 9 Ellsworth ave. 
Hibbard David, bookkeeper (25 Washington, B.), h. 212 

Noith ave. 
Hickey James, laborer, house Lincoln court 
Hicke}^ John, laborer, house rear Bridge, near Short 
Hickey John J. stone cutter, house 12 Third 
Hickey Michael, stone cutter, house 12 Third 
Hickey Michael W. organ maker, house 5 Mill 
Hickey Patrick H. stereotyper, h. 109 Pleasant 
Hickey Thomas L. carver, boards Lincoln, near Windsor 
Hickford Thomas W. house 4 Union [Hancock 

Hickie John J. driver baker's wagon, house Green, near 

J. FORD &, SON, Harvard Square, PRINT POSTERS AND 


Hicks John, painter, 660 Main, house rear 19 Short 

Hicks John G. wheelwright, boards 25 Parks 

Hicks Leander E. agent (Wheeler & Wilson, B.), house 

24 Sixth 
Hicks Thomas, miller, house 33 Union 
Hicks Samuel W. laborer, house 5 West 
Hicks Thomas J. bootmaker, house 171 Thorndike 
Hicks William C. reed board maker (Cambridge, cor. 

Charles, B.), boards 46 Western ave. 
Hickson Henry Mrs. house 28 Sydney [259 Harvard 

Hidden William H. dry goods (170 Devonshire, B.), h. 
Higgins Andrew M. carpenter, house Putnam place, near 

Western ave. 
Higgins Benjamin F. carpenter, house 95 Green 
Higgins Charles, carpenter, house 54 Cedar 
Higgins Edward, bookkeeper, 112 Cambridge, boards do. 
Higgins Edward B. carpenter, boards 10 Brewer 
Higgins Elbridge S. carpenter, boards 9 River 
Higgins Freeman, cabinet maker, boards 284 Broadway 
Higgins James, merchant tailor, 112 Cambridge, h. do. 
Higgins James W. clerk, 112 Cambridge, boards do. 
Higgins John, carriage painter, house 8 East Perry 
Higgins John, switch tender, house 124 Brookliiie 
Higgins Martin V. carpenter, house over P. O. 559 Main 
Higgins Michael, plumber, 71 Cambridge, boards do. 
Higgins Patrick, boiler maker, house 102 Main 
Higgins Patrick, laborer, house 8 East L*erry 
Higgins Patrick, hackman, house 423 Cambridge 
Higgins Sumner C. (Higgins & Knubley), stoves, etc., 653 

Main, house 34 Hamilton 
Higgins Thomas F. hackman, house 423 Cambridge 
Higgins Warren I. clerk, boards B. F. Knowles, r. 82 Green 
Higgins William H. carpenter, house 10 Wendell 
Higgins AVilliam H. cooper, boards 26 Eighth 
Higgins Willis, carpenter, house 95 Green 
Higgins & Knubley (Sumner C. Higgins and John W. 

Knubley), stoves, furnaces, etc., God Main 
Higginson Edward, student, H. U. rooms 32 Hollis Hall 
Hight Charles F. horse car conductor, boards 89 Tremunt 
Hildreth Abel A. policeman, rooms 77 Clark 
Hildreth Arthur, law student, rooms 100 Mt. Auburn 
Hildreth A. Edwin (J. H. Osgood & Co. 76 Federal, B.), 

house 62 North avenue 
Hildreth Charles W. clerk, house 42 Hol} T oke 
Hildreth John L. physician, 37 Brattle square, h. do. 
Hill Alexander, engineer, house 53 Clark 
Hill Aithur, laborer, house 12 Dinsmore court 
Hid Ashfel F. journalist, boards 10 Warland 

No. 1 Hyde's Block, 6Q3 Main street, Cambridge pot t. 


Hill Charles H. organ maker, 4*26 Main, house 8 State 
Hill Daniel G. confectioner, 554 Main, house 14 Suffolk 
Hill David J. pressman, University Press, bds. 20 Brewer 
Hill David W. gas and steam fitter, house 74 Washington 
Hill Edward, blacksmith, house Emerson 
Hill Edward B. student, H. U. rooms 9 Gray's Hall 
Hill Edward N. blacksmith, house Jefferson, n. Rideout 
Hill Edwin A. agent, 58 Cambridge, h. at E. Somerville 
Hdl Edwin L printer, 58 Cambridge 
Hill George A. assistant professor of physics and Reg- 
istrar, H. U. rooms 20 Holwortliy Hall 
Hill Henry B. assistant in chemistry, H. U. h. 30 Mellen 
Hill Henry W. at Wood's organ manufactory, bds. 8 State 
Hill Holmes, porter, house 96 Webster ave. 
Hill James, hostler, house 9 Flagg 
Hill Jas. C. house 62 River 
Hill James D. gardener, house 20 Brewer 
Hill James W. H. apothecary, 28 River, house 62 River 
Hill John, shoemaker, house Stevens' court 
Hill John D. laborer, house 22 Brewer 
Hill Joseph, marines; boards 102 Harvard 
Hill J. Frank, jeweller, boards 64 Prospect 
Hill Maria W. widow of Wm. W. house Crossland 
Hill Nathan R. house 11 Revere place 
Hill Richard, porter (B ), house rear 88 Harvard 
Bill Timothy, laborer, house 10 Foster 
Hdl Walter C. student, H. U. rooms 68 Mt. Auburn 
Hill William, laborer house rear Mt. Auburn, n. Willard 
Hill William A. planer, 426 Main, house 7 Brooks 
Hill William F. moulder, house 1 Crossland 
Hill William G. leather dealer (35 High, B.), h. 104 Otis 
Hillary John, soap-maker, house 4 Portland 
Hillery Martin, tailor, house 32 Cowperthwait 
Hillery Thomas, laborer, Mt. Auburn, h. r. 241 Mt. Auburn 
Hilliard Samuel D. shoemaker, house 85 Washington 
Hillman John J. silver plater (24 Sudbury, B.), house 

156 Thorndike 
Hillock Thomas J. carpenter, house 6 Fifth 
Hills Henry A. furniture (53 Fulton, B.), house 93 Pearl 
Hills Henry S. furniture (53 Fulton, B.), h. 78 Thorndike 
Hills Sarah, widow of Joseph, house 19 Jay 
Hilton James M. produce dealer (B.), house 9 Forest 
Hilton James M. stoves, furnaces, etc. 446 Harvard, house 

53 Oxford 
Hilton Joseph F. provisions (B.), house 14 Centre [lumbia 
Hilton Thomas B. hairdresser (Brookline), bds. 117 Co- 
Himeon Geo. E. paper hanger, house rear 99 Green 
Himeon Miner W. carpenter, house rear 439 Main 

street, Cambridgeport. 


Ilimmill Arthur, blacksmith, house 239 Main 
Hinckley Menry, clergyman, house 340 Broadway 
Hinckley Isaac, pres. Philadelphia, Wilmington and Bal- 
timore R. R. house 18 Sumner 
Hinckley Robert, carpenter, hoards 127 Prospect 
Hinckley Sarah J. Miss, teacher, Allston Grammar school, 
boards 25 Williams [Brattle 

Hincks Edward W., Brevet Brig. Gen. U. S. A. boards 159 
Hinds Charles H. electrician, boards 2 Oak 
Hinds Edward, cabinet maker, house 157 Windsor 
Hines James K. law student, boards 353 Harvard 
Hines Joseph, in Boston rolling mill, Portland 
Hines Michael II. moulder, boards 40 Washington 
Hines Richard B. agent (Chauney, cor. Bedford, B), h. 

22 Sixth 
Hinkley Holmes, student, H. U. rooms 50 Weld Hall 
Hinman Ella L. Miss, teacher, Felton primary school, bds. 

20 Magazine 
Hinman Joseph, travelling agent, house 50 Magazine 
Hippler Andrew, chair-maker, house rear 63 Gore 
Hiil Joseph, blacksmith, house 2 JO Norfolk 
Hirschauer Charles C. furniture finisher, F. Geldowsky, 

house at Boston 
Hitchcock Edward, clerk, 159 Harvard, house 341 Main 
Hitchcock George, law student, rooms 52 Brattle 
Hittinger George J. clerk, 72 Main, house atSomerville 
Hittinger Michael (Rawson & Hittinger), engine raanu- 

tacturer, 72 Main, house at Somerville 
Hittle Erhart, musical instrument maker (71 Sudbury, B.), 

house 8 Eighth 
Ilixon Charles F. cabinet maker, boards 116 Harvard 
Hixon Edward (Edward Hixon & Co.), furniture and up- 
holstery goods 124 Harvard, house 70 Franklin 
Hixon Edward & Co. (Edward Hixon, Frederick Reed and 
Edward Hixon jr.), furniture and upholstery goods, 
172 Washington, B.), factory 124 Harvard 
Hixon Edward, jr. (Edward Hixon & Co.), furniture, etc. 

124 Harvard, house at Watertown 
Hixon George, upholsterer, house 116 Harvard 
Hixon George E. upholsterer, boards 32' Pearl 
Hixon Margaret A. widow of James, h. 13 Sparks st. pi. 
Hixon Martin, upholsterer, house 71 Hastings 
Hixon Robert T. boards 13 Sparks st. place 
Hixon Walter J. clerk, boards 116 Harvard 
Hixon Win, J. upholsterer, house 116 Harvard 
Hoag Adolph, laborer, house 117 Spruce 
Hoag Jonathan, clerk, boards 173 Main 
Hoar David B. student, H. U. rooms 8 Holyoke 

ROBERT BACON & CO. 45 West street, Boston. Fine Snirts , 
Collars and Cuffs Ready Made. 



Honr Mary Mrs. bouse 194 Dublin 

Hoar Roekwood, student, II. U. rooms 67 Thayer 

liobart Edward K. student, II. U. rooms 25 Weld 

Ho bait George B. student, II. U. rooms 44 Matthews 

llobnrt Moses K. baker, house Windsor, near Lincoln 

Uobbs Augustus L. cabinet maker, h. Acorn, n. Walnut 

llobbs Eiiza A. widow of Curtis, house 115 spring 

Ho! bs Francis A. bookbinder, house 14 Bath 

llobbs James, vinegar manufacturer, Eighth, boards 101 

llobbs Jeremiah R. pattern maker, boards 7 Park 
Hobbs Jeremiah S. carpenter, house 7 Park 
llobbs John, expressman, house 4 Jordan place 
Hobbs Lydia C. Miss, boarding-house, 29 Cherry 
Hobbs Mary, widow of Daniel, house 26 Tremont 
Hobbs William, clock-repairer, house 249 Broadway 
Ilobson Henry D. student. H. U. rooms 23 Matthews 
Hoeh Charles, cabinet maker, boards 56 Oak 
I loch Edward W. clerk N. E. Glass Co. house at Boston 

Hoch , cabinet maker, Geldowsky's, bds. 12 Winter 

Hocking John, agent (Northern Transportation Co. 7 

State, H.), house 18 Forest 
Hodgdon Amos, caipenter, boards 10 Eliot 
Hodgdon John H. stair-builder, boards rear 508 Main 
Hodgdon John K. distillery, Cambridge, cor. Distillhouse 

] lace, boards 69 Spring 
Hodgdon Lizzie R. Mrs. dressmaker, rooms 37 Brattle sq. 

Hodgdon , cooper, boaids 186 Gore 

Hodge James A student, H. U. rooms 60 Matthews 
Hodges Amory G siudmt, H. U. rooms 6 llolworthy Hall 
Hodges Arthur (W. S. Barbour & A. Hodges), civil en- 
gineer, 563 Main, house at West Soinerville 
Hodges Charles F. student, H. U. rooms 44 Weld 
Hedges Gilbert H. civil engineer, 563 Main, bds. at West 

Hodges Jane, widow of Francis, house 38 Ellery 
Hodges Mary A. widow of James C. house 48 Pine 
Hodges Nathaniel D. C student, H. U. rooms 34 Weld 
Hodges Richard M. clergyman, house 1 Waterhouse 
Hodges Samuel W. hairdresser, boards 81 Wendell 
Hodges Thomas H. laborer, house 34 Hastings 
Hodgkins John, paper hanger, house 3 Fifth 
Hodgkins Julia A. Miss, teacher, Washington Grammar 

School, bds. at Boston [Boston 

Hodgkins Margaret R. teacher, Harvard School, boards at 
Hodgkins Rufus M. assistant P. M. 559 Main, house 3 

Hodgkins Samuel, carpenter, house 3 Fifth 

tllia'LAHS ANJD RECEIPTS printed by J. FORD & SON, 
Harvard Square. 


HedgkinS William E. tailor (18 School, B.), house 12 Rem- 
Hodgkins "William K. mason, house 9 Austin 
Hodsdon Benjamin P. fruit dealer (11 and 12 No. Market, 

B.), house 112 Thorndike 
Hodsdon Edwin C. cooper, boards 2G Eighth 
Hodson Clarence L. cooper, boards 28 Fifth 
Holer Frederick, tool maker, P'irst, near Cambridge, house 

rear 58 Cambridge 
Hoffman John, cabinet maker, house 155 Spring 
Hoffman Reinhold F. foreman, Bcal & Hooper, house 

Lechmere block 
Hoffses Emerson H. carpenter, house 51 Clark 
Hogan Daniel, laborer, bds. Bridie, opp. Mansion House 
Hogan Edward, cooper, house 70 Gore 
Hogan James, laborer, house 202 Hampshire 
Hogan John B. cabinet maker, house 135 BrookHne 
Hogan John C. printer, house Franklin, near Bay 
Hogan John J. house 135 Brookline 
Hogan Joseph, book-binder, boards 27 Mt. Auburn 
Ilojan Julia, widow, house Franklin, near Bay 
Hogan Matthew, potter, boards 45 Coggswell avenue 
Hogan William, cigar maker, 96 Third, boards do. 
Hoit P^zekiel, glass-cutter, boards 110 Otis 
Hoit Joseph, glass cutter, house 128 Thorndike 
Hoebel Christian, shoemaker, house 72 Harvard 
Holbrook James V. at Beal & Hooper's, house 72 Sixth 
Holbrook John L. painter, B. & L. R. R. shop, house at 

East Lexington [18 Coggswell ave. 

Holbrook John W. carriage trimmer, North Cambridge, h. 
Holbrook Nathan H. salesman (110 State, B ), house 

Walnut, near Pearl 
Holden Amos P. musician, house 100 Allston 
Holden Elizabeth, widow of Alvan, house 1 Oak 
Holden Orrin, piano key maker, boards 95 Hampshire 
Holden Patrick, salesman, house 49 Amory 
Holden Susan B. widow of Tilly, house 8 Allen 
Holden Wm. blacksmith, house 152 Green 
Holden William, laborer, house 41 Hastings 
Holder Daniel B. salesman (B.), house 34 Amory 
Holehan Thomas, laborer, 69 Main, h. Harvard, n. Main 
Holiday Henry, porter (B.), house 72 Elm 
Holland Amelia Mrs. house 476 Cambridge 
Holland Chas. H. coffee inspector (35 Batterymarch, B.), 

house 109 Inman 
Holland Cornelius, laborer, house Jefferson, n. Warren 
Holland David, laborer, house 127 Webster ave. 
Holland Frederick W. Rev. house 15 Everett 

J. S. SAWYER, GRAVEL ROOFING, No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 
Main Street, Cambridgeport. 


Holland Henry W. attorney (33 School, B.), boards 15 

Holland John, laborer, bouse 3G Harvard 
Holland John E. compositor, Riverside, bds. 3 Symond's 

block, DeWolf 
Holland Michael J. baker, house 12 Hancock 
Holland Michael J teamster, house 1A9 Windsor 
Holland Timothy, laborer, house 17 Harvard 
Holland Wm. night-watchman, boards 204 Franklin 
Holland Wm. A printer, bds. Brighton. cor. Mt. Auburn 
Holland Wm. H. hostler, boards Norfolk, near Broadway 
Hollenbcck John, laborer, house 33 Washington 
I10LLINGSWORTH THOMAS, picture framer, 03 Cam- 
bridge, house Bridge, near Third 
Ilcllis Charles, painter, boards 249 Broadway 
Hollis Chas. Mrs. boards 33 Essex 

lb His Chas. R. wheelwright, F. Ivors, boards at Somervile 
Hollis Lucinda E. widow of Charles H. boards 103 Anstin 
Hollis Mary, widow of Charles, house 58 Market 
Holly John A. boards 09 Concord ave. 
Holly Patrick, house 69 Concord ave. 
Holman Chas. A. manuf. and dealer in office furniture (21 

Salem, B.), house 3 State 
Holman John, feathers and bedding (60 Union and 47 

Friend, B.), house i40 North ave. 
Holman John C. student, H. U. boards 140 North ave. 
Holman Lizzie A. Mrs. dressmaker, bds 125 Mt. Auburn 
Holman Wm. H. student, II. U. rooms 51 Thayer's Hall 
Holmbcrgh John, cabinet maker, house 45 Winter 
Holmes Albert, carpenter, boards 12 Norfolk 
Holmes Caroline E. widow, house 44 Brighton 
Holmes Catherine C. Mrs. boarding house, 38 School 
Holmes Charles S. in Boston rolling mill, Portland 
Holmes Charles W. clerk, boards 93 Auburn 
Holmes Everard, boards 210 Harvard 
Holmes Francis M. flour dealer (40 and 42 Commercial, 

B.), house 80 Magazine 
Holmes Freeland S. salesman, house 7 Douglass 
Holmes Horatio A. house 72 Sixth 

Holmes Howard W. drives provision wagon, bds. 63 Spring 
Holmes Isaac C. (Holmes & Rugg), wood and coal, River- 
side, opp. City mill, house 75 Allston 
Holmes Isaac G. clerk, boards 75 Allston 
Holmes James A. shoe dealer (25 Federal, B.), bds. 325 

Holmes John, attorney, house 5 Appian way 
Holmes Jos. A. (Jos. A. Holmes & Co.), grocer, 606 and 
610 Main, house 55 Magazine 

tUiLUUE.VS BOOTS A Specialty. C. D. WILDER, 557 Main 
street, Cambiidgeport. 


Holmes Jos. A. & Co. (Jos. A. Holmes and Jos. H. 

Holmes), grocers, 606 and 610 Main 
Holmes Jos. H. (Jos. A. Holmes & Co.), grocer, 606 and 

610 Main, house 81 Green 
Holmes Julia H. Mrs. house 32 Magazine 
Holmes Marcus R. piano key finisher, boards 38 School 
Holmes Martha A. Mrs. house 93 Auburn 
Holmes Mary A. widow of David N. house 63 Spring 
Holmes Patrick, laborer, house 46 Foster 
Holmes Peter, grease collector, house 92 Webster ave. 
Holmes Samuel, tinsmith, house 139 Main 
Holmes Samuel W. furnace builder, house 137 Main 
Ho mes Timothy, laborer, house 99 Main 
Holmes William S. polisher, house Bay, cor. Franklin 
Holmes & Kugg (Isaac C. Holmes and George H. Rugg), 

wood and coal, Riverside, opp. City mill 
Holt Alden, piper (50 Union, B ), house 16 Watson 
Holt Amos T. foreman, S. A. Holt's, house Otis, near Con- 
gregational church 
Holt Alfred F. physician, boards 98 Austin 
Holt Caroline S. Mrs. boards 469 Broadway 
Holt Edward H. law student, boards 469 Broadway 
Holt Frank, horse car driver, boards 99 Mt. Auburn 
Holt Homer C. law student, boards 469 Broadway 
Holt Jacob A. driver, Hose 1, h. Wright, cor. Harrison pi. 
Holt James L. Mrs. house 10 Sooth 
HOLT JOSEPH G. lawyer, 583 Main, h. 469 Broadway 
Holt Leandcr, shoulder braces (40 Hanover, B.), house 

46 Spruce 
Holt Sam '1 H. blacksmith (409 Federal, B.), h. 8 Chestnut 
Holt Stephen A. (S. A. Holt & Co.), hardwood lumber, 17 

East, office (17 Bowker, B.), house at Winchester 
Holt S. A. & Co. (Stephen A. Holt and John B Bugbee), 

hardwood lumber dealers, 17 East, office (17 Bowker, 

B), Boston 
HOLT WILLIAM B. painter, 14 Church, house 6 South 
Holyoke House, Harvard, corner Holyoke 
Holyoke Store, James Huntington proprietor, watches, 

jewelry, etc.. 458 Harvard 
Homer Cuarles W. house 2Q Garden 
Homer Henry A. boards 26 Garden 
Homer Moore R. reid estate agent, house 214 Harvard 
Hood Martin C. (M. C. Hood & Co.), fancy goods, 442 

Harvard, house at Chelsea [Harvard, h. at Boston 
Hood Milton B. (M. C. Hood & Cos), fancy goods, 442 
Hood M. C. & Co. (Martin C. and Milton B. HooJ), 

fancy goods, 442 Harvard 
Hooker Anna W. widow of Anson, house 415 Broadway 

GEO. B. JAMES & CO., Lumber, Junction Bridge and Cam- 
bridge street*, East Cambridge. Boston office 1± State street. 
Eastern and Western Lumber of every variety. 


Hooker Anson P. physician, 57 Otis, house do. [Walnut 
Hooker Chas. K. pipe-fitter (2 Bath, H.), h. Magazine, n. 
Hooker Charles R. car driver, hoards 24 Farwell place 
Hooker Charles T. boards 415 Broadway 
Hooker Emerson A. stone cutter, house 33 Fourth 
Hooker Henry (Morrill & Hooker), steam engines, 356 

Main, house 57 Auburn 
Hooker Hiram Mrs. house 24 Farwell place [Farwell place 
Hooker Hiram W. driver, steam fire-engine, No. 1 bds. 24 
Hooper Edward W. steward. H. U. house at Krookline 
Hooper Franklin W. student, H. U. rooms 24 Weld 
Hooper George K. (Beal & Hooper), furniture manufac- 
turer, Cambridge, near First, house Boston 
Hooper Horace N. student. H U. rooms 34 College 
Hooper James, house 291 North avenue, corner Hollis 
Hooper J D. bouse 2 Allston court 
Hooper Moses W. policeman, house 53 Fifth 
Hooper Sewall H. student, H. U. rooms 2 Matthews 
Hooper Warren L. fruit dealer (11 South Market, B.), h« 

25*1 North avenue 
Hooper William R. student, Ep. Theo. Sem. 126 Brattle 
Hope Eugene, stereotyper, house 26 East Perry 
Hopkins Adoniram J. student, H. U. rooms 28 Matthews 
Hopkins Albeit B. carpenter, house 115 Green 
Hopkins Catherine, widow of Edward, house 119 Elm 
Hopkins Curtis, shell fish, house 5 Franklin 
Hopkins Edwin, glass worker, boards 5 Water 
Hopkins Emma A. Miss, teacher Allston grammar school, 

boards 165 Spring 
Hopkins Eugene, cooper, house 167 Thorndike 
Hopkins James, laborer, houss rear 72 Norfolk 
Hopkins John G. glass-blower, house 38 Fifth 
Hopkins Michael J. laborer, house 6 Hastings 
Hopkins Thomas, glass-blower, house 165 Spring 
Hop wood William, painter, boards 127 Prospect ]< 
Hopkins William G. glass-worker, boards 5 Water 
Hopkinson John P. teacher Private school (20 Boylston 

place, B.), house 22 Craigie 
Hopkin 0:i Thomas Mrs. house 5 Phillips place 
Hoppin Nicholas, Rector Christ Church, house 13 Follen 
Hoppin Theodore (B.), house 204 Cambridge 
Hopkins Rose, widow, house 6 Hastings 
Horalouis Charles, mariner, house 74 Harvard 
Horan John, carpenter, house 9 Baldwin court 
Horan Charles, laborer, house 65 Spruce 
Horan Jeremiah, laborer, house 5 Clay 
Horan Mary, widow of David, house 53 North 
Horan Maurice, carpenter, h Green, near Bay 

J. b OitD di, SON, Harvard Square, have every facility for doing 
gciierai job printing. 


Koran Patrick, laborer, house Montgomery, near Spruce 
Horan Timothy, painter, house 3/7 North avenue 
Hore Michael, glass-blower, boards Mansion House, Gore 
Horgan Dennis (John J. Morgan & Bro.), marble worker, 

boards John J. Horgan's, Pioneer 
HORGAN JOHN J. (J. J. Horgan & Bro.), marble 

works, 53 Main, house Pioneer 
HORGAN JOHN J. & BROTHER (John J. and Dennis 

Horgan), marble works, 53 Main 
Horgan Timothy, blacksmith, house 33 Dunster [Spring 
Horn Israel F. ice-dealer (Cambridgepcrt), house 93 
Horn Plummer S. teamster, house 57 Broadway 
Hornbrook Francis B. student, Divinity school, rooms 42 

Divinity Hall 
Horrigan John, laborer, house 55 Amory 
Horrigan John 2d, laborer, house 55 Amory 
Horrigan Michael, tailor, house 420 Cambridge 
Horrigan Timothy, laborer, house 18 Antrim 
Horrisran Timothy, laborer, house 50 Amory 
Horsford Eben N. house 27 Craigie 
Horslin Thomas, paper-ruler, house 11 Suffolk 
Horsman Geo. W. stereotvper Riverside, bds. 5 Rockland 
Hosley D tinsmith (11 Custom House, B.), house 59 

Hosley Frederick P. milkman and baker, 71 Vine, 12 Win- 
ter, and 82 Spring, house 71 Vine 
Hough Washington I. house 223 Harvard 
Houghton Albert G. (H. O. Houghton & Co.), Riverside 

Press, and New York Publishing House of Hurd & 

Houghton, house at (Brooklyn, N. Y.) 
Houghton Henry O. (H. O. Houghton & Co.), Riverside 

Press, house 800 Main 
Houghton Henry M. (H. M. Houghton & Co.), grocer, 

Cambridge, junction Hampshire, house at Sotnerville 
Houghton II. M. & Co. (Henry M. Houghton and Ralph 

W. Shattuck), grocers, Cambridge, cor. Hampshire 
Houghton H. O & Co. (Menry O. Houghton, Melancthon 

M. Hurd, Albert G. Houghton, Horace E. Scudder 

and Geo. H. Mifflin), Riverside Press, at Riverside, 

foot of River 
Houghton Mary A. widow of George A. h. 58 Mt. Auburn 
Houguton Moses H. student, Divinity school, rooms 6 

Divinity Hall 
Houghton Samuel A. clerk, Cambridge, corner Hampshire, 

house at Somerville 
Houghton Sarah A. widow of Isaac, house 159 Green 
Houghton Thomas P. building mover, house 32 Windsor 
Houley William, workman, 10 Arrow, house at Brighton 

No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 Main street, Cambridgeport. 


Hovey Charles H. boards Charles M. Hovey's, Broadway, 

corner Maple avenue 
Hovey Charles JM. (Hovey & Co.), nursery, Cambridge, 

near Maple avenue, and (53 North market, B.), h. 

Broadway, corner Maple avenue 
Kovey Dana R. clerk, 532 Main, boards do [8 Day 

Hovey Elbridge S. real estate (Pemberton square, B.), h. 
Hovey Harriet 8. widow of Ebenezer, house 25 State 
Hovey Horatio N. grocer, Gore, c. Third, h. 93 Otis 
Hovey Horatio N. jr. dry goods and paper hangings, 103 

Cambridge, house 94 Otis 
Hovey J. Dana, grocer, 532 Main, house do. 
Hovey John C. horticulturist (53 North Market, B.), 

house 9 Brook line 
Hovey Lewis \V. hostler, Fresh Pond Hotel, boards do. 
Hovey Mary H. widow of William B. house 40 Williams 
Hovey Phineas B. (Hovey & Co.), horticulturist (53 

North Market, B.), hous ■ 9 Brookline 
Hovey Stillman S. currier, Wm. Midler's, h. at Somerville 
Hovey Walter, salesman (B.), house 110 Inman 
Hovey William H.,(32 Quincy mk't. B.), h. 67 Pleasant 
Hovey & Co. (Charles M. and Phineas B. Hovey), nursery, 

Cambridge, near Maple avenue, and (53 North Mar- 
ket, B.) 
Hovington Thomas, butcher, house 22 Lambert 
Howard Alfred G. carver, h. 137 Hampshire [Winter 
Howard Andrew W. coffin maker, Loekhart's, bds. 56 
Howard Charles F. book-keeper, house 3 Summer 
Howard Charles W. carpenter, house 48 Broadway 
Howard Dorus F. conductor, rooms 25 Mt. Auburn 
Howard Frank, cigar-maker, house 21 Front 
Howard Gabriel, laborer, house rear 37 Garden 
Howard George C. author, house 826 Main 
Howard George II. book-keeper, Lockhart's, Bridge, 

house 66 Spring 
Howard Helen M. widow of Edward, A. house 119 Pearl 
Howard James, baker, house 15 Vine 
Howard Julius D. compositor, house 17 Banks 
HOWARD PETER J. hair-dresser, 10 Brighton, house 

28 Tremont 
Howard Peter M. hair-dresser, house 28 Tremont 
Howard Thomas, moulder, boards 5 Dickinson 
Howard Thomas M. clerk, 186 Cambridge, bds. G6 Spring 
Howard William L. clerk (27 State, 15.), house Mill, near 

Charles Kiver 
Ilowarlh J. Thomas, painter, house 202 Hampshire 
Howe Archibald M. lawyer (15 Pemberton sq. 15.), bds. 

4 Garden 

LAUlEs' BOOTS AND SHOES at C. L>. YY ILDttll'S, 557 Main 
street, Caiubrklgeport. 


Howe Avery F. (31 Faneuil Hall mk't. B.), h. 35 Williams 
Howe Charles H. saloon, 435 Cambridge, house do. 
Howe Daniel K. carriage trimmer, house 34 Sydney 
Howe David (Teel, Howe & Co.), bacon curer, Main, 

opposite Windsor, house 35 Front 
Howe Edw. F. (31 Faneuil Hall mk't. B ), h. 35 Williams 
Howe Elias, music-dealer (103 Court, B.), house 285 

Howe Estes, treasurer Cambridge Gas Light Co., Lyceum 

Building, Harvard sq. and treas. U. It. R. Co. Palmer, 

house 1 Oxford 
Howe Frank M. draughtsman (2 Pemberton square, B.), 

house 7 Norris 
Howe George L. salesman (B.), boards 4 Wright 
Howe James Murray, real estate agent, (15 Pemberton 

sq. B.), house 4 Garden 
Howe John, drives brend cart, bouse 5 Crane 
Howe Josiah D. painter, Mt. Auburn cemetery, h. 3 Foster 
Howe Mary E. Miss, house 2 Garden 
Howe Mary L. widow of George, house 4 Wright 
Howe Octavius, superintendent of docks (7b Commercial, 

B.), house 17 Mt. Auburn 
Howe Otis (T\ler Howe & Co.), spring bed manufac- 
turer, 3^6 Main, house 26 Intnan 
Howe O. Thorndike, student, II. U. bds. 1 7 Mt. Auburn 
Howe Samuel, medical slu lent, boards 1 Oxford 
Howe Thomas J. boots and shoes (4 Pearl, B.), house 

32 Wendell 
Howe Thos. J. G. spring bed maker, boards 392 Main 
Howe Tracy, clerk, boards U. T. Howe's, Garden 
Howe Tyler (Tyler Howe & Co.), spring bed manufactur- 
er, 3*6 Main, house 392 do. 
Howe Tyler & Co. (Tyler Howe and Otis Howe), spring 

bed manufs. 3*6 Main (New York olflce, 173 Canal) 
Howe U. Tracy (15 Pemberton sq. B.), house 55 Garden 
Howe Win conservatory, Oxford, cor. Crescent, h. do. 
Howe Wm. clergyman, house 746 Main 
Howe Win. II. clerk (103 Court, B.), bds. 285 Broadway 
Howell, W. D. editor (Alantic Monthly), B.), house 3 

Berkeley [Boston 

Howes A. Newell, book-keeper, 139 Broadway, bds. at 
Howes Benj L. coal (19 Doanc, B.), boards 66 In man 
Howes Solomon, sea-captain, house 331 Broadway 
Howes William, hostler, boards G'J In man 
Howland Henry, tutor in German, ll.U. r'ms. 7 Stoughton 
Howland Thos. T. mason, house 91 Norfolk 
Howland Win. II. (Howland, Doughty & Co.), lumber 

dealer, Prison Point bridge, house at Woburn 

ROBERT BACON & CO., Office HO Main street, Cambriclgeport. 
Patterns eut and materials for Shirts furnished. 


HOWLAND, DOUGHTY & CO. (Win. H. Rowland, 

James Doughty and Chas E. Rodfern), lumber deal- 
ers, Prison Point bridge, order-box (22 State, B.) 
Howlett Chas. M. cigar maker (94 Union, B.), h. 28 

Howlett Enoch J. cigar maker, house 117 "Washington 
Howlett Geo. C. commission merchant (25 Central, whf. 

B.), house 56 Columbia 
Howlett Walter H. boards 117 Washington 
Howlett Win. cigar maker, 539 Main, h. 115 Washington 
Howlett Wm gas-fitter, boards 117 Washington 
Hoyt Alvan, carpenter, house 86 School 
Hoyt Arthur W. civil engineer, boards 36 Trowbridge 
Hoyt Benjamin F. provision wagon, house 88 Sixth 
HOYT BENJ. J. bell-hanger, 625 Main, h. 61 Cherry 
Hoj^t Benj. S. (A. C. Sanborn & Co.), rough and ham- 
mered granite, Sanborn's wharf, Bridge, h. 134 Otis 
Hoyt Geo. F. Mrs. house 44 Broadway 
Hubbard Appleton, wood and coal-dealer, wharf foot of 

Charles River, house 19 Mt. Auburn 
Hubbaid Charles D. -color manuf. Montgomery, house Mt. 

Pleasant, cor. Walden 
Hubbard Frank A. student, H. U. rooms 8 Hollis 
Hubbard Fred C. painter, B. &. L. R. R. shop, h. at, Boston 
Hubbard Gardner Greene, counsellor (39 State B.), house 

148 Brattle 
Hubbard Geo. B. conductor, house 8 Rockwell 
Hubbard Henry G. student, H. U. rooms 15 Gray 
Hubbaid John II. apothecary, Harvard blk. 468 Harvard, 

beards 44 Mt. Auburn 
Hubbard Melville W. clerk (Boston P. O.). h. 8 Rockwell 
Hubbard William II. driver, Thurston, Hall & Co. h. 30 

Hubbard W T illiam M. provisions, Cambridge, cor. Second, 

house 9 North Second 
Huckins Irving, student, Scientific school, bds. 36 Concord 

Huckins Thomas S. carpenter and builder, Brighton, near 

Eliot, house 36 Concord ave, 
Hucks >n Jacob, laborer, house 49 Harvard 
Hudson Cora A. Miss, dressmaker, bds. Lewis II. Bryant's, 

Avon Hill 
Hudson Geo. moulder, h. 40 Gore 

Hudson John F. inkstand manuf 64 Fifth, h.126 Thorndike 
Hudson Samuel A. tailor (5 Temple, B.), h. 7 Clinton 
Hudson Sophia II. widow of Lucius T. dressmaker, boards 

10 Brookline 
Hudsun Thomas, carpenter, house 30 Fourth 

J. FORD «fc SOJV, Harvard Square, print cards, and all other 
kinds of printing. 


Hudson Thos. S. Mrs. bouse 75 Otis 

Hudson T. Her.ry, clerk, boards 75 Otis 

Hughes Geo. H. painter, house 12 Pine 

Hughes George T. tinman, house 4 Stinson court 

Hughes John, laborer, house Lambert, near Cambridge 

Hughes John, laborer, house Spruce, near brickyard 

Hughes Michael, grocer, North ave. opp Tannery, h. do. 

Hughes Michael, laborer, house 78 Brighton 

Hughes Mrs. house 2 Laundry block, Third 

Hughes Patrick, boarding, 10 Broadway, h. do. 

Hughes AVilliara, stone cutter, house 7 Baldwin court 

Hughes William, stone cutter, house 188 Harvard 

Huguley Harrison W., U. S. gauger, house 154 Prospect . 

Hulbert Geo. upholsterer, house 41 Hamilton 

Hull James C. cooper, house rear 62 Cambridge 

Hull James H. ivory layer, house 145 Columbia 

Hull James H. tin pedler, boards 129 Prospect 

Hull Joseph, pedler, bonrds 129 Prospect 

Hull Robert, grocer, 484 Cambridge, boards 502 do. 

Hull Thomas.^clerk, 389 Cambridge, boards 129 Prospect 

Humans William, electrician (109 Court, B.), h. 9 Auburn 

Humason William L. student, H U. rooms 15 Thayer 

Humpage Henry W. chaser, house 2G Winter 

Humphrev Benj. F. book-binder (114 State, B.), h. 22 

Humphrey David, flour (214 State, B ), house 811 Main 
Humphrey David jr. flour (214 State, B.), h. 811 Main 
Humphrey George, clerk, 186 Cambridge, bds. Lambert 
Humphrey John, laborer, house Lambert, near Gore 
Humphrey John B. stair-builder (Portland, cor. Beverly, 

B.), boards 1G5 Spring 
Hun.] hrey Julia P. Miss, teacher Washington Grammar 

school, boards 353 Harvard 
Humphrey Orra IT. clerk (P. O. B ), house 41 Union 
Humphrey Seth T. carpenter (B.), house 181 Main 
Humphrey Sophia Mis. house 101 Mt. Auburn 
Hundley Oscar R. student, H. U. rooms 2d Thayer 
HUNNEWELL CHARLES H. real estate, 2 Harvard row, 

house 134 Mt. Auburn 
Hnnnewell Elias R. (Doe & Hunnewell), furniture manuf. 

130 Gore, house at Boston 
Hnnnewell Eugene M. book-binder, bds. 131 Mt Auburn 
Hunnewell Franklin, paper hanger, 14 Church, house 17 

Hunnewell Geo. laborer, house 34 Foster 
Hunnewell Henry S. student, H. U. rooms 17 Weld 

house [6 Ash st. ct. 

Hunnewell James A. watches, jewelry, &c. 2 Harvard row, 

J. S. SAWYER, GRAVEL ROOFIXG, No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 
Main street, Cambridgeport, 


Hunnewell James W. confectionery and periodicals, Hen- 
derson's block, North ave. boards 6 Ash street ct. 
Hunnewell Ruth, widow of Charles, house 79 Brattle 
Hunnewell William, janitor of schools, house 28 Second 
Humnewell William A. coal dealer (Charlestown), house 

102 Tborndike 
Hunson Stephen, laborer, house 51 Clark 
Hunt Chas. at slaughter house, house 106 Tremont 
Hunt Edgar F. (Edgar F. Hunt & Co.), bookseller and 

stationer, 575 Main, boards 32 Bi^elow 
Hunt Edgar F. & Co. (Edgar F. Hunt and Sevmour B. 

Snow), booksellers and stationers, 575 Main 
Hunt Hannah G. widow of T. W. house 143 Cambridge 
Hunt Samuel F. undertaker and janitor, High and Harvard 

school house 32 Bigelow 
Hunt William, hostler, U. R. Co. bds. 11 Flagg 
Hunt William D. student, H. U. rooms 39 Gray 
Hunt William H. carpenter, house 36 Ellery, n. Harvard 
Hunt William H. printer, boards 2 South 
Hunter James, glass-cutter, house 60 Winter, n. Fifth 
Hunter John, mason, -house Hollis, near Spruce 
Hunter John A. mat-maker, house 69 Brooklinc 
Hunter Thomas L. iron moulder, house 65 Washington 
Hunter William, law student, bds 22 Church 
Hunting Chas. B house 11 Ellsworth ave. 
Hunting Geo. B. nurseryman, house 17 State 
Hunting Henry A. sign painter (2 Boylston, B.), house 

18 Kinnard, cor. Western ave. 
Hunting Henry E. livery stable, 70 Norfolk, h. 25 Elm 
Hunting Priscilla, widow of Herman, h. 245 Broadway 
Huntington Arthur L. law student, H. U. rooms 7Tlniyer 

Huntington James, watches and jeweliy, etc., 9 Harvard 

row and 458 Harvard, house 55 North ave. 
Huntington James O. S. student, H. U. rooms 48 Gray 
Huntoon Hazen 1\ physician, house 69 River 
Huntress James E. musician (96 Washington, rra. 9, B.), 

house rear 150 Prospect 
Huntress John S. machinist, house 4 Foster's block 
HURD AMOS D. wheelwright, Palmer, house do. 
Hurd Edward A. clock and watch repairer, 458 Harvard, 

bds.A.D. Fluid's, Palmer 
Hurd Elizabeth Miss, house 661 Main 
Hurd Geo. H. clerk (6 F. H. sq. B.), house 28 Howard 
Hurd George W. clirk(Avon, B.), bds. 661 Main 
Hurd James H. cracker pedler, house 397 Main 
Hurd Mary B. widow of Luke W. boarding, 3 Sj'mond's 

block, DeWolf, house do. 

GENT'S BOOTS AND SHOES at C. 1>. WILDER'!*, 557 Main 
street, Cambridgeport. 


Hurd Theodore C. clerk of courts, Court House, E. Cam- 
ITurlburt Joseph, carpenter, boards 20 Ilolyoke 
Hurlbut William R. wholesale dry goods (Summer, B.), h. 

425 Broadway 
ITurid John, glass maker, boards 124 Court 
Hurley Chas. saloon, 122 Broadway, house do. 
Hurley James, laborer, house 63 Gore 
Hurley Jeremiah, currier, house Montgomery, n. Spruce 
Hurley Jeremiah, waiter, house 31 Charles. 
Hurley John, laborer, house Porter, near Warren 
Hurley John, laborer, house 126 Spring 
Hurley John, stonecutter, h. Norfolk, cor. Hampshire 
Hurley John, wines and liquors, Cambridge, c. First, h. do. 
Hurley Margaret, widow of Florence, h. Lechmere place 
Hurley Mary, house 16 Hastings 
Hurley Michael, carpenter, house 325 Cambridge 
Hurley Patrick, laborer, hous/ rear 423 Cambiidge 
Hurley Patrick, laborer, house Stevens court 
Hurley Thomas, carpenter, house 126 Spring 
Hurley Timothy, laborer, house 194 Dublin 
Hurley Timollij*, teamster, house Porter, near Med ford 
Hurley William, laborer, house 108 Cambridge 
Hurlihey James, laborer, boards 53 Amory 
Hursch Charles, clerk (B ), boards 99 Austin 
Hurter William Mrs. house 95 Austin 
Hurter William F. clerk (B.), boards 95 Austin 
Hiisselbee Samuel, glassmaker, house rear 97 Gore 
Hussev Charles W. jr. book keeper (143 Summer, B.),bds. 

119 Green 
Huston Stephen, hostler, house 5 Gray place 
Hutchins E. Winchester, travelling agent, house 71 Third 
Hutchins Joseph O. diary manufacturer, h. 7 Harrison av. 
Hutchins Oscar, teacher (B ), house 111 Tremont 
Hutchins Peter P. hair-dresser, 157 North avenue, h. Day, 

near North avenue 
Hutchins Samuel, pressman, Riverside, h. 12 Ash street ct. 
Hutchins William, grocer, Milk, corner Cottage, house do. 
Hutchinson Edward, brush maker, boards 32 Broadway 
Hutchinson Eliza, widow of John, boards 20 Mason 
Hutchinson Henry W. horse car conductor,bds. 89 Tremont 
Hutchinson Hiram N. clerk, 192 Cambridge, house 45 do. 
Hutchinson James, shipper and receiver, h. 32 Broadway 
Hutchinson James jr. painter, li. 24 Harvard 
Hutchinson James B. at Lawrence Scientific school, and 

superintendent, Holyoke House, house 20 Mason 
Hutchinson Jane, wid. of Hugh, h. Warren, n. Cambridge 
Hutchinson John J. joiner, house 37 Wheatland block 

GEO. B.JAMES& CO., Lumber, Wharves, junction Bridge and 

Cambridge streets, East Cambridge. Boston office 14 State street. 

Laths, Shingles, Clapboards and Pickets. 


Hutchinson Nathan, foreman, house 10 Front 
Hutchinson Sumner, boards 8 Charles River 
Hutchinson William, cigar pedlcr, 554 Main, h. at Salem 
Hutchison Robert R book gilder, house 6 Brewer 
Hutchison Thomas, carpenter, house 1)5 Gore 
Hyams Samuel S. travelling agent, house 62 Cherry 
Hyde Chas. P. (Dana W. Hyde & Co.), dry goods, etc., 

4 Hyde's block, Main, boards 681 do. 
Hyde Dana W. (Dana W. Hyde & Co.), dry goods, etc , 

4 Hyde's block, Main, house 304 Harvard 
Hyde Dana W. & Co. (Dana \V. and Charles P. Hyde), 

dry goods, 4 Hyde's block, 609 Main [681 Main 

Hyde Kdward, treasurer, Cambridgeport Savings Bank, h. 
Hyde George W. clerk (59 Summer, B ), house 32 Mellen 
H}de Gertrude A. teacher, Webster Grammar school, h. 

304 Harvard 
Hyde Honora Mrs. house 83 Brattle 
Hyde Isaac, carpenter, house 34 Mellen 
Hyde Jonathan II. clerk, house 10 Holyoke 
Hyde William G. clerk (B.), boards 681 Main 
Hynes Thomas M. cabinet maker, house 14 Webster 
Hyson Cornelius, commission merchant (214 State, B.), 

house 6 Watson 

IGRO JOHN, laborer, house North avenue, n. Tannery 

llsley Charles P. house 11 Sumner 

Inch Michael, printer, house 226 Franklin 

Ingalls Charles E. millinery, boards 124 Austin 

Ingalls Charles W. policeman, house Elm, corner Russell, 

Somerville line 
Ingalls Ed mo ud C. student, H. U. rooms 16 Hollis 
Ingalls Henry B. grocer, 219 Broadway, house 33 Essex 
Ingalls John D. pump maker and plumber, 187 Harvard, 

house 107 Norfolk 
Ingalls John R. pump and block maker, house 33 Essex 
Ingalls Josiah II. music teacher, house 131 Pearl 
Ingalls Newton S. cabinet maker, house 2 Lake 
luges soil Ernest, student, Scientific school, rooms 11 

Divinity Hall 
Inglce Paley G. printer, boards 16 Holyoke 
I nnes James, baker, boards Lopez, near Brookline 
Ireland Angie L. Miss, dressmaker, 547 Main, house do. 
Ireland Edward C. bookbinder, house 61 Auburn 
Ireland Ripley A. box maker, house 429 Main 
Iresoo Adeline M. Miss, teacher, Washington Grammar 

school, boards 16 Mt. Auburn 
Ireson Mary, widow of Samuel, house 16 Mt. Auburn 
Irving Arthur G. piano action maker, boards 7 Douglass 

livery kind of printing required by business incn furnished by 
J. FOKl> & SON, printers, Harvard Square. 


Irving Charles, clerk (B.), house 23 Elm 

Irving James, pedler, house 104 Tremont 

Irwin James W. upholsterer, boaids 68 Brighton 

Irwin Richard, book-keeper, house 124 Otis 

Isaac Thomas, tailor (49 Temple place, B.). h. 22 Howard 

Isr.acs Solomon, cigar maker, house 32 F:ont 

Isham Charles, student, H. U. rooms 41 Holy oke House 

I vers Eliza Miss, house 24 South 

Ivers Francis, carriage and harness maker, 176 and 178 

Korth avenue, near Porter's Hotel, h. Mt. Vernon, 

near depot 
Ivers John, stone cutter, boards 26 Eighth [place 

Ivers Warren, carriage maker. F. L. Chapman, h. 7 Revere 
Ives George B. student, H. U. rooms 25 Gray 
Ivory Michael, upholsterer, house. 109 Pleasant 
Ivy Jes^.e C. student, H. U. rooms 59 College 

JACKSON ALEX, (clerk Bank ol Commerce,Sears build- 
ing, Washington, corner State, B.), boards 794 Main 
Jackson Andrew, carpenter, house 19 Suffolk 
Jackson Annie J. S widow of Orin F. h. 5 Hilliard 
Jackson Anson H. bookbinder, boards 12 Everett place 
Jackson Charles, laborer, house 8 Harvard 
Jackson Charles L. assistant professor of Chemist^, 

rooms 11 Holworthy 
Jackson Edward, laborer, house 5 West 
Jackson Edward H. painter, house 28 Short 
Jackson Elizabeth, widow of John, house 2 Pioneer place 
Jackson Elijah A. hostler, house 113 Columbia 
Jackson Oilman D. fi->h dealer (64 Anderson, B.), house 58 

Western avenue 
Jackson Isaac, clerk (B.), boards 794 Main 
Jackson James F. student, H. U rooms 8 Hollis 
Jacksou Joun, machinist, house 96 Spring 
Jackson Lucy Mrs. rooms 21 Baldwin 
Jackson Oscar R. student, H. U. rooms 51 Weld 
Jackson Patrick T. house 1 7 Follen [hds. 20 Front 

Jaekson Samuel H. corncake manufacturer, 6 Western ave. 
Jackson William, iron-moulder, house 33 Washington 
Jackson William A. builder, boards 84 Austin 
Jacobs Bela F. attorney, 583 Main, house 82 Auburn 
Jacobs Charles, bookbinder, house 107 Pleasant 
Jacobs Daniel D. furniture finisher, bds. 476 Cambridge 
Jacobs Frank C. machinist, house 51 Washington 
Jacobs George E. student, H. U. rooms 15 Thayer 
Jacobs Hannah C. widow of Daniel D. h. 476 Cambridge 
Jacobs Harriet Mrs. boarding-house, 127 Mt. Auburn, 
house do. 

No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 Main street, Cambridgeport. 


Jacobs Isaac, cabinet maker, boards 101 Brookline 
Jacobs Justin A. attorney and city clerk. City Hall, house 
19 Pleasant [Brookline, near Erie 

Jacobs Michael, clerk (Union, cor. Hanover, B ), house 
Jacobs Samuel, cigar-maker, house Brookline, near Perry 
Jacobs Sarah J. widow, house Pleasant, corner Frankiin 
Jacobson Andrew F. carriage trimmer, house 65 Columbia 
Jacobson Jacob, organ action maker, boards 32 Propect 
Jacoby Herman, clerk, boards 116 Auburn 
Jacquinot Adiien, instructor in French, H. U. rooms 12 
. College House [at Somerville 

Jaeger Chas. F. sugar refiner, Revere Sugar Refinery, h. 
Jaeger Fred C. sugar refiner, boards 54 Fourth 
James Charles, porter, house 92 Harvard 
James Charles, laborer, house Court, near Broadway 
James Edward B. (George B. James & Co.), lumbar, Cam- 
bridge, near Bridge, house South Boston 
James Francis, boards 760 Main 

James George B (George B. James & Co.), lumber, Cam- 
bridge, near Biidge, house Ward 16, Boston 
James Henry, house 20 Quincy 
James Henry, candle maker, house 61 Brookline 
James Henry jr. boards 20 Quincy 
James John, roller, house Lincoln, corner Windsor 
James John II. law student, rooms 37 Divinity Hall 
James JohnK. bras— finisher (10 Province, B.),h. 2 J Short 
James Joseph, clerk, 543 Main, boards 2 Xoifolk 
James Joseph K. brass-finisher, house rear 19 Short 
James Montgomery, student, Scientific school, rooms 94 

James Samuel, grocer, 543 Main, house 2 Norfolk 
James Samuel, teamster, boards 89 Tremont 
James Thomas P. house 94 Brattle 
James William, boards 20 Quincy 
James George B. & Co. (Geo. B.James), lumber, Bridge, 

junction Cambridge, office (14 State, B.) 
Jameson Edwin A. L. millinery (170 Washington, B.), 

house Arlington, opposite Walnut avenue 
Jamison Robert, laborer, house 192 Green [River 

Janes John, foreman, G. Woods & Co. 624 Main, h. 73 
Janssens Madamoiselle, French teacher, 34 Austin 
Jaques Henry P. student, H. U. rooms 15 Matthews 
Jaques M. Jane Miss, house 25 Church 
Jaquith Andrew, piano-forte case finisher, house 402 Main 
Jarman Mary Miss, house 43 Market 
Jarvies Amos B bookbinder, house 8 Auburn court 
Jayes Daniel, laborer, house Clifion, near Spruce 
Jecko Stephen H. student, H. U. rooms 3 Linden 

CHILDREN'S BOOTS a Specialty. C. D. WILDER, 557 Main 
street, Cambridgeport. 


Jefferds James F. coal weigher, h 1 Willard street court 

Jeffers John, laborer, house rear Mt. Auburn, near Sparks 

Jeffery Fred B clerk, boards 30 Seventh 

Jeffries Fred, coffin maker, Loekharl's, house Seventh 

Jeffries Walter L. student, H. U. rooms 1G Winthrop 

Jeffries William A. student, H. U. rooms 16 Winthrop 

Jegerstomn J. William Frederick, machinist, h. 179 Norfolk 

Jelly Emeline A. wid. James, house rear 186 Cambridge 

Jenkins John, stone cutter, 83 Main 

Jenkins Samuel (Noyes & Jenkins), lightning-rods, 120 

Green, house 15 Clinton 
Jenks Hollis W. boots and shoes (100 Court, B.), house 

Greenough avenue, corner Ellsworth avenue 
Jenness Abigail Mrs. house 47 Baldwin 
Jenness Frank, hack driver, boards 43 Pleasant 
Jenness George, lather, house 15 Suffolk 
Jenness James D. gas meter maker (Charlestown), house 

117 Windsor 
Jenness John L. Mrs. house rear 382 Cambridge 
Jenness Lewis P. pedler, house 13 Suffolk 
Jenness Samuel W. lather, house 19 Suffolk 
Jenness William H. lather, house 6 Lincoln 
Jennings Augustus L. cigar manufacturer, h. 67 Prospect 
Jennings Caroline, widow of Levi, house 64 Prospect 
Jennings Geo. H. clerk, Geo. B. James & Co., Cambridge, 

corner Bridge, house at Chelsea 
Jennings Henrj-, lather, house 4 Lincoln 
Jennings Henry L. D. clerk (B.), house 239 Broadway 
Jennings James, laborer, house 189 Spruce 
Jennings James, stone-cutter, h. Cuddy's blk. 159 Columbia 
Jennings Joseph H. Dr. veterinary surgeon, rear Main, 

opposite Columbia, house 13 Green 
Jennings Robert, carpenter, boards 15 Hilliard 
Jennings Thomas W. mason, house 50 Brookline 
Jennison James, Librarian of the Divinity school, H. U. 

house 20 Craigie 
Jesoph Charles H. clerk, boards 25 Bigelow 
Jessop Charles, glassmaker, boards Fourth, corner Gore 
Jessop Joseph H. confectioner (10 Tremont, B.), house 

25 Bigelow 
Jewell Anne, widow of Hosea, house 6 Pleasant place 
Jewell Charlotte E. Miss, teacher, Q lincy Primary school, 

house 6 Pleasant place 
Jewell Otis H. carpenter, house 37 Willard [h. 129 Peail 
Jewett Elverton S. messenger (Xat. Exchange Bank, B.), 
Jewett Arthur N. painter, 99 Cambridge, bds. 26 Sixth 
Jewett George H. carpenter, house Coggsweil place 
Johanson John, cabinet maker (B.j, house 95 Norfolk 

ROBERT BACOX & CO. 45 West street, Boston. Patterns cut 
and materials for Shirts furnished. 



Johnson A. H. painter, boards J. Pike's, Putnam, corner 

Washington [avenue 

Johnson Adam B. carpenter, bds. J. F. Wilcox's, North 
Johnson Alexander, carpenter, boards 18 J- Tremont 
Johnson AlonzoF. clerk (Post-Office,B.), h. 143 Cambridge 
Johnson Angos, oil rubber, house 123 Spring 
Johnson Charles, brass-finisher, house 11 Murdoek 
Johnson Charles B. porter (13 High, B.), house 66 Winter 
Johnson Charles R. student, H. U. rooms 39 Brattle 
Johnson Collin, hostler, house 5 Gray place 
Johnson Edward, laborer, house 124 Court [Columbia 
Johnson Francis H. fish dealer (Faneuil Hall, B.), h. 54 
Johnson Francis H. salesman (B.), house 116 Norfolk 
Johnson George H. student, H. U. bds. 125 Mt. Auburn 
Johnson Gustave, cabinet maker, house 27 Valentine 
Johnson Henry F. physician (17 Tremont Temple, B), 

house 125 Mt. Auburn 
Johnson Henry H. house painter, 20 Brattle, h. 23 Wallace 
Johnson James, teamster, boards 7 Hastings 
Johnson John, brush maker, house 66 Vine 
Johnson John, cabinet maker, house 95 Norfolk 
Johnson John T. shoemaker, house 27 Washington 
Johnson John W. student, H. U. rooms 27 Matthews 
Johnson Lafayette, laborer, house Soden, n. the laundry 
Johnson Lawrence, melter, house 44 Clark 
Johnson Maria, widow, house 54 Hastings 
Johnson Marshall, fish dealer (114 Quincy Market, B.), h. 

Pine, corner School [near Bridge 

Johnson Martha A. widow Charles, boarding house, East, 
Johnson Mary, house 19 Brewery 
Johnson Matthew, laborer, boards 116 Columbia 
Johnson Peter, laborer, house 115 Columbia 
Johnson Peter W. bookbinder, McDonald & Sons, boards 

at Somerville 
Johnson Robert, laborer, boards 9 Flagg [Spring 

Johnson Robert A. restaurant (4 Spring lane, B.), h. 61 
Johnson Robert J. clerk, boards 21 Hastings 
Johnson Sarah, widow of Carver, boards 31 Bigelow 
Johnson Sarah F. widow, house 37 Hastings 
Johnson Stephen H. teamster, house 54 Spruce 
Johnson Thomas, cabinetmaker, boards 41 Cedar 
Johnson Thomas, cabinet maker, boards 124 Court 
Johnson Thomas, laborer, house 71 Brighton 
Johnson William, brush maker, house 66 Vine 
Johnson William H. engineer, boards 6 Dunster 

Johnson , furniture polisher, house 123 Spring 

Jolly John, laborer, house Donnell, cor. Tuttle 
Jones Alfred H., H. U. rooms 6 College 

JOHN FORD «fc SOJV, Printers, Harvard Square ; every variety 
of job printing. 


Jones Allison, waiter, house 7 Webster ave. 

Jones Amos, policeman, house 64 Thornclike 

Jones Andrew, mason, house 31 Second 

Jones Andrew J. blacksmith and carriage manuf. Church, 

cor. Palmer, house 10 Everett place [Kirkland 

JONES ARTHUR R. lawyer (42 Court, B.), bds. 21 
Jones Augustus, flour inspector, house 7 Webster ave. 
Jones Austin K. janitor, H. U. house 10 Church 
Jones Benjamin M. iron (10 Oliver, B.), house 22 Lee 
Jones Charles B. car conductor, rooms 25 Mt. Auburn 
Jones Charles H. machinist, boards 12 Union 
Jones Charles L. (Charles L. Jones & Co.), soap and 

candle manuf. (220 State, B), house 299 Harvard 
Jones Chas. L. & Co. (Chas. L., Henry E., William R. 

and Frank H. Jones), soap and candle manufs. 86 

Pearl and (220 State, B.) [Harvard 

Jones Charles W. clerk (5 Pemberton sq., B ), house 285 
Jones Chas. W. carpenter, house 5 Squire's court 
Jones Daniel, laborer, house 31 Hastings 
Jones David, blacksmith, house 89 Main 
Jones Edmond E. clothing (B.), house 7 West 
Jones Elias, teamster, house 128 Norfolk 
Jones Francis, boards 48 Hastings [Lee 

Jones Frank H. (C. L. Jones & Co. 220 State, B.), h. 46 
Jones Franklin, mason, boards 90 Mt. Auburn 
Jones Frederick C. clerk, Cambridge Gas Co. boards 

99 Mt. Auburn 
Jones Frederic P. student, H. U. rooms 6 Little's block 
Jones George, house 16 Winthrop 

Jones Geo. B. conductor, U. R Co. rooms 25 Mt. Auburn 
Jones Geo. F. clerk (B.), boards QQ Columbia 
Jones George N. (Penn. Central R. R. office, B.), boards 

16 Winthrop 
Jones Henry, jobber, house 36 Union 
Jones Henrj', laborer, house 47 Hampshire 
Jones Henry, clerk (B.), boards 212 Harvard 
Jones Henry, machinist, boards 390 Main , 
Jones Henry E. (C. L. Jones & Co.), soap and candle 

manuf. (220 State, B.), house 276 Harvard 
Jones Henry M. carpenter, house 70 School 
Jones Herbert L sawyer, house 81 School 
Jones Isaac F. asst. registrar of Probate and Insolvency, 

house 193 Cambridge 
Jones James, cabinet maker, house 52 Clark 
Jones James, provisions, house 1 1 Leighton court 
Jones James T. boards 16 Winthrop 
Jones John, boiler maker, boards 64 Broadway 
Jones John, tinsmith, boards 377 Cambridge 

J. S. SAWYER, GRAVEL ROOFING, No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 
Main St., Camtaridgeport. 


Jones John L. compositor, house 12 Shepard 

Jones John L. jr. compositor, boards 12 Shepard 

Jones John W. (Chamberlain, Ballard & Co.), inner sole 

manuf. Portland, boards 128 Norfolk 
Jones Joseph, boiler maker, house 28 Union 
Jones Joseph H. carpenter, house 81 School 
Jones Leonard S. house 21 Kirkland 
Jones Mark A. druggist, Gore, cor. Third, house do. 
Jones Nathaniel, carpenter, boards 752 Main 
Jones Rasper, laborer, house 20 Hastings 
Jones Robert, furrier (39 Summer, B.),h. 212 Harvard 
Jones Robert G. clerk (Thomas E. Proctor, B.), boards 

21 Kirkland 
Jones Robert M. clerk (B.), boards 212 Harvard 
Jones Samuel, carpenter, boards 18 Farwell place 
Jones Seth C (Jones & Bartlett), machinist, h. at Maiden 
Jones Thatcher L. clerk, enquire at 7 Brighton 
Jones Thomas, hairdresser, boards at Prospect House 
Jones Thomas W. stereotyper, boards 12 Shepard 
Jones T. S. iceman, boards 41 Cedar 
Jones Walter I. student, H. U. rooms 4 Holyoke House 
Jones William C. boots and shoes (Tremont, B.), house 

42 Magazine 
Jones Win. F. Capt. boards 84 Washington 
Jones Wm. H. H. hair dresser, house 26 Brewery 
Jones Wm. R. (Chas. L Jones & Co ), soap and candle 

manuf. (220 State, B.), house 307 Harvard 
Jones William S. hostler, boards 28 Pleasant 

Jones , carpenter, boards 14 Front 

JONES & BARTLETT (Seth C. Jones and James C. 

Bartlett), smiths and machinists, 12 Gore 
Jordan David, iron-moulder, house rear 26 Washington 
Jordan James, stone-cutter, boards 24 Dunster 
Jordan John, iron-moulder, house 49 Washington 
Jordan Maria S. widow of Thomas P. boards 39 Second 
Jordan Sabine, teamster, house 57 Charles 
Jordan Thomas R. cabinet maker, house 67 Spring 
Jordan Wm. S. engineer at J. P. Squire & Co.'s, house 3 

Gore place 
Jose Edwin H. law student, rooms 826 Main 
Joseph Frank, finisher, house Lechmere bldg. 20 Bridge 
Joseph Isaac, fruit-pedler, house 12 Myrtle place 
Joseph John, cigar maker, house 12 Myrtle place 
Joseph John, laborer, house Warren, near Cambridge 
Joseph Robert, laborer, house 29 Harvard [House 

Josephs Lyman C. student, H. U. rooms 22 Ilolyoke 
Josselyn Aaron, watch and clock maker, 62 Cambridge, 

house 78 Sixth 

street, Cambritlgeport. _ 


Josseyln AnnaB. Miss, teacher, Putnam Grammar School, 

lids. 78 Sixth 
Josselyn Eleazer D. carpenter, house 120 Fourth 
Josslyn Ellis K. optician (130 Washington, B ), house 21 

Joy Fanny C. widow of H. N. boards 33 Tremont 
Joy Glidden W. student, H. U. rooms 37 Thayer 
Joy Isaac, carpenter (Joy & Luther), house 12 Prospect 
Joy & Luther (Isaac Joy and Thos. H. Luther), carpen- 
ters and builders, 3 River 
Joyce Edward, laborer, boards 41 Banks 
Jude William, laborer, house Walnut, cor. Pleasant 
Judkins Eliza M. Miss, artiste, house 11 Chestnut 
Judkins John, teamster, boards over 41^ Cambridge 
Judson Charles R. student, H. U. rooms 44 Matthews 
Juggins John, mat-maker, house 16 Perry 
Julianus John, cabinet maker, board 5 Columbia court 
Julianus John jr. moulder, bds. 5 Columbia court 
Jury William D. cabinet maker, boards Gl Third 

KANE CATHERINE, widow of Hugh, house Sacramento, 

cor. Carver 
Kane Daniel, laborer, house Jefferson, near Warren 
Kane Edward, blacksmith, house Lopez, near Pearl 
Kane Edward, laborer, house 5 Leighton ct. 
Kane James, laborer, house 51 Vine 
Kane Julia C. widow of Hugh, boards 74 Sacramento 
Kane Margaret, house 10 Washington court 
Kane Martin, laborer, house 36 Ellery 
Kane Maurice, laborer, house Jones court 
Kane Michael, N. E. Glass Co.'s, h. rear Winter, n. Third 
Kane Michael, f sundry-man, boards 87 Brookline 
Kane Patrick, foundry-man, house 452 Broadway 
Kane Robert F. packer, house 10 Washington court 
Kane Thomas, student, house Lopez, near Pearl 
Kappeler Tobias, modeler Zoological museum, rooms 

Zoological Hall, Divinity ave. 
Karcher Philip, porter, house 134 Pleasant 
Karnan John H. tinsmith, house Florence, near Pleasant 
Kate William, box maker, boards 390 Main 
Kayler William, bookbinder, house 58 Pearl [Franklin 
Keane Michael, marble worker, boards John Keane's, 
Keaney James, laborer, house rear 309 Cambridge 
Kear John, laborer, house Bridge, near Mansion House 
Kearin Hannah, widow of Alexander, house Montgomery, 

near Spruce 
Keast John, boat builder, house 17 Dyke 
Keating Michael, blacksmith, bds. 12 Dunster 

GEO. B. JAMES «fc CO., Lumber, wharves, junction Bridge and 
Cambridge streets, East Cambridge. Boston Ortice 14 State street. 
Shipping Boards, Scantling and Shingles. 


Keay Erburn S. fanner, house Walden, near Dublin 
Keay Thomas, iron heater, house 127 Hampshire 
Kebbon Rudolph, machinist, house 94 Spring 
Kebler Charles A. student, H. U. rooms 20 Gray 
Keef Thomas, blacksmith, boards 192 Norfolk 
Keefe Catherine, widow of Timothy, house Willow place 
Keefe Daniel, currier, house 49 Reed 
Keefe Daniel, driver, house Cambridge, near Bridge 
Keefe Daniel, house 76 Spruce 
Keefe David, laborer, house 16 Walnut place 
Keefe Elizabeth, widow, house 81 Elm 
Keefe James, painter, boards 13 Hancock 
Keefe James, stone mason, house rear 84 Elm 
Keefe Jeremiah, laborer, boards 106 Tremont 
Keefe Jerry, laborer, house 3 Foster's block, 87 Main 
Keefe John, laborer, and boarding, Cambridge, near Tre- 
mont, house do. 
Keefe John, laborer, house 192 Norfolk 
Keefe John E. plasterer, boards 8 Conlon's ct. 
Keefe Patrick, currier, house 70 Spruce 
Keefe Patrick, cabinet maker, bds. 66 Hastings 
Keefe Richard, laborer, house 119 Elm 
Keefe Thomas, laborer, house East, near North 
Keefe Timothy, laborer, house Warren, near Porter 
Keefe Timothy, pedler, bds. Patrick Horan's, Montgomery 
Keegan Daniel S. works F. Kennedy's, boards 4 Windsor 
Keegan Bernard, cook, house Harvard, near G. J. R. R. 
Keeler Adelaide A. Miss, teacher, Washington Grammar 

School, boards 353 Harvard 
Keeler Cornelius P. (153 Blackstone, B.), h. 19 Bowdoin 
Keeler George S. coach-body maker, house 24 East 
Keely Joseph, jobber, house 24 Harvard [21 Green 

Keeman John, foreman, Jessop's candy manufactory, h. 
Keenan James H. carpenter, rear 404 Cambridge, house 

98 Fremont 
Keenan John, carpenter, house 59 Brookline 
Keenan John, laborer, house rear 123 Court 
Keenan Michael A. carpenter, house 102 Tremont 
Keenan Michael J. pressman, house 13 De Wolf 
Keenan Patrick, laborer, h. n. Concord Turnpike station 
Keenan Thomas, laborer, house 31 Charles 
Keenan Thos. blacksmith, L. R. R. shop, h. 327 Cambridge 
Keene George, cooper, boards 186 Gore 
Keene William, cooper, bds. 186 Gore 
Keer David, gardener, boards 9 Dinsmore ct. 
Keer Robert, laborer, boards 9 Dinsmore ct. 
Kehoe James, bookbinder, Riverside Press, h. 107 Pearl 
Kehoe John, stone-cutter, house 60 Broadway 

Bllili HEADS neatly printed by JOHN FORD & SOX, Harvard 


Keichum Charles, laborer, house 72 Harvard 

Keith Adelaide A. Miss, teacher, Washington Grammar 

school, bds. 10 Farwell place 
Keith Arthur M. student, H. U. rooms 27 llollis 
Keith Charles Pi broom manuf, rear 402 Main, h. 402 do. 
Keith Hattie E. Miss, teacher Allston Grammar school, 

boards 89 Norfolk 
Kelbert Lowitz, upholsterer, house Stevens court 
Kelleher Bartholomew, grocer, 156 Otis, house do. 
Kelleher Cornelius, laborer, bds. 159 Broadway 
Kelleher Daniel, laborer, house 196 Spruce 
Kelleher Dennis, laborer, house 145 Franklin 
Kelleher James, laborer, house rear 32 Hancock 
Kelleher James, currier, house Montgomery, near Spruce 
Kelleher Jeremiah, car-driver, house 63 Cedar 
Kelleher John, watchman, boards 12 Dunster 
Kelleher Julia, wid. washer-woman, h. Jefferson, n. Warren 
Kelleher Michael, laborer, house 116 Webster avenue 
Kelleher Patrick, laborer, house 335 Cambridge 
Kelleher Patrick, laborer, house 196 Spiuce 
Kelleher Timothy, laborer, h. Jefferson, cor. Rideout 
Kelleher William, laborer, house 6 Reed 
Kelleher Wm. in Boston rolling mill, Portland 
Kelleher William S. bookbinder, h. Pearl, n. Watson 
Kellenberger A. varnisher, house 155 Otis 
Kellenberger Chas. varnisher, boards 155 Otis 
Keller Andrew, wood-turner, house 160 Otis 
Kelley Alexander P. (Stedman & Kelley), piano-forte ac- 
tion manuf., State, house 25 Essex 
Kelley Arthur C. steward, 15 Quincy, boards do. 
Kelley Bernard, laborer, house 22 Harrison court 
Kelley Charles, laborer, house 44 North 
Kelley Clarence E. student, H. U. rooms 8 Holworthy 
Kelley Cyrus K. physician, 80 Cambridge, house do. 
Kelley Daniel, laborer, house 173 Bridge 
Kelley Dennis, painter, boards 282 Cambridge 
Kelley Dolly S. widow of Amasa S. house 10 Perry 
Kelley Edward, laborer, house 34 Foster 
Kelley Edward, laborer, h. Cambridge, opp. Wheatland blk. 
Kelley Edward, painter, boards 287 Cambridge 
Kelley Edward, soap maker, house 66 Pearl 
Kelley Edward, laborer, house 194 Dublin 
Kelley Francis A. upholsterer, 106 Fourth, boards do. 
Kelley Frank, harness maker F. Ivers, boards Wilson's 

Cottage avenue 
Kelley Gracie, widow of John, house 9 Porter 
Kelley Helen M. Miss, teacher Sargent Primary school, 
boards 14 Dana 

No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 Main street, Cambridgeport. 


Kclley Isabella Mrs. bouse 106 Fourth 

Kelley James, grainer, bouse rear 423 Cambridge 

Kelley Jesse C. carpenter, boards 22 Mt. Auburn 

Kelle}' John, boiler maker, boards 28 Dock 

Kelley John, clerk M. Cummisky (Chardon, cor. Merrimac, 

B.), boards 178 Cambridge 
Kelley John, jig sawyer, boards Ed. Kelley's, Cambridge 
Kelley John, laborer, house Warren, near Cambridge 
Kelley John, laborer, boards 68 Brighton 
Kelley John, soap maker, boards Lopez, near Brookline 
Kelley Johr, tanner, boards 9 Murdock [ton 

Keliey John H. bookbinder, University Press, bds. in Bos- 
Kelley John J. baker, house 11 Gerry 
Kelley Joseph, packer Riverside, house at Boston 
Kelley Joseph B. carpenter, 22 Mt. Auburn, house do. 
Kelley Joseph J. cabinet maker, house 79 Fifth 
Kelley Kate, widow of Peter, house Clay, corner Spruce 
Kelley Kate T. Miss, clothes cutter, boards 145 Cambridge 
Kelley Lawrence, marble polisher, house 105 Elm 
Kelley Margaret T. Miss, variety store, Fourth, cor. Win- 
ter, house do-. 
Kelley Mary, widow of Patrick, house 20 Foster 
Kelley Mary A. Miss, boards 41 Hamilton 
Kel ey Mary C. Mis. house 21 Green 
Keliey Michael, blacksmith, house 54 Amory 
Kelle}' Michael, stone-cutter, house 26 Seventh 
Kelley Michael, glassmaker, house 113 Fourth 
Kclley Michael, currier, boards 9 Murdock 
Kelley Michael, laborer, house 14 North 
Kelley Michael Mrs. house 1 Cowperthwait 
Kelley- Moses, carpenter, house 63 Cherry 
Kelley Patrick, baker, house 25 Crane 
Kelley Patrick, marble worker, h. Hampshire, cor. Portland 
Kelle} r Peter, machinist, boards 105 Elm 
Kelley Peter, laborer, boards 1 Pioneer 
Kelley Richard, tailor, house McCabe, near Cambridge 
Kelley Samuel J. (Kelley & McKinnon), carpenter, h. 15 

Putnam place 
Kelley Seth W. medical student, house 80 Cambridge 
Kelley Thos. G. clerk (B.), house 15 Washington court 
Kelley Thomas J. bookbinder, house 9 Porter 
Kelley Timothj', stucco worker, house Short, near Bridge 
Kelley William, stone cutter, house 38 Winter 
Kelley William, plumber, boards 54 Amory 
Kelley William, stone cutter, house 38 Winter 
Kelley William P. plumber, boards 54 Amory 
Kelley & McKinnon (Samuel J. Kelley andChas. E. Mc- 
Kinnon), carpenters and builders, 130 Green 

street, Cambiidgeport. 


Kelly Dolly S. widow of Amasa S. house 10 Perry 
Kelly Joseph H. glassmaker, house 145 Cambridge 
Kelly Joseph M. compositor, boards 8 Fremont 
Kelsey Albert H. builder and contractor, boards Wash- 
ington avenue, corner Arlington 
Kelsey Albro L. clerk (1037 Washington, B ), h. 21 Park 
Kelsey Anson H. upholsterer, house 28 Webster 
Kelsey Elizabeth, widow of Thomas, bds. 32 Fourth, h. do. 
Kelsey John H. upholsterer, house 28 Webster [dike 

Kelsey Wm. upholsterer (135 Friend, B.), h. 136 Thorn- 
Kelso Adam, machinist, boards 259 Broadway [do. 

Kelso Alexander M. fruit and confectionery, 407 Main, h. 
Kelso James W. confectionery, etc., 407 Main, house do. 
Kelso Wm. house 259 Broadway 

Kelso William jr. teamster, 259 Broadwa} T [h. do. 

Kemmedy William, horse trader, North ave. n. Tannery, 
Kemp Hiram A. (A. C. Sanborn & Co.), granite, 68 Bridge, 

h. at Boston 
Kemp Horace G. (Lysander Kemp & Sons), soap manuf. 

boards 164 Harvard 
Kemp James H. (Lysander Kemp & Sons), soap manuf. 

boards 164 Harvard 
Kemp Lysander (Lysander Kemp & Sons), soap manuf. 

Davis, corner Bioadwa} T , house 164 Harvard 
Kemp Lysander & Sons (Lysander, James H. and Horace 

G. Kemp), soap manufs. Davis, corner Broadway 
Kempton Benjamin F. carpenter, boards 10 Eliot 
Kempton Lemuel, commission merchant (126 Commercial, 

B), house 24 Mt. Auburn 
Kenan Thomas, blacksmith, h. Cambridge, c. Hunting 
Kendall Edward (Kendall & Roberts), boiler maker, 92 

Main, house 139 Magazine [Otis 

Kendall Frederick J. clerk (90 Hanover, B ), boards 129 
Kendall Hannah P. Miss, telegraph operator, Riverside 

Press, house Putnam 
Kendall Isaac F. sawyer, 426 Main, house 4 Brooks 
Kendall James, jeweller (90 Hanover, B.), h. 51 Sixth 
Kendall James, supt. marble quarry (Vt.), h. 89 Norfolk 
Kendall James E. clerk (90 Hanover, B.), bds. 51 Sixth 
Kendall John B. Mrs. house 119 Washington [Inman 

Kendall Joshua, private school, 13 Appian way, h. 123 
Kendall Mar} 7 , widow of Peter, house 79 Inman 
Kendall William M. student, rooms 123 Inman 
KENDALL & ROBERTS (Edward Kendall and George 

B. Roberts), plate-iron works, boilers, etc., 92 Main 
Kenerson Oscar N. teamster, house Lechmere block 
Kenerson William W. provision dealer, h. 150 Hampshire 
Kenison Nicholas D. sawyer, house 39 Windsor 

ROBERT BACON «fc CO., Office 440 Main street, Cambridgeport. 
Manufacturers of Fine shirts to order. 


Keniston Edward C. clerk (B.), boards 133 Cambridge 
Keniston H. Oscar, clerk (Anderson, Heath & Co., B.), 

boards Oliver C. Tozier's, Carver 
Keniston Reuben C. Mrs. house 133 Cambridge 
Kennard Benjamin, policeman, house 9 DeWolf 
Kennard George, delivery clerk, h. 8 Hamilton 
Kennard Harriet C. Miss, house 9 DeWolf 
Kennard Lizzie L. Miss, dressmaker, house 9 DeWolf 
Kennaston Frederick L. teamster, boards 185 Columbia 
Kennaston Mary, widow of Stephen C. h. 185 Columbia 
Kennealy Elizabeth, widow, house Stevens court 
Kennealj- John, house 73 Concord ave. 
Kennealy John H. student, boards 73 Concord ave. 
Kennedy Daniel, blacksmith, Windsor, junction Webster 

ave. house 84 Webster ave. 
Kenned v Ellen, widow of James, house 87 Elm 
KENNEDY FRANK A. cracker baker, 498, 500 and 

502 Main, house 8 Highland 
Kennedy James, laborer, house Willow place [3 Fifth 

Kennedy James, brush-maker, (290 Commercial, B.), h. 
Kennedy John, laborer, house 83 Elm 
Kennedy John, pressman, boards A. McAuley's, Rockwell 
Kennedy John A. tailor (200 Washington, B.), house 58 

Kennedy Lawrence, picture-frame maker, boards 83 Elm 
Kennedy Martin, laborer, house 77 Broadway 
Kennedy R. S. Mrs. house 40 Austin 
Kennedy Thomas, gardener, house 11 Crane 
Kennedy Thomas, laborer, house 239 Main [Gardner 

Kenney Catherine, widow of Timothy, house Murdock, n. 
Kennev Charles F. instiuctor, House of Correction, bds. 

Mansion House [block, Third 

Kenney Edmund, fireman (U. S. N.), house 3 Linnehan's 
Kenney Edward, glass-blower, house 40 Winter 
Kenney Edward, laborer, house 86 Webster ave. 
Kenney Eugene, coffin-maker, Lockhart's, house Charles, 

cor. Third 
Kenney John, brush-maker, house Rideout, near Porter 
Kenney John, cabinet finisher, house 634 Main 
Kenney John, hostler, boards Stevens' court 
Kenney John (Cummings, Kenne} T & Co.), lumber, 24, 

Bridge, house at Boston 
Kenney John, tinplate worker, house Murdock, n. Gardner 
Kenney Leander, glassmaker, house 66 Winter 
Kenney Michael B. hostler, house 18 Irving place 
Kenney Patrick, laborer, house East Perry court 
Kenney Patrick, carpenter, house 17 Rice place [c. Main 
Kennev Richard A. ale and beer, 560 Main, house Pearl 

J. FORD &, SON, Harvard Square, PRINT POSTERS AND 



Kenniston James M. physician and surgeon, house 6 Essex 

Kenny John S. wood-worker, house 7 Fourth 

Kent George W. teamster, house 77 Spring 

KENT GOUVERNEUR, clerk, 1 Brattle, rooms do, 

Kent Ichabod, carpenter, house 29 Pearl 

Kent James B. house 11 Harrison court 

Kent John F. student, H. U. rooms 11 College 

Kent Mercer J. Mrs. house 80 Inman 

Kent William, plumber, house 79 Auburn 

Keough Daniel, car-driver, bds. 29 Baldwin 

Keough John, stone-cutter, 60 Broadway 

Keough Roger, car-driver, house 29 Baldwin 

Keppe Ferdinand, stone-cutter, house 64 Vine 

Kerikner Karl, boiler-maker, house 72 Harvard 

Kern Francis V. B. conveyancer (2 Court square, B.), 

house 39 Second [ave. 

Kern Rebecca, widow of Theodore, house 21 Coggswell 
Kernan James, furniture dealer, 3 Brattle, house 218 Green 
Kernan Rose Miss, house 61 Brighton [Mt. Auburn 

Kernan Thomas J . assistant librarian, H. U. boards 11 
Kerr John C. pedier, house 25 Baldwin 
Kerr Samuel W. student, H. U. rooms 18 Matthews 
Kerrigan John, butcher, house Willow place 
Kerrigan John, laborer, house 105 Webster ave. 
Kerrigan Patrick H. foreman Skillings, Whitney Bros. & 

Barnes, Prison Point Road, house at Stoneham 
Kershaw Charles E. safe manufacturer (11 and 13 Green, 

B.), house 5 Day 
Kesar E. M. Miss, teacher, house 41 Gore 
Kessell Frederick A. shoemaker (B.), house 42 Winter 
Keyes Edward, diary-maker, boards 14 Warland 
Keyes William, book-binder, boards 14 Warland 
Keylor Morris, cabinet maker, boards 24 Broadway 
Kezar Edwin J. teamster, house 133 Columbia 
Kezar Isaac L. expressman, house 110 Otis [Temple 

Kidd Alexander L. civil engineer, 563 Main, boards 8 
Kidd Algernon B. salesman (New York), house 5 Temple 
Kidd Robert, cabinet maker, boards 89 Spring 
Kidder Frederick H. student, H. U. rooms 19 Hollis 
Kidder William A. conductor, B. & A. R. R. house 256 

North ave. 
Kidner Reuben, student, H. U. rooms 28 Stoughton 
Kieley James, baker, house 2 Eaton 

Kiene , organ key maker, house rear 161£ Broadway 

Kiely Edward, shoemaker, 212 Bridge, house do. 
Kihlgren Charles A. passe-partout manuf. (46 School, B.), 

house 130 Washington 
Kihlgren Joseph, boarding-house, 26 Second 

J. S. SAWYER, GRAVEL ROOFING, No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 
Main street, Cambridgeport. 


Kilbrelh Edward J. expressman, boards 19 Sydney 

Killtreth Frank L. carpenter, boards 19 Sydney 

Kilbreth James, bouse 19 Sydney 

Kilburg Jacob, cabinet maker, 124 Harvard 

Kilburn Edward J. boards 104 Norfolk [271 Main 

Kilburne Cornelius, in Boston rolling mill, Portland, h. 

Kilby Henry S. student, H. U. rooms 13 Hollis 

Kilb an Catharine, widow of Patrick, house 21 Baldwin 

Killikelly Bryan B. student, Ep. Theo. Sem. 126 Brattle 

Kileski Louis H. student, H. U. rooms 14 Stoughton 

Killion John, laborer, house Foster's block, Main 

Kilroy John, laborer, house 325 Cambridge 

Kilroy Michael, currier, boards 35 Baldwin 

Kilroy Thomas, currier, boards Eustis court, n. Oxford 

Kimball Annies, hackman, house 11 Eliot 

Kimball B. F. Mrs. widow, house 164 Gore 

Kimball Charles H. florist (B.), house 8 Howard 

Kimball Fred A. horse car driver, boards 33 Bow 

Kimball Frederick, book-keeper (54 Franklin, B.), house 

46 Pearl 
Kimball James, miHanan, boards 15 Park [Austin 

Kimball J. Franklin, merchant tailor, 567 IVJain, house 49 
Kimball John, salesman (Clinton, B ), house 12 Wright 
Kimball Leman S. cabinet maker, boards 52 Pine 
Kimball Luthur E. (Hay ward & Kimball), manuf. of par- 
lor furniture, 386 Main, house 52 Pine 
Kimball Mary, widow of Isaac, house 24 Cottage 
KimbillO. W. clerk, J. A. Goodwin, bds. C. Coburn's, 

18 Orchard 
Kimball Samuel E. cabinet maker, bouse 10 Jay 
Kimball Wallace L. student, H. U. rooms 4 College 
Kimball William, merchant tailor, 3 Harvard row, bds. 

151 Mt. Auburn 
Kimball William E. teamster, h. Elm, near Cambridge 
Kimball William F. student, H. U. rooms 23 Holyoke 

Kimball W. Washington (J. P. Squire & Co.) pork deal- 
er. Gore, near Sixth, house at Boston 
Kim-aid David, driver, U. R. Co. boards 29 Cherry 
King Almira M. Miss, house 56 Brighton 
King Benjamin, constable and (Benjamin King & Co.), 
real estate and ins. agt. 593J Main, room 6, house 
18 Clinton [593 \ Main, room 6 

King Benjamin & Co. real estate and insurance agents, 
King Brian, teamster, house 128 Court 
King Caleb, butcher, North, Merriam & Co. h. 154 Court 
King Charles, carver, house 1 Conlon's court 
King Edward A. student, H. U. rooms 28 Garden 

CHILDREN'S BOOTS A Specialty. C. D. WILDER, 557 Main 
street, Cambridgeport. 


King Emma F. teacher, Allston Grammar school, boards 

Essex, near Harvard 
King Frederick G. student, H. U. rooms 20 Little's block 
King Geo. W. flour and produce (B.), house 18 Amory 
King James, moulder, house So Essex 
King James, moulder, house 2 Sydney 
King James G. student, H. U. rooms 8 Gray 
King John, cooper, house 133 Spring 
King John E. mason, bds. George W. Noyes', Banks 
King John, printer (Boston Traveller), house 91 Allston 
King John B. (Perry & King), express, office 111 Cam- 
bridge, house 128 Third 
King John H. confectioner, boards 15 Washington 
King Joseph, plumber, bds. Pleasant, near Franklin 
King Lydia S. teacher, Harvard Grammar school, house 

113 Prospect 
King Mary, widow of Patrick, house 15 Washington 
King Mathias, brass-finisher, 64 Fifth, house at Medford 
King Michael, laborer, house 3 Conlon's court 
King Owen, fish-pedler, house 27 Vine 
Kir;g Robert T. house rear 26 Washington 
King Rufus, painter and glazier, Atwood's corner, house 

at Somerville [Auburn 

King Samuel A butter, etc. (43 North Market, B.), h. 53 
King Thomas, laborer, house 25 Sixth 
King Thomas, laborer, house 105 Fourth 
King William, carpenter, boards 135 Main 
Kingdon James, bootmaker, 211 Mt. Auburn, house 25 

Kingdon Mary R. Miss, proof-reader, house 25 Baldwin 
Kingdon Samuel S. compositor, house 33 Baldwin 
Kingsbury Edward M. student, H. U. rooms 47 College 
Kingsbury Herbert D. student, H. U. rooms lOStoughton 
Kingsbury Geo. S. engineer, boards 48 Broadway 
Kingsbury Willis A. student, H. U. rooms 41 College 
Kingsley Chester W. dealer in coal, etc. (13 Kilby, B.), h. 

10 Chester, near North avenue 
Kinnear Conrad D. printer, boards 16 Tremont 
Kinnear John, inspector (Custom House, B.), house 15 

Charles River 
Kinnear Margaret D. widow of John, boards 16 Tremont 
Kinneen Patrick, horse-shoer, boards 92 Mt. Auburn 
Kinne Orrin P. carpenter, house Belmont, near Reed 
KINSLEY EDGAR L. foundrv, 21 Hampshire, boards 

686 Main 
Kinsley Edward B. P. store-keeper (Custom House, B.), 

h. 104 Thomdike 
Kinsley Henry, policeman, house 185 Cambridge 

GEO. B. JA>IES & CO., Lumber, wharves, junction Bridge and 

Cambridge streets, East Cambridge Boston office 14 State street. 

Lumber for jobbing and repairs. 


Kinsley Henry jr. machinist (East Boston), house 185 

Kinsley Lyman, house 686 Main 
Kinsley Samuel, teamster, house rear 41 Charles 
Kinsley Sarah E. widow of Eli C. house 137 Cambridge 
Kinsman Eben, expressman (B ), house foot East 

Kinsman , telescope maker, house Watson 

Kip William F. student, H. U. rooms 2 Holyoke House 

Kirby John, laborer, 50 Garden, boards do. 

Kirby John L. tinman, house 10 Magazine court 

Kirk John, laborer, boards 377 Cambridge 

Kirker John, tinner, house 30 Worcester 

Kirkley James, sewing machine repairer (15 School, B.), 

house 14 Garden 
Kirschten Gustavus, grocer, 220 Cambridge, house do. 
Kissing Lawrence, brush-maker (86 Chardon, B.), house 

rear 15 Vine 
Kitching David Mrs. house 114 Broadway 
Kittredge Geo. T. clerk, boards 23 Prince 
Kittredge John H. clerk, boards 23 Prince 
Kittridge Samuel D. student, H. U. rooms 21 Matthews 
Kivlan Geo. T. teamster, boards 36 Gore 
Kivlan Peter, teamster, house 36 Gore 
Kivlan William, printer, house 84 River 
Klaft George W. cook, house 24 Rockwell 
Knapp Anthony, contractor and builder, boards 3 Sy- 

mond's block [Thorndike 

Knapp Annie Miss, teacher, Otis Primary school, h. 62 
Knapp Jacob G. oil hat-maker, Pettingill, Moody and 

Sawyer, house at Somerville 
Knapp Wm. H. clergyman, house 21 Clinton 
Kneeland Ann. Mrs. house rear 27 Vine 
Kneeland Daniel J. salesman, boards 85 Green 
Kneeland Henry, breadcart driver, house 17Cowperthwait 
Kneeland James, teamster, house 60 Washington 
Kneeland James, laborer, house 164 Main 
Kneeland John, laborer, boards 69 Spruce [House 

Kneeland Michael, teamster, h. Bridge, opp. Mansion 
Knight A. Brooks, ins. broker, 573 Main, h. 1 Austin pi. 
Knight Edward B. millman, Woodbury & Co. boards at 

Charlestown [Brighton 

KNIGHT ELBRIDGE E. clerk, J. H. Wyeth's, h. 50 
Knight Emma R. teacher, Gore Primary school, bds. 15 

Knight Hartwell, piano-key maker, house 9 Auburn court 
Knight James L. porter, house 55 Elm 
Knight Joseph R. Mrs. house Third, cor. Gore 
Knight Samuel D. boot and shoes (5 Pearl, B.), h. 20 Lee 

Harvard Square. 


Knight Wra. H. bookbinder house 15 Short 

Knights Alonzo A. book-keeper, (30 Commercial, B.), h. 

41 Baldwin 
Knights Harry H. boards 44 Western avenue 
Knights Samuel C. (Samuel Knights & Son), auctioneer, 

593J Main, and weigher (Custom House, B.), house 

44 Western avenue 
Knights Samuel R. (S. C. Knights & Son), auctioneer, 

593J Main, house at Boston 
Knights Simon, car-driver, boards 12 Dunster 
Knights S. C. & Son (Samuel C. and Samuel R. Knights), 

auctioneers, 593 J Main 
Knowles Benjamin F. fish and oysters, 28 Haymarket sq. 

house 83 Green 
Knowles Charles F. student, H. U. rooms 39 Thayer 
Knowles John, painter, boards 5 Soden 
Knowles John A. painter, boards 14 Brookline 
Knowles John S. engineer, 10 Arrow, boards 8 do. 
Knowles Nathan S. fisherman, Milian & Snow, house 2 

Svmond's block, DeWolf 
Knowles Thomas, laborer, boards 171 Norfolk 
Knowles Willard, machinist, 10 Arrow, house 8 do. 
Knowles Wm. F. freight contractor (87 Washington, B.), 

house 34 Tremont 
Knowlton Abraham, mason, house 9 Pleasant pi. 
Knowlton Benj. F. mechanic, house 69 Washington 
Knowlton George P. leather dealer (92 High, B.), house 

462 Main 
Knowlton Laura A. widow of Timothy C. h. 8 Pleasant pi. 
Knox Edmund O. teamster, house 10 Fourth 
Knox Frederick, machinist, boards 10 Fourth 
Knox John, blacksmith (87 and 89 Blackstone, B.), house 

95J Harvard 
Knubley John W. (Higgins & Knubley), stoves, etc., 653 

Main, boards 34 Hamilton 
Koch Peter, varnish polisher, boards 21 Vine [trim 

Kochendoerffer John Conrad, pocket-book maker, h. 2 An- 
Kodhe Geo. W. coppersmith, house 13 Winter 
Konopicky Edward P. asst. Zoological Museum rooms, 

Zoological Hall, Divinity ave. 
Koprowsky Szezepan, cabinet maker, boards 57 Charles 
Koppitz John, book finisher, Riverside, h. at Boston 
Kough John, stone cutter, house 60 Broadway 
Krass Adolph, silversmith, house 383 Main 
Kretchmar Chas. currier, Win. Muller's, h. at Somerville 
Kreysler Joseph B. ornamental painter and gilder, boards 

131 Otis 
Kringel John, cabinet maker, boards 46 Winter 

No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 Main street, Cambridgeport. 


Krucger Charles H. varnisher, bouse 51 Fourth 

Krueger William F. foreman, Doe & HunneweH's, house 

51 Fourth 
Kuebler Michael, tanner, North ave. n. Tannery, h. 372 do. 
Kuhn Ann Miss, house 55 Auburn 
Kubn Elizabeth R. widow, house 3 Dickinson 
Kuhn George W. secretary (Nat. Ins. Co. B.), h. 32 Pine 
Kuhn Mary R. Miss, boards Eaton's, 1 Putnam 
Kuhna Fred, pianoforte sharp maker, h. 161 Broadway 
Kus John, oil finisher, boards 2 Water 
Kutsch 3eorge, currier, house Clay, near Harvey 

LABREE RINALDO A. carpenter, house Holly ave. n. 

Labrie Orrin A. carpenter, house Holly ave. near Wyeth 
Lacerda Lucio, oil finisher, house 31 Third 
Lacey William, laborer, house Short, near Bridge 
Lacose Anselm, carpenter, house Harvey, near Cedar 
Ladd Babson S. law student (5 Pemberton sq., B.), 

boards 2 Frost 
Ladd John S. jus'tice, Police Court, house 2 Frost 
Ladd Story B. student, Scientific school, boards 2 Frost 
Lafevre Joseph, car driver, boards 33 Bow 
Lagendeyk Ton, millman, boards 57 Gore 
Lahey Eugene, laborer, house rear Mt. Auburn, n. Sparks 
Lahey John, laborer, house 108Kinnard 
Lahey John, laborer, house 184 Bridge 
Lahey Thomas, laborer, house 57 Noith 
Laidler Charlotte, widow, boards H. Laidler's, Bridge 
Laidler Hammond, depot master, East Cambridge, house 

Bridge, opp. Third 
Laja Frank, teamster, house foot of Spruce 
Lake Willis, stone cutter, boards 9 Broadway 
Lakey William H. stonemason, boards 31 Seventh 
Laly Patrick, laborer, house rear 198 Bridge 
Lally John, bookbinder, house 24 Cowperthwait 
Lally John, box maker, house 57 Harvard 
Lally Lawrence, laborer, boards 12 Webster ave. 
Lally Patrick, sawyer, house 12 Webster ave. 
Lally Thomas G. plasterer, Main, opp. Masonic block, 

house 1 Mill 
Lamb James, blacksmith, house 10 Auburn court 
Lamb Joseph, plumber, boards 10 Auburn court 
Lamb Michael F. teamster, house 60 Arnory 
Lamkey C. cabinet maker, 124 Harvard 
Lamont James T. book-binder, house 130 Pleasant 
Lamson Anna S. Miss, teacher, Willard Primary school 
Lamson AsaC. butter (B.), boards 43 Essex 

street, Cauibridgeport, 


Lamson Charles D. architect (Pemberton sq., B.), boards 

30 Magazine 
Lamson Charles E. clerk, Prospect House, bds. 6 Wright 
Lamson George VV. driver, Franklin H >ok and Ladder 

Co. house 192 Harvard 
Lamson John H. painter, house 21 Brooks 
Lamson Rufus, mason, house 43 Essex 
Lamson Rufus W. mason, bouse 66 Norfolk 
Lanahan Daniel D. engineer (B.), house 3 Davis 
Landergan David, laborer, house Clifton 
Landerkin Llewellyn, machinist, house 32 Front 
Landers John, painter, boards 115 Spruce 
Landers Morris, laborer, heuse 10 Rice place 
Landers William, gardener, house 115 Spruce 
Landt Henry, picture frames, house 13 3 Harvard 
Landy Mary, widow of Joseph, house 79 Brighton 
Landry Elias, carpenter, house Garden court 
Lane Abbott L. fish salesman, 164 Cambridge, boards 

154 Otis 
Lane Dennis, laborer, house 362 Broadway 
Lane Dennis, blacksmith, house Short, near R. R. 
Lane Elias N. house 28 Western avenue 
Lane E. Fred, bookbinder, boards 28 Western avenue 
Lane George M. prof, of Latin, H. U. house 31 Quincy 
Lane Isabella, widow of William, house 5 State 
Lane Jeremiah, blacksmith, house rear Gore, near Third 
Lane John, laborer, house 34 North 
Lane John, laborer, house Warren, near Porter 
Lane JohnC. student, H. U. rooms 10 Appian way 
Lane J. Frederick, book-keeper, Geo. P. Page & Co. bds. 

42 Western avenue 
Lane Lunsford, wood and coal, 373 Main, h. 58 Washington 
Lane Michael, sione cutter, house 4 Baldwin court 
Lane Peter, salesman (202 State, B.), h. 42 Western ave. 
Lane Samuel G. (67 Sudbury, B. ), house 49 Pine 
Lane Sarah S. Miss, house 678 Main 
Lane Timothy, teamster, house ob Cedar 
Lang Charles, officer, House of Correction, boards do. 
Lang John, seaman, house rear 109 Gore 
Lang John C. cigar manufacturer, house 129 Vernon 
Lang John H. cigar maker, house 129 Vernon 
Lang Lewis, cabinet maker, house 95 Elm 
Lang William H. cigar maker, boards 129 Vernon 
Langan James, laborer, house 22 Webster avenue 
Langdell Christopher Columbus, Dane professor of law, 

H. U. boards 127 Mt. Auburn [Prospect 

Langdon John H. grain dealer (186 State, B.), h. 106 
Langdon Woodbury T. machinist, house 27 Winter 

ROBERT BACON <fc CO., Office 410 Main street, Cambridgepar 
Fine Shirts, Collars and Cuffs ready made. 



Langer Frank, plumber, boards 427 Main 

Langer Jane Mrs. confectionery and bread store, 427 

Main, house do. [55 River 

Langford George A. inspector (Custom House, B.), bouse 
Latigford W. K. news dealer, 25 River, boards 55 do. 
Lang ley Charles, carpenter, rooms 89 Spring 
Langley Eliza J. Mrs. house 143 Thorndike 
Langley George, carpenter, rooms 89 Spring 
Langley George L. clerk (96 Hanover, B.), h. Ill Gore 
Langley James W. planer, boards Vdo Main 
Langley Lauren F. Mrs. house 111 Gore [84 Spring 

Langley Noah W. glass cutter, N. E. Glass Co.'s, house 
Langley Thomas J. house 84 Spring 
Langmaid Samuel H. carriage manuf. Milldam (B.), h. 78 

Lanier Richard, millman, F. Geldowskv, h. at Boston 
Lannigan Henry, tailor, boards 2 Brooks 
Lannigan Margaret Mrs. house Gore, near Third 
Lantigua Andrew, cigar maker, house 65 Pearl 
Lapierre August, laborer, house 104 Spruce [ave. 

Lapman George H. clerk (26 Federal, B.), bds. 254 North 
Lapoint Eli, carpenter, house 120 Spruce 
Larkin Jane, widow of Charles, house 113 Columbia 
Larkin John, junk store, Cambridge, junction Bridge, h. 

at Wakefield 
Larkin Lawrence, laborer, house 57 Harvard 
Larkin Patrick, house 35 Green 
Larkin Patrick, porter, boards 21 Lee 
Larson Frank H. cigar maker, boards 21 Front 
Larson Paul, stone cutter, boards 9 Broadway 
Lasselle Sarah E. Mrs. music teacher, bds. Ill Thorndike 
Lathe Leonora F. physician, house 34 Austin 
Lathrop Charles, clerk, boards 20 Brookline 
Lathrop Fred D. clerk (B.), boards 20 Brookline 
Lathrop William L. cigars and tobacco (161 Blaokstone, 

B.), house 20 Brookline 
Latimer James A. physician, 57 Otis, boards do. 
Laughlin James L. student, H. U. rooms 29 Matthews 
Langhton Leander, laborer, h. Magazine, n. Florence 
Laurie Charles, bookbinder, house 110 Pearl 
Laurie Thomas, book-keeper, Riverside Press, bds. 56 Erie 
Law Annie, widow of Charles, boarding, 90 Mt. Auburn, 

house do. 
Law John, compositor, house 8 Baldwin place 
Lawler Patrick S. laborer, house 169 Dublin 
Lawless James F. carver, boards 53 Fourth 
Lawless John, gate tender, B. & L. R. R., house llJWater 
Lawrence Abbott, student, H. U. rooms 9 Linden 
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J. FOilD & SOX, Harvard Square, have every facility for doing 
general job printing. 


Lawrence Ambrose, physician, h. Wright, n. Norton 

Lawrence Charles, plumber, boards 97 Austin 

Lawrence Charles, produce (6 New Faneuil Hall Market, 

B.), house or> Cambridge 
Lawrence Dolly, widow of James K. house 23 Second 
Lawrence Edward A. (Braman, Shaw & Co.), furniture 

manufacturer, Bridge, n. Craigie's bridge, house at 

Somerville [Oxford 

LAWRENCE FRANK M. provisions, 619 Main, h. 94 
Lawrence James, student, H. U. rooms 9 Linden 
Lawrence John P. poultry (48 Faneuil Hall Market, B.), 

li. 407 Broadway- 
Lawrence Joseph, cabinet finisher, house 88 Third 
Lawrence Oscar (Mason & Hamlin, B), h. 233 Broadway 
Lawrence Scientific school, 3 Kirkland [ingrton 

Lawrence William H. gas fitter (1 Bath, B.), h. 74 Wash- 
Lawrence William W. (108 & 110 Faneuil Hall Market, 

B ), house 9 Pleasant 
Laws Elizabeth A. Mrs. house 2 Columbia 
Laws Susan, widow, house Lilac court 
Laws William G-. polisher, hou^e 2 Columbia 
Lawsoo Andrew J. assistant editor (Boston Daily Globe), 

house 79 Walnut 
Lawson Eliza, widow of Thomas, house 337 Main 
Lawson Francis C. pedler, house 31 Vine 
Lawson Minor H. compositor, boards 26 Holyoke 
Lawson William H machinist, house 40 Washington 

Lawson clerk (B.), boards 245 Broadway 

Lawton Edward B Mrs. house 46 Market 

Lawton Edward W. boards 46 Market 

Lawton Frederick, student, H. U. rooms 15 Hollis 

Lawton John, blacksmith, h. 2 Mullens court, Winter 

Lawton William A. blacksmith, boards 2 Mullens court 

Lawton William C. student, H. U. rooms 37 College 

Laxon Henry C. fireman, L. R. R. house 77 Spring 

Leach Alpheus M. painter (B.), house 25 Hancock 

Leach Georgiana Miss, proof-reader, h. 67 Mt. Auburn . 

Leach Mary A. widow of Wm. S. house 67 Mt. Auburn 

Leahey James, mason, house 122 Columbia 

Leahey John, laborer, house 87 Spruce 

Leahey Thomas, mason, house 4 Antrim 

Leahy Michael, watchman, house 204 Franklin 

Leake Christopher, carpenter, boards 43 Western avenue 

Lealand Charles, millwright, house 86 Windsor [town 

Leamon Thomas H. book-keeper, 48 Bridge, h. at Charles- 

Learey Joseph, marble-cutter, boards J. J. Horgau's, 

Learned Charles H. book-keeper, house 100 Austin 

J. S, SAWYER, GRAVEL ROOFING, No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 
Main street, Cambridgeport. 


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Learned Grant, shoemaker, Haymarket square, near Main, 

house 12 Harrison avenue [ave. 

Learned James M. foreman water-works, h. 12 Harrison 
Learner Joseph, currier, house Harvey, near Cedar 
Learv Dennis, laborer (Charlestown Navy Yard), house 

232 Bridge 
Leary George F. laborer, house 8 Conlon's court 
Leary Humphrey, laborer, house 419 Cambridge 
Leary James, clerk, 75 Cambridge, boards do. 
Leary Jeremiah, .laborer, house rear 51 Hampshire 
Leary John, laborer, house Lambert, near Cambridge 
Leary John, tailor, house 24 Harrison 
Leary John, printer, house 34 Harvard 
Leary John F. painter, 203 Bridge, house at Boston 
Leary Michael, laborer, house rear 14 North 
Leary Michael, laborer, boards 1 Conlon's court [court 
Leary Michael, saloon, Gore, cor. Fourth, h. 5 Mullen's 
Leary Patrick, laborer, house Kinnard, opp. Howard 
Leary Patrick, laborer, house 16 North 
Lear}' Peter, laborer, house Warren, near Porter 
Leavett Palmer, "Carpenter, boards 23 River 
Leavitt Erasmus D. house 11 Warland [VYarland 

Leavilt Erasmus D. jr. mechanical engineer, boards 11 
Leav : tt George R. Rev. pastor, Pilgrim church, house 9 

Lea\itt George W. supt. (Holliston), house 96 Auburn 
LEAVITT HART H. hats, caps and furs (91 Court, B.), 

house 778 Main 
Leavitt William, carpenter (10 Lime, B.), h 89 Windsor 
Leavitt William H. brass-finisher, house 110 Hampshire 
Leavitt William J. D. music-teacher, house 22 Elm 
LeBarron John, conductor, U. R. R. boards L. J. Cloves', 

LeBonte Joseph, laborer, house 105 Spruce 
LeBosquet Henry S. printer (B.), house 110 Hampshire 
LeCain George W. baker, house 8 Lopez [bridge 

LeClair Leon, tinsmith, house 151 Windsor 
Leddy Thomas, laborer, house 116 Webster ave. 
Ledyard Lewis C. law student, rooms 7 Weld Hall 
Lee Edward, painter, boards 24 Harvard 
Lee Elliot C. student, H. U. rooms 44 Gray 
Lee Henry B. painter, house 27 Mellen 
Lee James, laborer, house 36 Ellery 
Lee James L. carpenter, house 101 Western ave. 
Lee John, laborer, boards 4 Gray place 
Lee Michael, laborer, house 281 Cambridge 
Lee Nathaniel H. porter, house 41 Hampshire 

street, Cambridgeport. 


Lee Richard H. student, Scientific school, rooms 1 Gray's 

Lee Richard T. helper at Walworth's, house 17 Windsor 
Lee William, cooper, house r. 309 Cambridge 
Lee William P. last-model maker, h. Broadway, c. Davis 
Leeds Daniel D. piano-forte varnisher (B.), house 123 

Leest Walter, plasterer, house 44 Franklin 
LeFavour Edward B. student, H. U. rooms 16 Winthrop 
LeFrancis Peter, cigar manuf. 527 Main, ii. 1 Worcester 
LeFrancis Thomas, cigar inanuf. house Hampshire, near 

LeFrancis True W. machinist, boards T. LeFrancis, 

LeFurgey George, coffin-maker, house rear 56 Winter 
LeGallee Frank, sawyer, boards 5 Dickinson 
Leger John laborer, house 124 Spruce 
Lcger John, jr. laborer, boards 121 Spruce 
Leger Lucien, brass-chaser, house 49 Fourth 
Legro John J. superintendent metallic art works (Somer* 

ville), house 102 Thorndike 
Lehan Daniel, blacksmith, house 21 Fourth 
Lehan Dennis H. blacksmith, 19 Gore, h. Gore, n. Third 
Lehmkuhl William H. cabinet maker, house 2 Linnehan's 

block, Third 
Leighton Emily, widow of Thomas, boards 61 Otis 
X-eighton Henry B. engraver, boards 22 Winter 
Leighton James C. carpenter, house rear 7 Somerset 
Leighton John A. carpenter, house 154 Otis 
Leighton John H. superintendent, N. E. Glass Co.'s, h. 

22 Winter 
Leighton John H. jr. at N. E. Glass Co. bds. 109 Spring 
Leighton Robert E. assistant superintendent N. E. Glass 

Co.'s, house 104 Thorndike 
Leighton Thomas, glass-maker, house 12 Fourth 
Leinhan John, cabinet maker, boards Lechmere building, 

Bridge [Cambridge 

Leitch James, Boston chemical works, house Warren, near 
Leland Charles H. stone-cutter, house rear of 41 Norfolk 
Leland Frederick, chair-dealer (North, B.), boards 96 

Leland James, supt. Hebbard car spring Co. inquire do. 
Leland William S. student, H. U. rooms 52 Weld 
Leland Willis D. student, H. U. rooms 15 Matthews 
Leraan John, laborer, house 199 Norfolk 
Lemon Augustus F. (Champlin, Lemon & Co.), boarding, 

livery and sale stable, Brattle square, house at Wa- 


GEO. B. JAMES & CO., Lumber, Wharves, junction Bridge and 
Cambridge streets, East Cambridge. Boston office 14: State street • 
Lumber Manufacturers and Dealers, wholesale and retail. 


Lemon William, bookbinder, boards 79 Auburn 

LeMoyne William J. actor, house 81 Auburn 

Lonfest Granville B. printer, boards 150 Tborndike 

Lenfest Mary A. Mrs. house 50 Baldwin 

LENFEST SOLOMON, job and card printer, Lechmere 

Bank building, Cambridge, corner Second, house 150 

Lenfest Thomas H. music printer (21 School, B.), house 

40 Western aAenue 
Lenfest Thomas H. jr. music printer, boards 40 Western 

Lennehan Daniel, house rear 6 Davis 

Lennon Johanna, widow, h. 66 Harvard [house 67 do. 
Lennon John (John Lennon & Son), grower, 69 Pearl, 
Lennon John F. (John Lennon & Son), grocer, 69 Pearl, 

house 67 do. 
Lennon John II. glassmaker, house 7 Tremont 
Lennon Michael, laborer, house Tremont, near Cambridge 
Lennon Michael J. workman, 10 Arrow, house 66 Harvard 
Lennon Thomas, laborer, house Gore [Pearl 

Lennon & Son (John and John F. Lennon), grocers, 69 
Lenox John M. letter carrier, house 118 Columbia 
Leonard Adelbert W. clerk (65 Devonshire, B.), boards 

82 Magazine [place 

Leonard Charles W. private watchman, house 13 Myrtle 
Leonard Curtis, machinist, house 21 Harrison 
Leonard George A. hatter (237 Washington, B.), house 

342 Broadway 
Leonard Gilman, laborer, house 1 Portland [h. 139 Otis 
Leonard Hiram, produce dealer (21 South Market, B.), 
Leonard Joel M. student, H. U. boards 139 Otis 
Leonard John, laborer, house 321 Cambridge 
Leonard John H. blacksmith, house 391 Main 
Leonard Lucy T. widow, house 28 Jay 
Leonard Nichola, laborer, house 198 Norfolk 
Leonard Patrick G. salesman, bouse 120 Norfolk 
Leonard Samuel R. (Cutter, Tower & Co. 65 Devonshire, 

B.), house 82 Magazine 
Lepoint Eli, laborer, house Spruce, near Brick-yard lane 
Lepper Alex. H. house 17 Magazine 
Lerned Andrew, clerk, boards 356 North ave. 
Lerned Benjamin, produce dealer, house 356 North ave. 
Lerned Fred. T. house 27 Irving 
Lerned Lucy Miss, house 358 North avenue 
Lerned Rebecca R. Miss, house 358 North avenue 
Lerner Frank, gardener, 12 Quincy, boards do. 
Leroy Dennis, burnisher, house rear 140 Pleasant 
Leslie David, glass blowfcr, house 16 Gore 

J. FORD & SON, Harvard, Sqnnre, print cards, and all other 
kinds of printing. 


Lesquereux Leo, assistant, Zoological museum, Divinity 

avef. house at Columbus, Ohio 
Lessee Georgp, waiter, boards Prospect House 
Lessentin Frederick, cabinet maker, boards 58 Spring 
Lester Mark, carpenter, house 10 East 
Leuchte Bernhard, lager-beer saloon, 9 Brighton, and Cam- 
bridge, near First, house 206 Green 
Levan John, carpenter, house 24 Lambert 
Leve Adolph M. cooper, house Putnam ct. near Putnam 
Leverett Louisa, widow of Thomas J. house 8 Holyoke 
Levericb William H. (Egbert & Co., Bond, B.), oyster 

dealer, house 18 Fremont * 
Levin John M. carpenter, house 24 Lambert 
Levy Aaron, salesman, boards 433 Main [433 do. 

LeVrV Abraham, clothing, 19 Brattle and 433 Main, house 
Lewando Charles A. civil engineer, house 36 Mt. Auburn 
Lewando Joseph, (Rehouse (264 Washington, B.), boards 

723 Cambridge 
Lewin Robert R. carpenter, house 26 Watson 
Lewis Aaron, vegetable vender, boards 40 Erie 
Lewis Abbie A. Miss, teacher, Dana Primary school, bds. 

16 Green 
Lewis Ann„ widow of Henry P. house 16 Williams 
Lewis Avery L. book-keeper (64 Broad, B.), h. 40 Erie 
Lewis Charles J. grocer, 150 Harvard, house 2 Summer 
Lewis Daniel, carriage maker, house rear 507 Main 
Lewis Elizabeth, widow of Samuel, house 39 Garden 
Lewis Elmer L. clerk, Cambridge laundry, bds. r. 8 Perry 
Lewis Ensign L. tinplate worker, house rear 8 Perry 
Lewis Frederick H. clerk (356 Federal, B.), bds. 85 Vine 
Lewis Fred, brush-finisher (290 Commercial, B.), house 

85 Vine 
Lewis George A. laborer, boards 19 Crane 
Lewis George B. tinsmith, boards 88 Mt. Auburn 
Lewis George W porter, house rear 37 Garden 
Lewis Harris, carpenter, boards 90 Mt. Auburn 
Lewis Henry C. janitor, H. U. house 19 Crane 
Lewis Isaac N. student, H. U. rooms 36 College 
Lewis John F. vegetable vender, house 40 Erie 
Lewis Levi J. hairdresser, house 104 Harvard 
Lewis Mary, widow of Harry, house 78 Washington 
Lewis Mary A. Miss, teacher, Boardman Primary school, 

house Lincoln, cor. Livermore 
Lewis Robert, laborer, house 24 North . 
Lewis Wilson, laborer, house 115 Columbia 
Lewis Wm. H. clerk, 150 Harvard, house 50 Clark 

Lewis , cabinet maker, board 41 Cedar 

Leys James, cutter (Devonshire, B), boards 9 Cottage 

No. 1 Hyde's Rlock, 603 Main street, Cambridge port. 


Leys Jennie Miss, lecturer, boards 9 Cottage 

Lcxow Charles K. student, H. U. rooms 100 Mt. Auburn 

Libbey Edward D. clerk, N. E. Glass Co. bouse (616 

Tremont, B.^ 
Libbey Jackson H. teamster, bouse 97 Hampshire 
Libbey William L. agent, N. E. Glass Co., North, corner 

Water, bouse (616 Tremont, B.) 
Libby Addison C. stationer (9 State, B.), h. 99 Green 
Libby Charles W. machinist, boards 14 Rockwell 
Libby Josepb M. last-maker, house 14 Rockwell 
Libby Mary, widow, house 401 Cambridge 
Libby Wm. depot master, Concord Turnpike station, h. 

at Charlestown [Pioneer 

Liberty Michael, marble worker, boards John J.llorgan's, 
Liddy Thomas, printer, house 78 Pearl 
Liebert David, baker, 67 Gore, house do. 
Liesenfelt Antone, ale, beer, etc. (105 Pleasant, B.), bds. 

60 Harvard 
Lightfoot George, compositor, house 82 River [House 
Lighthipe Charles F. student, H. U. rooms 7 Holyoke 
Lighton Thomas, 'glass-blower, house 12 Fourth 
Lilley David, mason, house 28 Charles River 
Lilley Thomas, carriage smith, house 46 Fifth . 
Lincoln Addie Miss, proof-reader, house 26 Brattle sq. 
Lincoln Albert L. law student, H. U. rooms 21 Stoughton 

Lincoln Alfred, clerk, bds. 15 North Fifth 
Lincoln Chas. A. carpenter, house 15 Filth 
Lincoln Chas. A. jr. carver, boards 15 Fifth 
Lincoln Chas S. (J. M. Lincoln & Son, 220J State, B.) 

house 148 Washington 
Lincoln George, carpenter, house 49 Winter 
Lincoln Henry C. painter, house 245 Broadway 
Lincoln James O. student, H. U. rooms 29 Matthews 
Lincoln John C. cabinet-maker, boards 21 Brooks 
Lincoln John L. car-builder, boards 49 Essex 
Lincoln Lendell, carpenter, house 49 Essex 
Lincoln Levi H. locksmith (Brattle, B.), house 10 Eighth 
Lincoln Nathan, music teacher, house 72 Prospect 
Lincoln Nathan, teamster, house 67 Vine 
Lincoln Samuel, painter, 660 Main, h. 61 Washington 
Lincoln Wm. F. box maker, boards 49 Winter 
Lind John, mantle setter, house Rideout 
Lindsay Vinnie Miss, dressmaker, 3 Jay 
Lindsey Converse, cart tender, boards 185 Columbia 
Lindsey P. Allen, salesman (B.), house 15 Amory 
Ling William, cabinet maker, house 321 Cambridge 
Lingard William J. painter, boards 53 Fourth 

CHILDREN'S BOOTS A Specialty. C. D. WILDER, 557 Main 
street, Cambridgeport. 


Linnehan Charles, contractor, house 258 Bridge 

Linnehan Daniel, laborer, h. r. Lambert, n. Cambridge 

Linnehan John, tailor, boards 87 Brookline 

Linnehan John, stonecutter, house 7 Winter 

Linnehan Matthew, laborer, house rear 25 Fourth 

Linscott Roscoe, teamster, boards 133 Spring 

Lintnar Berthold, furniture finisher, boards August 

Schultz', Bridge 
Lippitt Francis J. counsellor (33 School, B.), bds. 10 Ash 
Lipsett Robert, cabinet maker, house 58 Walnut 
Lister Frederick W. superintendent Harvard gymnasium, 

house Fresh Pond lane 
Litch Albert, boards 11 Jay 
Litchfield Allen W. mason, house 61 River 
Litchfield Benj. C plumber, house 67 Auburn 
Litchfield Charles H. boards 477 Main 
Litchfield Geo. W. B. mason, house 488 Main 
Litchfield John F. B. student, Scientific school, rooms 

342 Broadway 
Litchfield Judson, undertaker, house 488 Main 
Litchfield Roland, undertaker, 477 Main, h. 3 Austin pi. 
Litchfield Roland jr. city messenger, h. 3 Austin place 
Litschey Peter, laborer, house 204 Cambridge 
Little Charles C. Mrs. house 26 Trowbridge 
Little Charles J. (Welch, Bigelow & Co.), printer, Uni- 
versity Press, house 830 Main 
Little Christopher A. harness maker (150 Tremont, B.), 

boards 3 Norfolk 
Little Edward P. house 275 Broadway 
Little Frank, driver, house 3 Austin 
Little Geo. B. clerk (B.), boards 275 Broadway 
Little John, harness maker, house 3 Norfolk 
Little John, policeman, house 117 Green 
Little Lemuel, house 12 Hotyoke place 
Little, Brown & Co. bindery, Riverside 
Littlefield Adonirara J. clerk, F. A. Gerry's, North ave. 

house 20 Coggswell avenue 
Littlefield Dependence S. organ maker, 426 Main, h. 8 State 
Littlefield Geo. T. pattern cutter (B.), housel2 Mellen 
Littlefield Joseph H. architect (8 Pemberton square, B.), 

house 14 Dunster 
Littlefield Nathan C. silversmith (15 Bowker, B.), house 

10 Mellen 
Litz Peter, varnish polisher, boards 57 Gore 
Livermore Charles C. (9 Pemberton sq. B.), bds. 1 Dana 
Livermore George Mrs. house 1 Dana 
Livermore Isaac, treasurer (Michigan Central Railroad, 

23 Sears' bldg. B.), house Clinton, cor. Main, 

ROBERT BACON «fc CO., Office 440 Main street, Cambridgeport 
Flue Shirts, Collars and Cuffs Ready Made. 


Livermore John (N. Livermore & Son), soap-manufac- 
turer, 111 Broadway, bouse 28 Williams 
Livermore John M. clerk, boards 28 Williams 
Livermore Joseph P. student, H. U. rooms 24 North ave. 
Livermore Kidder A. house 69£ Mt. Auburn 
Livermore Leonard J. house 24 North avenue 
Livermore Lois, widow of Oliver, h. 77 North avenue 
Livermore Mary 8. widow of Charles, bouse 86 Franklin 
Livermore N. & Son (John Livermore), soap -manufactur- 
ers, 111 Broadway 
Livermore Oliver W. house 36 Essex [Centre 

Livermore Thomas L. lawyer (10 Devonshire, B.), h. 6 
Livesey William P. compositor, house 17 Charles River 
Livingood Frank S. student, H. U. rooms 4 Weld 
Livingston Archibald, workman, chemical-works, house 

Thorndike, near Eighth 
Livingston Benj. F. policeman, house 5 Austin 
Livingston William D. box sawyer, Woodbury & Co. h. 

at Somerville 
Lloyd Charles A. clerk (Five Cent savings bank, School, 

B.), bds. 36-North avenue 
Lloyd George, carpenter, house 161 Thorndike 
Lloyd George A. book-keeper (Avon, cor. Chauncy, B ), 

boards 36 North avenue 
Lloyd Peter, cooper, boards 53 Fourth 
Lloyd Thomas, hackman, house 28 Charles River 
Lloyd William, carpenter, house 36 North avenue 
Lloyd William E. clerk, Court House (East Cambridge), 

boards 36 North avenue 
Lloyd William J. student, H. U. rooms 22 College 
Loceider August, laborer, house rear 131 Court 
Locke Amos, overseer Win. Wyman's, h. at Lexington 
Locke Charles A. clerk (B.), house 17 Clinton 
Locke Edgar H. clerk, F. A. Gerry, h. 5 Coggswell place 
Locke Elbridge W. music publisher, house 18 Front [ave. 
LOCKE FRANK, proprietor, Porter's Hotel, 185 North 
Locke Homer F. merchant (B.), boards 83 North aveaue 
Locke Honora Mrs. widow, h. 5 Linnehan's block, Third 
Locke Horatio (42 and 44 Faneuil Hall market, B.), h. 

285 North avenue 
Locke H. Austin, clerk (32 F. H. mk't. B.), h. 11 Dover 
Locke John A. stone-cutter, house over 411 Cambridge 
Locke John T. book-keeper, house rear 8 Perry 
Locke Sarah J. widow of Chas. A. house 17 Clinton 
Locke S. Ellis, painter, boards 22 South 
Lockett Jacob L. butler, house 81 Wendell 
Lockhart Albert E. undertaker, Lockhart's, h. 203 Bridge 
Lockhart Chas. H. undertaker, 203 Bridge, house 209 do. 

IS very kind of printing required by business men furnished by 
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Lockhart David, coffin maker, Bridge, cor. Third, house 
154 Cambridge [410 Cambridge 

Lockhart Davifl jr. coffin maker, W. L. Lockhart's, house 
LOCKHART WM. L. undertaker and manuf. of coffins, 
caskets, etc. wholesale and retail, 191 to 209 Bridge, 
cor. Third, house 150 Cambridge, near Fifth 
Locklin Edward, wholesale druggist, house 19 Erie 
Locklin John, laborer, house Reed, near Belmont 
Locklin Mary, widow of Michael, house 9 Wright 
Locklin Mar}' Miss, house Go Brighton 
Locklin Peter H. fish pedler, house 85 Gore 
Locklin William, janitor Lyceum building, inquire 1 
Locklin William H. laborer, house 149 Main [Brattle 

Lock wood Hiland (John P. Squire & Co.), provision 

dealer, Gore, near Sixth, house at Boston 
Lockwood Leverett L. engineer, Beal & Hooper's, boards 

115 Spring 
Lockwood Samuel jr. assistant, Zoological Museum, rooms 

Zoological Hall, Divinity ave. 
Loefstrum Anton, cabinet maker, house 46 Winter 
Logan Henry, porter, house 23 Washington court 
Logan John, marble-worker, John McNamee, boards at 

Lohr Frederick, currier, house Harvey, near Clay 
Lomax Ellen, widow of William, house 63 Winter 
Lombard Frederic H. student, H. U. rooms 16 Holworthy 
Lombard George, ice-driver, boards 41 Cedar 
Lombard James, hod carrier, house 106 Kinnard [do. 

Lombard James M. grocer, Cambridge, cor. Norfolk, bds. 
Lombard Julia, widow of Richard, house 428 Cambridge 
Lombard Nathan C. mechanical engineer and draughts- 
man (40 State, B.), Louse 125 Prospect 
Lombard Richard P. lather, house 71 Washington 
Londergan David, laborer, house 97 Spruce 
Londregan John, glassmaker, house 42 Gore 
Lonergan Thomas, laborer, house 97 Spruce 
Long Abel, carriage-maker, house 10 Rice 
Long Andrew, glass-maker, house rear 18 Gore 
Long Caleb O. provisions (B.), house 15 Elm 
Long Daniel, furniture maker (Friend, cor. Canal, B.), h. 

19 Brooks 
Long David, glass-maker, house 20 North 
Long Denis, oil-agent, house 5 Linden 
Long George A. student, H. U. rooms 45 Weld 
Long Jack, boards 10 Rice 
Long James F. liquors, wines and cigars, 131 Bridge, h. 

49 Gore 
Long John, N. E. Glass Co. house 175 Bridge 

J. S. SAWYER, GRAVEL ROOPIVG, No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 
lUaiu street, Cambridgeport. 


LONG JOHN J. plumber, 71 Cambridge, house do. 

Long Michael, grocer, 49 Gore, house do. 

Long Sarah, widow, liouse 10 Rice 

Long William H. marble worker, house 139 Main 

Longfellow Alexander W. student, H. U. rooms 39 Brattle 

Longfellow Charles A. boards 105 Brattle 

Longfellow Ernest W. house 108 Brattle 

Longfellow Henry W. Prof, house 105 Brattle 

Longfellow Samuel Rev. boards 75 Brattle 

Longley Benjamin A. painter, house rear 26 Tremont 

Longley Jeremiah, laborer, house Concord ave. near R. R. 

Longshaw William, house 78 Otis [ m Si Cambridge 

Loomer Joseph H. wood turner, house 4 Leehmere build- 
Loomis Eleazer B. car-driver, boards 46 Holyoke 
Loomis Grove H. photographer (7 Tremont row, B.), h. 

108 Thorndike 
Looney Michael, laborer, house 13 Hamilton 
Looney William, laborer, house 23 Sparks 
Lord Charles C. student, H. U. rooms 50 College 
Lord Eliot, student, H. U. rooms 28 Hollis 
Lord Israel P. cabinet maker, house 5 Baldwin place 
Lord John W. galvanizer, house Chestnut, n. Magazine 
Lord Lottie N. Mrs. dress and cloak maker, boards 73 

Lord Mary E. Miss, teacher, Washington Grammar school, 

bds. at Watertown 
Lord William W. clerk, 521 Main, boards do. 
Lorden Daniel, laborer, house 6 North 
Lorenz Joseph, finisher (B.), house Third, near Gore 
Lorey Henry F. cabinet maker, house 4 Third 
Loring Edwin K. cabinet maker, boards 471 Main 
Loring John W. Mrs. house 59 Fifth 

Loring Josiah S. mason, boards George W. Noyes', Banks 
Loring William M. carpenter, house rear 411 Cambridge 
Lothrop Cyrus S. banker and broker (B.), h. 115 Prospect 
Lothrop Eliza F. widow of Uriah L. house 45 Cambridge 
Lo.hrop George B. locksmith (30 Exchange, B.), house 3 

Lothrop James B. organ builder, house 106 Spring 
Lothrop Priscilla L. teacher Sargent Primary school, bds. 

3 Blackstone 
Loughlin Andrew, laborer, house 44 North 
Loughrey John, clerk, house 14 Squire's court 
Lovejoy Oscar D. teamster, house 55 Charles 
Lovejoy Samuel M. stock and note-broker (39 State, B.), 

house 94 Magazine [305 Broadwaj' 

Loveland Horace N. book-keeper (90 North, B.), house 

street, Cambric! geport. 


Lovell Andrew J. grocer (64 Cambridge, B.), h. 11 Forest 
Lovering Joseph, Mollis professor of mathematics and 

natural philosophy, H. U. house 38 Kirkland 
Lovering Lorenzo, hair-dresser, 4 Broadway, boards 149 

Lovett Augustus, ins. agent (30 Devonshire, B.), boards 

735 Cambridge 
Lovett Catharine Mrs. house 37 Cowperthwait 
Lovett James F. bookbinder, boards 37 Cowperthwait 
Lovett John, laborer, house 8 Beaver 
Lovett Michael, laborer, house 23 Banks 
Lovewell David N. moulder, house Lechmere building, 

Low Frederick C. photographer, 110 Cambridge, house 20 

Low Benjamin T. painter, boards 10 Eliot [den 

Low Chauncy E. student, Scientific school, rooms 2 Gar- 
Low George H. book-keeper (I. G. Whitney & Co., Sears 

building, B.), boards 65 Oxford 
Low Gorham P. jr. civil engineer, boards Ash, cor. Ash 
Low James, gardener, house 27 Baldwin [court 

Lowe Charles H. clerk, 470 Harvard, bds. 88 Mt. Auburn 
Lowe Edwin D. boards 76 Prospect 

Lowe Francis (F. & J Lowo), builder, house 74 Prospect 
Lowe Frank A. boards 76 Prospect 
Lowe John (F. & J. Lowe), builder, l;ou>e 76 Prospect 
Lowe John T. hair-dresser, 67^- Cambridge, h. at Boston 
Lowe Samuel P. organ case-maker, house 91 Auburn 
Lowell Allred E. freight conductor, L. R R. h. 159 Bridge 
Lowell Anna B. Miss, music teacher, bds. 9 Douglass 
Lowell Charles R. Mrs. house 24 Quincy 
Lowell Frederick H. clerk, 439 Main, boards 9 Douglas 
Lowell Harrison G. sail-maker (Commercial, B.), house 9 

Lowell James R , Smith professor of the French and Span- 
ish languages and literatures, and belles-lettres, II. 

U. h. Elmwood ave. cor. Mt. Auburn 
Lowell Kate M. Miss, teacher, Willard Primary schcol, 

house 9 Douglass 
Lowell Percival, student, H. U. rooms 19 Matthews 
Lowell William O. blacksmith, house 117 Windsor 
Lowery Woodbury, student, H. U. rooms 42 Brattle 
Lowney Dennis, glassmaker, house 47 Winter 
Lowney Morris, laborer, house 47 Winter 
Lowthorp Francis C. law student, rooms 127 Mt. Auburn 
Lowry George, glass-cutter, house 89 Vine 
Lowry John, carpenter, house 41 Charles 
Lucas Edward C. printer, house 159 Norfolk 

GEO. 15. JAMES &, CO., Lumber, Wharves, junction Bridge 
and Cambridge streets, East Cambridge. Boston office 14: Slate 
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Lucas Manoel R. hair-dresser, 197 Cambridge, h. Mul- 

lins court 
Luce George, clerk (Union, B ), house 27 River 
Luce Henry H. carpenter, house 35 Willard 
Lucy Anthony, stereotyper (B.), house 8 Somerset 
Lucy Isabella Mrs. house 8 Somerset 
Lucy Thomas H policeman, house 49 Brookline 
Lucy Timothy, teamster, house 32 Harvard 
Luddy James G. brush maker, house 246 Bridge 
Lucldy Thos. J. brush maker, house 214 Bridge 
Luddy Wra. J machinist, house 214 Bridge 
Ludgate John, gardener, house 395 Broadway 
Ludgate Wra. B. porter, house 74 Windsor 
Lufkin Charles A. boards 17 Banks 
Lufkin Julia A. widow of David M. house 17 Banks 
Lufkin Walter E. student, H. U. rooms 38 Matthews 
Luiz John S. cabinet maker, house 7 Mullen's court 
Luke Elijah H. (E H. Luke & Son), grain store, 75 Main, 

house 15 Maple avenue, near Broadway 
Luke Eugene R. (E. H. Luke & Son), grain, etc., 75 Main, 

boards 15 Maple avenue [and grain, 75 Main 

Luke E. H. & Son (Elijah H. and Eugene R. Luke), hay 
Luke James jr. (Luke & Bent), coal and wood, 163 Main, 

house 30 Inman 
Luke Jacob P. V. cabinet maker, bds. Cherry, cor. Main 
Luke Otis H. paying teller (Third National Bank, B ), 

boards 30 Inman 
Luke Walter J. clerk (16 Pearl, B.), bds. 15 Maple ave. 
Luke Win. H. carpenter, Clark, n. Broadway, h. do. 
Luke & Bent (James Luke jr. and Geo. H. Bent), coal 

and wood dealers, 168 Main 
Luker John, laborer, house 53 Vine 

Lull Fredk. A. newspapers, etc., 417 Main, h. 445 J Main 
Lull Herbert W. student. II . U. rooms 12 Hollis 
Lum Isaac E. confectioner, 165 Broadway, house do. 
Luna Christian P. hair dresser, 165i Cambridge, h. Third 
Luna Joseph P. hair dresser, 165^ Cambridge, house do. 
Luna Maxemram P. cabinet maker, boards 3 Winter 
Lund Jerahmeel C. carpenter (150 Charlestown, B.), h. 

Mt. Vernon [Vernon 

Lund S. Thompson, clerk (B ), bds. J. C. Lund's, Mt. 
Lunitz Bernhard, engineer, house 106 Allston 
Lunitz Gustave, pocket-book maker, house 6 Stinson 
Lunt Alfonzo M. printer (B.), house b'2 Otis 
Lunt Benj. F. gilder, house 20 Watson 
Lunt J. M. printer, house 49 Sixth 
Lunt Moses, carpenter, house 15 Short 
Lunt Richard H. book-keeper (13.), boards 102 Otis 

JOHN FORD & SON, Printers, Harvard Square; every variety 
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Lunt William H. mould maker, house 102 Oti9 

Lusk Bridget Miss, house 11 Harrison avenue 

Luther Joseph H. bookbinder, house 37 Willard 

Luther Thos. H. (Joy & Luther), carpenter, h. 10 Village 

Lyall John P. stone cutter, A. McDonald, h. at Belmont 

Lycett John J. pressman, house 8 Eliot 

Lydston Wm. H. carpenter, house 138 Harvard 

Lyford J. Otis, salesman, boards 3 Village 

Lyford Thos. J. (Doane & Lyford), provisions, 419 Main, 

boards 3 Village 
Lyman Frank, student, H. U. rooms 24 Holworthy 
Lyman George H. student, H. U. rooms 9 Linden 
Lynam John, ornament maker, h. Pioneer, cor. Main 
Lyman Joseph, student, H. U. rooms 32 Holyoke 
Lynan Wm. carriage painter, house 4 Fourth 
Lynch Chas. H. freight agent, B. & A. R. R. (Cottage 

Farm), house 75 Pearl 
Lynch Cornelius, laborer, bds. M. Sweeney's, Jefferson 
Lynch Daniel, shoemaker, house 17 Crane 
Lynch Daniel, printer, house 248 Franklin 
Lynch Daniel F. engraver, house 28 Hastings 
Lynoh Bridget, widow of Michael, h. rear 382 Cambridgo 
Lynch James, laborer, house rear 63 Gore 
Lynch James, plasterer, house 39 Cowperthwait 
Lynch James H. plasterer, boards 39 Cowperthwait 
Lynch Jeremiah, gardener, h. Antrim, n. Broadway 
Lynch John, brick-layer, boards 5 School 
Lynch John, laborer, house 64 Brighton [Pearl 

Lynch John, packer Jones soap works, bds. r. Lopez, n. 
Lynch John, printer, boards 61 Pearl 
Lynch John B. bookbinder, boards 39 Cowperthwait 
Lynch John J. varnisher, house 184 Bridge 
Lynch Julia Mrs. boards Stevens court 
Lynch Julia A. Miss, dressmaker, boards 209 Cambridge 
Lynch Julia, widow of Patrick, house 28 Hastings 
Lynch Margaret, widow of Daniel, house 95 Kinnard 
Lynch Mary Mrs. dressmaker, 209 Cambridge, house do. 
Lynch Mary, widow of William, house rear 123 Court 
Lynch Matthew, laborer, house 13 Railroad 
Lynch Michael, drypressman Riverside, h. 226 Franklin 
Lynch Patrick, millman, house 49 Gore 
Lynch Patrick, laborer, house rear 63 Gore 
L3'nch Patrick J bookbinder, boards 3 Linden 
Lynch Philip Mrs. house Vine, near Fifth 
Lynch Richard, laborer, house 61 Pearl 
Lynch Thomas, laborer, house 6 Conlon's court 
Lynch Thomas, laborer, water works, house 227 Franklin 
Lynch Thomas, bootmaker, 220 Franklin, house do. 

.__ Bio. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 Main street, Cambridge port. 


Lynch Thomas, glassmaker, house 14 Vine 

Lynch William, carpenter, boards 91 Fifth 

Lynch William, laborer, boards M. Sweeney's, Jefferson 

Lynch William B. carver, boards 139 Cambridge 

Lynes Edward G. real estate (134 Wash. B.), h. 23 

Lynes Sidney, carriage painter, boards 23 Orchard 
Lynn David, plasterer, house 106 Webster avenue 
Lynn John, distiller, house 4 Lincoln 
Lynn Melvin E. student, H. U. rooms 11 Matthews 
Lynn William H. plasterer, house 8 Lincoln 
Lyon George H. billiards, Lyceum bldg. bds. 77 Brattle 
Lyon Hans W. C. printer, Riverside, house 16 Fremont 
Lyon Mary D. widow of Leonard, house 5 Everett place 
Lj'on Peter, house 393 Main 

L}'on Robert, cabinet maker, boards 2 Harrison [Hall 
Lyon fin. H. student, Divinity school, rooms 29 Divinity 
Lyon William L. letter carrier Cambridge P. O. bds 5 

Everett place 
Lyons Archibald Mrs. house 91 Harvard 
Lyons Edwin J. carpenter, boards 46 Prospect 
Lyons James, lumber, boards 25 Brighton 
Lyons James H clerk, boards 28 Eighth 
Lyons Jeremiah, grocer, 466 Cambridge, house do. 
Lyons John S. grocer, 397 Cambridge, house 395 do. 
Lyons Julia Mrs. house 34 Foster 
Lyons Thomas W. carpenter, house 28 Eighth 
Lyons Timothy, laborer, house 431 Cambridge 
Lyons William, caster, house 16 Somerset 

MAACK GEORGE A. assistant Zoological museum, 

rooms Zoological Hall, Divinity ave. 
Mabey Horatio, carpenter, boards 496 Cambridge 
Mac Arthur Frank, student, H. U. rooms 28 Thayer 
Macaulay James, apothecary, 474 Cambridge, boards at 
Somerville [well, near Pleasant 

Macauley Auley, harness maker, 304 Main, house Rock- 
Macauley George H. painter, bds. A. Macauley's, Rockwell 
Macauley Wiliiam A. car conductor, boards Auley Ma- 
cauley's, Rockwell 
Maccer Joseph E. laborer, house Porter, near Rideout 
MacConnel Augustus, watches (17 Congress, B.), and 
astronomical observer, Cambridge Observatory, bds. 
52 Concord avenue 
Macdonald Alex, clerk, 156 Otis, boards do. 
Macdonald Alexander L. (Macdonald & Sons), bookbinder, 

house 9 Mt. Auburn 
Macdonald Angus, tailor, house 14 Front 

street, Cambridgeport. 


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Macdonald Edmund J. (Macdonald & Sons), bookbinder, 

house Green, near Putnam [Harvard 

Macdonald Frederick W. bookkeeper (B.), boards 324 
Macdonald Maria A. Mrs. bouse 324 Harvard 
Macdonald Neal, carpenter, boards 14 Front 
Macdonald Philip, giassmaker, house rear 99 Cambridge 
Macdonald William L. (Macdonald & Sons), bookbinder, 

house at New York 
Macdonald & Sons (William L., Edmund J. and Alexander 

L. Macdonald), bookbinders, University Press build- 
ing, Brattle square 
Mace Charlotte P. widow of Horace F. house 34 Warland 
Mace Eveline T. Mrs. house 17 Lopez [34 Warland 

Mace Horace F. clerk (21 and 23 Temple place, B.), house 
Mace Jonas, machinist, boards 17 Lopez 
Macgregor Duncan, bookbinder, house 29 Jay 
Macintosh James, commission merchant (264 Federal, B.), 

house 67 Oxford 
Mack Julia, widow, house 14 Garden 
Mack Margaret, widow of Garrett, house 9 Rice place 
Mack Michael, laborer, house rear 213 Mt. Auburn 
Mack Michael, laborer, boards 2 Cowperthwait 
Mackenzie Colin G. (Welch, Bigelow & Co.), printer, 

University Press, Brattle sq. house 52 Concord ave. 
Mackey Andrew, carpenter, house Clay, near Harvey 
Mackie Alexander, travelling agt. boards 13 Clark 
Mackie James, house 131 Spring 
Mackie Philip, laborer, boards 11 Cedar 
Mackin James, door-mat weaver, h. Pleasant, n. Walnut 
Mackintosh Charles A. student, H. U. rooms 10 Matthews 
Mackintosh Henry S. teacher, private school (80 Charles, 

B.), boards 678 Main 
Macquire James W. (J. W. Macquire & Co.), grocer, bds. 

Family Hotel, 41 Cedar [and 39 Cedar 

Macquire J. W. & Co (James W. Macquire), grocers, 37 
Macy Alfred, lawyer (55 State, B.), boards 615 Main 
Madden Daniel J. cabinet maker, house 2 Hastings 
Madden John, varnisher, 203 Cambridge, house at Boston 
Madden Martin, pecller, house 203 Cambridge 
Madden Thomas, laborer, house Lambert, n. Cambridge 
Maddocks Ephraim A. cooper, house 63 Sixth 
Maddox Geo. W. teamster, bds. 89 Tremont 
Magahy Andrew B. teamster, house Sparks street ct. 
Magee Hugh, granite worker, A. McDonald, boards M. 

Falvy's, Mt. Auburn 
Magee Martha W. widow of Henry F. house 12 Chestnut 
Maginn Bridget, widow of Frank, house 38 Brighton 
Magnus Henry P. cigar maker, house 8 Moore 

ROBERT BACOS &, CO. 45 West street, Boston. Iilaclv \eck- 
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Magoun Aaron B. principal Harvard Grammar school, h. 

315 Broadway 
Magoun Franklin D. machinist, boards 62 Otis 
Magoun Joseph, machinist, house 62 Otis 
Magrath Thomas, cigar maker, 96 Third, house at Boston 
JMaguire Ann Miss, fancy dry goods, 380 Cambridge, h. do. 
Maguire Charles, newspaper carrier, house 36 Ellery 
Maguire Edward, teamster, house 48 Washington 
Maguire Francis, oil dealer (27 Broad, B.), h. 151 Austin 
Maguire Francis jr. book-keeper, boards 151 Austin 
Maguire John, blacksmith, house 148 Bridge 
Maguire John, packer, house 48 Washington 
Maguire Mary, widow of Philip, house 31 Charles 
Maguire Patrick, clerk (B.), boards 65 Winter 
Maguire Terrence, teamster, house 224 Bridge 
Maguire Thomas, laborer, house rear 37 Cowperthwait 
Mahady Daniel J. cabinet maker, house 28 East Perry 
Mahady John, organ maker (Mason & Hamlin, B.), h. 

73 Pleasant 
MahafTy John T. carpenter, boards 32 Green 
Mahaney James, laborer, h. Franklin's alley, from 2 Gore 
Mahegan James, bookbinder, Riverside, house 8 Winter 
Maher Rose, widow of John, house 76 Elm 
Mahler Anthony, laborer, house 82 Harvard 
Mahone} 7 Cain, laborer, house Lambert, near Gore 
Mahoney Catherine, widow of Cornelius, house 6 Winter 
Mahoney David, teamster, house 16 East 
Mahoney Dennis, carpenter, boards 24 Dunster 
Mahoney Dennis, laborer, house Warren, n. Jefferson 
Mahoney Dennis, laborer, house Warren, near Porter 
Mahoney Dennis, grocer, 335 Cambridge, house do. 
Mahoney Dennis, laborer, house 20 North 
Mahoney Edward, tinsmith, bds. Mansion House, Gore 
Mahoney Edwin, laborer, house 16 North 
Mahoney Ellen Miss, bread store, 54 Gore, house do. 
Mahoney Ellen Mrs. widow, house 59 North 
Mahoney Frederick, cabinet maker, house 35 Winter 
Mahoney Frederick D. varnisher, house 6 Water 
Mahoney James, laborer, house 1 1 Water 
Mahoney Jeremiah, teamster, bds. 54 Ellery 
Mahoney Jeremiah, laborer, house 105 Fourth 
Mahoney Jeremiah, laborer, bds. 105 Eltn 
Mahoney Jeremiah, laborer, house Jackson [bds. do. 

Mahoney John, boot and shoe maker, T. Clark, North ave. 
Mahoney John, laborer, house 2 Crane 
Mahoney John, saloon, 186 Bridge, house 20 North 
Mahoney Margaret, widow, house 15 East 
Mahoney Margaret, widow of Michael J. house 7 Lopez 

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Mahoney Michael, laborer, house 21 Washington ct. 
Mahoney M'chael, painter, house 31 Lambert 
Mahoney Michael, shoemaker, house GO Cedar 
Mahoney Patrick, shoemaker, bds. Clark's, North ave. 
Mahoney Timothy, cabinet maker, 160 Broadway, bds. 

63 Sixth 
Mahoney Timothy, laborer, house Elm, n. Cambridge 
Mahoney Timothy, laborer, house 10 Hastings 
Mahoney Win. carpenter, house Warren, near Cambridge 
Mahony Mary, widow of John, house 247 Franklin 
Maier William, cabinet-maker, house 36 Cambridge 
Maiers Helen, widow, house Chestnut, near Waverley 
Maiers Helen J. Miss, school-teacher, bds. Mrs. Helen 

Maiers', Chestnut [Chestnut, near Sydney 

MAIERS ORLANDO A. gas-fitter (12 Sudbury, B.), h. 
Maighan Peter E junk-dealer, house 71 Pleasant 
Maigi Daniel, polisher, boards 2 Water 
Maitland Alexander, cloth-printer (Middlesex bleachery, 

Somerville), boards 13 Wendell 
Maitland James, blacksmith, 225 Main, h. 40 Broadway 
Major Abigail Mrs. boards 106 Ellery 
Major James, fireman, Gas works, house 15 Rice place 
Malay Patrick, laborer, house 2 Brooks 
Malay Patrick, laborer, house Willow place 
Maleman Frederick, cabinet maker, house 73 Cambridge 
Ma Haley Michael, laborer, house rear 382 Cambridge 
Mallaiey Thomas, in Boston Rolling. mill, Portland st. 
Mallay Arthur, engineer, house 121 Pleasant 
MALLEN JOHN>. tailor, 508 Main, house 494 Main 
Mallon John, laborer, house 119 Pleasant 
Mallory Richard P engraver (B.), house 21 Hancock 
MALLOWS JAMES MRS. provision dealer, 534 Main, 

house do. 
Malloy Hannah Mrs. house 27 Vine 
Malloy John, laborer, h. Concord avenue, near railroad 
Malloy Michael, hostler, h. Bridge, near Mansion House 
Malnburg Nicolas P. blacksmith, aouse 64 Ha npshire 
Malone Bridget, widow of James, house 3 Baldwin court 
Malone James, at N. E. Glass Co.'s, bds. 39 Winter 
Ma ! one Patrick, laborer, house Warren, near Jefferson 
Malone Peter, fireman, Water Works, house 112 Dublin 
Malone Philip, tinman (145 Charlestown, B.), house 192 

Malone Thos. F. glass maker, boards 228 Bridge 
Maloney Daniel, tinsmith, house 146 Court 
Maloney John, stone-cutter, Peter Biessington, house 

at Brighton 
Maloney Win. laborer, h. Tannery, near North avenue 

J. S. SAWYER, GRAVEL, ROOFING, No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 
Main street, Cambaridgeport, 


Maloney William, painter, house 51 Clark 
Maloon John W. tinsmith, house 1 Blackstone 
Maloon Ph} T linda Miss, house 16 Eighth 
Manahan Chas.F. clerk, 108 Cambridge, boards do. 
Manahan Patrick, tailor, house 6 North 
Manane John, laborer, house 7 Rice place 
Manbig Jane, widow, house Washington, near Main 
Mandell Win. A. ins broker (20 State, B.), h. 93 Austin 
Mandell Win. J. clerk (B.), house 93 Austin 
Manes A. & Co., New England Chemical Co. 23 Main 
Manes Andrew (A. Manes & Co.), New England Chemi- 
cal Co. 23 Main, house at Boston 
Manes Harriet E. Mrs. house 200 Norfolk 
Mangan James, stone-cutter, house 2 Court 
Mangan John, laborer, house Franklin alley 
Manion John, pedler, house 168 Thorndike 
Manix Patrick, teamster, house 122 Spring 
Manley Daniel, laborer, house 68 Harvard 
Mann Albert, carver, F. Geldowsky, bds. in Charlestown 
Mann Benjamin P. student, H. U. boards 19 Follen 
Mann Horace Mrs. house 19 Follen [Broadway 

Mann James F. (Grant & Mann), cabinet-maker, bds. 12 
Mann Robert, house 254 Broadway [Dunster 

MANN RUFUS, boots and shoes, 7 Harvard sq. h. 12 
Mann Thomas, printer, boards 11 Porter 
Manning Abby A. Miss, house 57 Mt. Auburn 
Manning Edmund, boot and shoe dealer, 445 Main, house 
109 Walnut [vird 

Manning P>lizabeth B. widow of Dr. Samuel, h. 416 Har- 
Manning Ellen, widow, house 79 Brighton 
Manning Henry M. S. box-maker, house 49 Elm 
Manning James, laborer, U. R. Co. house 22 Crane 
Maiming John, clerk (B.), house 53 Elm 
Manning Leonard J. student, H. U. rooms 40 Winthrop 
Manning Matthew, plasterer, boards 403 Cambridge 
Manning Michael, laborer, house 403 Cambridge 
Manning Patrick, laborer, house Mt. Auburn, opp. Sparks 
Manning Thomas, baker, boards 403 Cambridge 
Mannix Patrick, teamster, house 122 Spring 
Mannke Albert, miliman, house 73 Third 
Mannka Frederick, cabinet-maker, house 95 Sixth 
Mansfield C. in Boston rolling mill, Portland 
Mansfield Daniel, principal, Washington Grammar school, 
house 15 Hancock [ton 

Mansfield D. Gardner, travelling agent (B.), h. 12 Ailing- 
Mansfield James, in Boston rolling mill, Portland 
Mansfield Nathaniel B. merchant (127 State, B.), house 
Clinton, cor. Main 

CHILDREN'S BOOTS a Specialty. C. O. WILDER, 557 Main 
street, Cambiidgeport. 


Mansfield Thomas, laborer, house rear Mt. Auburn, near 

Elmwood ave. 
Mansfield William, machinist, boards 157 Main 
Mansise George W. soap-maker, house 103 Windsor 
Mansise Wm. glass-cutter, house 123 Hampshire 
Mansise William Mrs. midwife, house 123 Hampshire 
Mansise William jr. brush manuf. (290 Commercial, B.), 

house 109 Auburn 
Manson John, cabinet-maker, house 136 Harvard 
Manson Nathaniel G. house 303 Harvard 
Manson Nathaniel G. jr. b. 303 Harvard [303 Harvard 
Manson Rufus H. iron (Fulton, cor. Cross, B.), house 
Manson Sally Miss, house 71 Green 
Manson Sally, widow of Frederick, house 71 Green 
Mansur Warren, book-keeper, house 569 Main 
Manuel Samuel, pedler, house Brookline, near Lopez 
Manton Henry, brazier, house 67 Moore 
Manton Patrick, laborer, house 7 Baldwin court 
Manyon John, laborer, boards rear 159 Broadway 
Mara Thomas, gardener, house 23 Washington court 
March Frank H. salesman (B.), boards 28 Fayette 
March Herbert B. oil dealer (B.), boards 28 Fayette 
March John S. banker (71 State, B.), house 28 Fayette 
March Waldo (42 High, B.), boards 28 Fayette 
Marcou Jules, house 42 Garden 
Marcou Philippe B. student, H. U. rooms 42 Garden 
Marcy Henry O. physician, 690 Main, house do. 
Marcy John H., Custom House officer (B.), h. 103 Pearl 
Marcroft Wm. boot and shoe maker, 560 Main, boards do. 
Marden A. L. builder, house 48 Pearl 
Marden Wm. house 4 Pioneer, place 
Marden Wm. H. car-conductor, house 3 Wallace 
Marean George G. Mrs. house 66 Dana 
Marean Joseph H. salesman, house 60 Columbia 
Marean Susan, widow of Wm. house 19 Ellsworth avenue 
Margot James, watch maker (B.), house 68Broadway 
Marie August, sand paperer, Woodbury & Co. h. at Boston 
Marie Henry J. agent (Traveller, 31 State, B.), house 

50 Pearl 
Marie Wallace R (Milk, B.), house 6 Windsor 
Marks Frank, laborer, bds. Lambert, near Cambridge 
Maroney Joanna Mrs. house Lambert, near Gore 
Marooney Patrick, laborer, house 102 Kinnard 
Marr Eliphalet, carpenter, boards Pleasant, corner Arch 
Marrah Daniel, laborer, boards 46 Foster 
Marrah John, laborer, house rear Foster, near Willard 
Marrett Lorenzo, lawyer, Lechmere Bank building, house 

Highland avenue 

GEO. B. JAMES &, CO., Lumber, junction Bridge and Cam- 
bridge streets, East Cambridge. Boston office 14 State street. 
Eastern and Western Lumber of every variety. 


Marrs Charles, carpenter, house 203 Cambridge 

Mars Jamrs W. conductor, U. R. Co. house 33 Bigelow 

MARS DEN JAMES, grocer and dealer in coal and wood, 

395 Maiu, house do. 
Marsden Thomas, clerk, house 19 Green [Fourth 

Marsh Benj. F. clerk, 110 Cambridge, bds. Winter, n. 
Marsh Chas. S. clerk, Cambridge, corner Third, boards 38 

Marsh Charles W. glass blower, house 6 Baldwin court 
Marsh Frank, teamster, 42 Bridge, house at Charlestown 
Marsh Henry, paper hanger, house 123 Elm 
Marsh James B. boards Winter, near Fourth 
Marsh John, glassmnker, house Winter, near Fourth 
Marsh Joseph E. glassmaker, house 157 Main 
Marsh Royal E. milkman, boards 71 Vine 
Marsh Saiah A. widow of George, house 86 Spring 
Marsh Walter R. oiled clothes maker, h. 150^ Prospect 
Marsh Wm. J. S. cabinet maker, house 34 Market 
Marshall Edwin A. carver, house 9 Harrison [bridge 

Marshall Frank H. clerk, Bridge, cor. East, h. 23 Cam- 
Marshall Hanna"h D. Miss, house 9 Harrison 
Marshall Judson A. carpenter, boards 26 Holyoke 
Marshall Laura A. widow of John H. house foot East 
Marshall Truman, paper carrier, house rear 44 Windsor 
Marshall Win. P. billiards (114 Sudbury, B.), house 70 

Prospect [dike 

Marshea John D. brass finisher, 64 Fifth, h. 112 Thorn- 
Marsters John M. clergyman, house 1 Orchard 
Marston Chas. C. car-driver, boards 16 Spruce 
Marston Frank E. clerk, 55 Washington, h. 40 School 
Marston Geo A. policeman, house 16 Spruce 
Marston Geo. H. carpenter, house 113 Hampshire 
Marston Geo. W. foreman Walworth Manuf. Co. 368 

Main, house 9 Windsor 
Marston Henry W. Mrs. house 40 School 
Marston Mrs. widow, house rear 22J Winter [Harrison 
Martain John C. oyster saloon (23 Cambridge, B.), h. 20 
Martell Frank E. piano-key frame-maker, bds. 44 Austin 
Martell Patrick, teamster, house 171 Dublin 
Martin Addie Mrs. house 27 Wheatland's block 
Mai tin Albert, photographer (B.), boards 306 Harvard 
Martin Alexander, carpenter, boards 84 Mt. Auburn 
Martin Austin A. student, H. U. rooms 25 Holyoke 
Martin Charles, surgeon, U. S. N. h. Brattle, cor. Willard 
Martin Charles H. clerk, 1 Brattle sq. bds. 10 Mellen 
Martin Chas. W. salesman (B.), house 5 Columbia 
Martin Elizabeth Mrs. (Mfs. Bradley & Martin), dress and 

cloak maker, and millinery, 6J8 Main, house 646 do. 

J. FORD &, SON, Harvard Square, PRINT POSTERS AND 


WM. T. GALE & CO. 








No. 221 Washington Street, 




Rogers, Smith & Co.'s SILVER PLATED TABLE WARE. 

James Martin & Son, 


Tents, Flags, Wagon Covers, 

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Particular attention paid to the making of 

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Oiled Cotton JDuck 9 Horse and Wagon Covers, 

We have several LARGE TENTS that will SEAT from lOO to 3,000 persons to DINE 
under, which we will LET on reasonable terms. 

All letters promptly answered, and all orders personally attended to. 

James Martin <fc Son, 

114 Commercial Street, 


JAMES A. MARTIN. ( t> \J O I \J MM - 


Martin Edward F. currier, house rear 58 Charles 
Martin George W. hair-dresser, house 45 Washington 
Martin James, shoemaker, 906 Main, house 80 Brighton 
MARTIN JAMES, sail-maker' (114 Commercial, B ), h. 

16 Hamilton, near Pearl 
MARTIN JAMES A. sail and tent maker (114 Commer- 
cial, B.), house 31 Brookline, corner Auburn [h. do. 
Martin John, boot and shoe maker and repairer, 544 Main, 
Martin John, carpenter, boards 24 Dunster 
Martin John, laborer, O. Hastings, 101 Brattle, bds. do. 
Martin John, laborer, house 43 Washington 
Martin John, mason, boards 135 Main 
Martin John, teamster, house fi School 
Martin Joseph, laborer, house 106 Spruce 
Martin Lemuel B. jeweller (B.), boards 18 Orchard 
Martin Lewis, laborer, house 42 Hastings 
Martin Martha Miss, teacher Thorndike Grammar schoo 1 , 

boards 53 Third 
Martin.Mary, widow of Luke, house 17 Dublin 
Martin Michael, laborer, house rear 22 Crane 
Martin Michael, laborer, house 200 Norfolk 
Martin Michael, gilder, house 106 Harvard [454 Broadway- 
Martin Owen, shoemaker, Harvard sq. r. Post Office, h. 
MARTIN PETER, tailor, 444 Harvard, bds. 30 Brattle sq. 
Martin R. Mrs. house 306 Harvard 
Martin Stephen, iron moulder, house 79 Tremont 
Martin Thomas, cabinet maker, house 52 Union 
Martin Thomas, machinist, boards 80 Spring 
Martin William, carpenter, boards 88 Mt. Auburn 
Martin William, currier, house 71 Charles [Norfolk 

Martin William H. W. carriage maker, 442 Main, h. 31 
Martin Wm. A. hardware (6 Dock sq. B.), bds. 306 Har- 
vard [Columbia 
Martin Wm. H. counsellor at law (Marshall, B.), h. 55 
Martis Brooks B. milkman, house 57 Walnut 
Martis Sophronia, widow of Anthony, house 59 Walnut 
Marvin Edward, cooper, boards 13 Squire's court 
Marvin Jane, widow of Charles, house 9 Soden 
Marvin Joseph H. carpenter, house 128 Pearl 
Marvin Mary Mrs. house 9 Fremont 
Marvin Thomas, carpenter and builder, house 23 Park 
Marvin William J. carpenter, house 102 Austin 
Marvowiney Patrick, in Boston rolling mill, Portland 
Maryzo John, cabinetmaker, house 21 Vine 
Masforroll Manuel, medical student, boards 5 Hilliard 
Mason Auguste F. (Chauncy, B.), house 5 Pleasant 
Mason Charles A. civil engineer, 593£ Main, h.JRaymond, 
near Linnsean 

No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 Main street, Cambridgeport. 


Mason Eleanor A. widow of John F. house 22 South 

Mason Francis M. carpenter, house 5 Dover 

Mason George G. clerk, 500 Main 

Mason Henry (Mason & Hamlin), organ case manuf. 160 

Broadway, house at Brookline 
Mason John T. book keeper, boards 44 Austin 
Mason John W. machinist, 6 Pearl, house 44 Austin 
Mason Joseph B. carpenter, house 41 Windsor 
Mason Joseph H. brass finisher, house 13 Pine 
Mason Mary, widow of Luke, house 298 Harvard 
Mason Nancy, widow Ezekiel F. house 27 Columbia 
Mason Newell P. carpenter, house 2 Worcester 
Mason Richard, bootmaker (Tremont row, B.), house 22 

East Pei ry 
Mason Samuel B. laborer, house rear 51 Hampshire 
Mason Sumner R. Mrs. house 5 Pleasant, near Main 
Mason William, student, H. U. rooms 36 Holyoke House 
MASON WM. A. civil engineer, Hyde's block, 603Main, 

house Raymond, near Linnsean 
Mason William C. student, H. U. rooms 22 Hollis 
Mason William W. clerk, boards 85 Thorndike 
Mason & Hamlin (Henry Mason and Emmons Hamlin), 

organ case makers, 160 Broadway 
Massachusetts Fruit Preserving Co., Main, West Boston 

Massey William, servant, 21 Kirkland, boards do. 
Mathes William, confectioneiy, 251 Broadway, boards 

Harvard, cor. Columbia [Gore 

Matheson James, cabinet maker, boards Mansion House, 
Matheson Neil, laborer, boards 98 Third 
Mathews Bridget, widow of William, house Rideout 
Mathews Eugene H. printer, house 5 Columbia st. court 
Mathews John W. painter, house 70 In man 
Mathews Mary A. widow of Thomas, house 50 Clark 
Mathews Thomas, teamster, house 8 Davis 
Mathews William, teamster, house River, near Rockwell 
Mathews William P. shoemaker, house 70 Inman 
Mathews Yates H. printer, house 2 Columbia court 
Mathieson Hugh, carpenter, house 11 Eighth 
Matte Hercules, brick-maker, house Dublin, n. brickyard 
Mattes Carl, lager beer, 18 Brattle, bds. Joseph G. Wie- 

land's, Harvard 
Matthews James M. printer, house 146 Mt. Auburn 
Matthews Nathan, student, H. U. rooms 41 Matthews 
Matthews Peter, house 10 Eighth 
Matthews Richard, house 28 Lee 

Matthews Richard S. teller (National Bank of the Com- 
monwealth, B ), boards 28 Lee 

street, Cambridgeport. 


Matthews Robert, glassmaker, house rear Third, n. Gore 

]\Ialtoon Chas. F. compositor, Riverside, h. (57 Green, B), 

Mattoon Elijah, lather, house 363 Main 

Maurer Stephen, polisher, h. 12 Winter 

Ma}' Eliza A. Miss, house 118 Magazine 

May James, baker, house 94 Spring 

May John E. commission merchant (67 Commercial whf. 

B.), house 7 Waterhouse 
Mayer Charles, currier, house North ave. cor. Tannery 
Mayer Frederick, bookbinder, house 11 Walnut court 
Mayers Aaron B. carpenter, house 104 Pearl 
Mayers John L. carpenter, house 104 Pearl 
Maynard Eben W. hats, caps, &c. 571 Main, h. 17 Perry 
Maynard E. Wm. billiards, 220 North _ave. h. at Somer- 

ville [burn 

Maynard Franklin, pedler rubber cement, h. 195 Mt. Au- 
Maynard Gideon Mrs. house 6 Daniels court 
Maynard George C. salesman (B.), bds. 6 Daniel's ct. 
Maynard George P. livery stable (Bowdoin sq. B.), house 

88 Thorndike 
Mayr,ard Henry O. foreman, stereot} r pe room, John Wilson 

& Son, house 7 Gerry 
Maynard John W. clerk, boards 17 Perry 
MAYNARD MOSES A. coal, wood, lumber, lime, &c. 

WUlaid's wharf, foot of Brighton, house near do. 
Maynard Thomas F. printer, 10 Arrow, bds. 195 Mt. Au- 

McAdams Samuel, pressman, Riverside, house at Boston 
McAleer Brian, currier, boards 71 Charles 
McAleer Catherine, widow of Patrick, house 15 Crane 
McAleer John J. brush-maker, house rear 55 Charles 
McAleer Peter, carpenter, house rear 325 Cambridge 
McAllen Dennis, laborer, house Lechmere place 
McAllister William, shoemaker, 230 Cambridge, house do. 
McAnaul Thomas, shoemaker, house 145 Broadway 
McArdle Constantine, laborer, house 17 Donnell 
McArdle John, teamster, house 11 Sargent 
McArthur Alexander, carpenter, house 243 Cambridge 
McAuley Archibald, carpenter, house 98 Third 
McAuley Allan, painter, house Lopez, n. Pearl 
McAulay Aulay, harness maker, 444 Main, h. 4 Rockwell 
McAuley Frank, locksmith, boards 6 Rockland 
McAuliffe Daniel, laborer, house 132 Webster ave. 
McAuliffe Jeremiah, laborer, house 131 Webster ave. 
McAvoy Thomas, laborer, house 431 Cambridge 
McBain Andrew, carpenter, house Reed, near Belmont 
McBane Donald, house 41 Cedar 
McBaron Ann, widow, house 127^ Bridge 

ROBERT BACOIY «fc CO., Office 440 Main street, CamDridgeport. 
Manufacturers of Black Neck Wear in all Styles. 


McBay James, printer (Boylston, B.), house 13 Fourth 

McBay Samuel, printer (Boylston, B.), house 54 Sixth 

McBride James, laborer, h. Concord ave. n. Alewive brook 

McBride John, teamster, house rear 15 Vine 

McCabe Bernard, laborer, house 35 Webster ave. [pi. 

McCabe Bernard, upholsterer, bds. J. McCabe's, Willow 

McCabe James, pedler, house Willow place 

McCabe John F. carriage smith, h. Cambridge, n. Windsor 

McCabe James jr. upholsterer, bds. J. McCabe's, Willow 

McCabe Patrick, barrel dealer, house 180 Windsor 
McCafferty John, laborer, house 10*5 Court [State 

McCafferty John H. brass-founder (Charles, B.), house 3 
McCaffrey Ann. widow, house 170 Norfolk 
McCafTery Hugh, laborer, house 174 Gore 
McCaffrey Bridget Mrs. Louse 49 Vine 
McCaffrey Catherine Miss, house 53 Charles 
McCaffrey Catharine, widow of Murphy, groceries, 123 

Fourth, house do. 
McCaffrey Eliza, widow of Patrick, house 8 Hancock 
McCaffrey Hugh", harness maker (B.), h. 197 Hampshire 
McCaffrey James, carpenter, h. Cambridge, cor. Hunting 
McCaffrey Philip, teamster, house 7 Conlon's court 
McCaig David W. tailor (107 Court, B.), house 70 Gore 
McCain Moses, laborer, house Willow place, n. Cambridge 
McCall Jane Mrs. house 358 Broadway [North ave. 

McCallar Daniel C. book-keeper (39 Kilby, B.), boards 320 
McCallar George M. salesman (51 Hanover, B.), boards 

320 North ave. [North ave. 

McCallar John F. salesman (13 Summer, B.), boards 320 
McCallar Louisa, widow of Daniel, house 320 North ave. 
McCallum John, carpenter, house 41 Cedar 
McCallum John Mrs. music teacher, boards 41 Cedar 
McCalvey Bennie, house 99 Green 
McCalvey Frank F. house 99 Green 
McCalvey James Mrs. house 99 Green 
McCann Ann Mrs. house Jefferson, cor. Warren 
McCann Daniel, laborer, house 198 Norfolk 
McCann Eliza, widow, house 2 Brooks 
McCann John, brush-maker, house 428 Cambridge 
McCann Michael J. student, H. U. rooms 55 College 
McCann a John, laborer, house 116 Brookline 
McCanna Peter, house 40 Gore [ray's, Dock 

McCarroll Edward J. frame-finisher, boards James Mur- 
McCarron James, picture frame maker, boards 53 Fourth 
McCarron Edward, teamster, house 19 Lambert 
McCarron Maiy, widow, house 19 Lambert 
McCart Terrence, laborer, house 5 Vine 

Harvard Square. 


McCarthy Anna, widow of Michael, house 26 Sparks 
McCarthy Charles, teamster, house 12 Winter 
McCarthy Charles, laborer, house 7 Reed [Broadway 

McCarthy Charles, laborer, house 1 Hannum's block, 
McCarthy Charles, laborer, house 419 Cambridge 
McCarthy Charles, laborer, house 64 Harvard 
McCarthy Daniel, moulder, boards 6 Pine 
McCarthy Daniel, laborer, house 7 Winter 
McCarthy Daniel, blacksmith, house 31 Webster ave. 
McCarthy Dennis, granite-worker, A. McDonald, house 

at Belmont 
McCarthy Dennis, shoemaker, house rear 77 Elm 
McCarthy Dennis D. glassmaker, house 8 Fifth 
McCarthy Francis J. moulder, boards 134 Harvard 
McCarthy James, millman, F. Geldowsky, h. at Somerville 
McCarthy James, upholsterer, boards 1 Conlon's court 
McCarthy James, house 175 Cambridge [lane 

McCarthy John, gardener, house Appleton, near Vassal 
McCarthy John E. book-finisher, Riverside, boards Pros- 
pect House 
McCarthy John F. clerk (B.), house 134 Harvard 
McCarthy John H. (McCarthy & Co.), plumber and gas 
fitter, 69 Cambridge, house Bridge, n. Mansion House 
McCarthy John L. stone-cutter, boards 15 Sparks 
McCarthy Mary, widow of Francis, house 134 Harvard 
McCarthy Mary, widow of Daniel, house 6 Pine 
McCarthy Maurice, laborer, house Lechraere place 
McCarthy Michael, laborer, house 11 Wyeth 
McCarthy Patrick, house Jefferson, near Warren 
McCarthy & Co. (John H. McCarthy and James T. Bras- 

sil), plumbing and gas-fitting, 69 Cambridge ■ 
McCarthy Thomas, laborer, house 5 Lechmere place 
McCarty Alexander, stone-cutter, house 43 Charles 
McCarty Carberry, bookbinder, house 4 East Perry 
McCarty Charles, laborer, house Montgomery, n. Spruce 
McCarty Daniel, laborer, house 44 North 
McCarty Daniel, laborer, house 112 Kinnard 
McCarty Daniel, blacksmith, house 31 Webster ave. 
McCarty Daniel, teamster, house 73 Third 
McCarty Dennis, shoemaker, house rear 77 Elm 
McCarty John, machinist, boards 49 Clark 
McCarty Dennis, laborer, house 102 Gore 
McCarty Ellen, widow, house Jackson, cor. Spruce 
McCarty Ellen Mrs. house 57 North, cor. East 
McCarty Eugene, laborer, house 4 East Perry 
McCarty Henry, servant, J. Livermore's, 20 William 
McCarty James, laborer, house North, near Short 
McCarty Jeremiah, laborer, boards 287 Cambridge 

J. S. SAWYER, GRAVEL ROOFING, No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 
Main Street, Cambridgeport. 


McCarty Jeremiah, tailor, house 6 Reed 
McCarty Jeremiah, laborer, house 184 Spruce 
McCarty Jeremiah, laborer, h. Webster ave. n Cambridge 
McCarty Jeremiah, laborer, house rear 159 Broadway 
McCarty Jeremiah, N. E. Glass Co.'s, house 1 Linnehan's 
block [Third 

McCarty Johanna, widow of Michael, house Winter, cor. 
McCarty Joanna, widow of Michael, house 26 Sparks 
McCarty John, laborer, house 156 Green 
McCarty John, bookbinder, boards Prospect House 
McCarty John, machinist, boards 49 Clark 
McCarty John, marble-cutter, boards 70 Spruce 
McCarty John, merchant tailor, 242 Cambridge, house do. 
McCarty John Mrs. house 57 Amory [Cambridge 

McCarty Margaret, widow of Charles, house Lambert, n. 
McCarty Mary, widow of Dennis, house 192 Bridge 
McCarty Maurice, laborer, house rear 196 Green 
McCarty Michael, engineer, house Jones court 
McCarty Michael, laborer, house 14 East 
McCarty Michael, stone-cutter, house 82 Harvard 
McCarty Owen, laborer, house 57 North 
McCarty Patrick, laborer, house McCabe, near Cambridge 
McCarty Patrick, laborer, house 10 Flagg 
McCarty Patrick, laborer, house rear 42 Washington 
McCarty Patrick, plasterer, house 128 Hampshire 
McCarty Patrick, pressman, boards D. McCarty's, Kin- 

nard, near Putnam 
McCarty Patrick, teamster, house North, near East 
McCarty Thomas, laborer, house 105 Spruce 
McCarty Thomas F. blacksmith, Hampshire, near Web- 
ster ave. house rear do. 
McCarty Timothy, laborer, house 419 Cambridge 
McCarty Timothy, laborer, house 169 Broadway 
McCarty Timothy J. iron-moulder, house 6 School 
McCarty William, moulder, house 112 Hampshire 
McCarvill James, teamster, house 11 Cedar 
McCarville James, laborer, house 19 West 
McCarville James jr. glass-cutter, boards 13 West 
McCarville Owen, glass-cutter, boards 13 West 
McCaughey Arthur, in Tube works (Somerville), house 4 

Baldwin court 
McCauley James, laborer, house 188 Hampshire 
McCauley John, cooper, boards 53 Fourth 
McCaw Harry, confectioner, house 2 Harrison 
McChrystal Mary, widow of John, house 139 Bridge 
McClanning Gideon S. carpenter, boards 51 Clark 
McClary David N. policeman, house Leighton court, near 

GENTS' BOOTS A1VI> SHOES at. C. D. YVILUEli'S, 55* Mail* 
street, Cainbridgeport. 


McClellan Bernard, laborer, house Harvard, near G. J. 

R. R. 
McClellan James, teamster, house 81 Brighton 
IMcClellan John, teamster, T. S. Huekins, house 8 Crane 
McClellan Michael, carpenter, house Reed, near Spruce 
McClellan Rose Miss, house 35 Cowpcrthwait 
McClennan William, watchman, house 33 Washington 
McClintock John, laborer, boards 60 Winter 
McCloskc}' Arthur, stone-cutter, house 31 Charles 
McCloskey Charles, millman, house 7 Mullen's court 
McCloskey Hugh, carpenter, Bridge, n. Cambridge, house 

Winter, near Third 
McCloskey John, millman, boards 7 Mullen's court 
McCloskey Michael, tailor (10 Faneuil Hall square, B.), 

house 52 Fifth 
McCloskey Patrick, brass-moulder, boards 52 Fifth 
McCloskey Thomas, supt. Boston Chemical Works, house 

at Somerville 
McCluskey H. stone-cutter, house Third, near Court 
McColgan Neal, laborer, boards 1 Athens 
McCoigan Tristram, laborer, boards 1 Athens 
McColley John, carpenter, boards 53 Fourth 
McComb Thomas, slater, house 8 Antrim 
McConlc} T Andrew Mrs. house 65 Spruce 
McConnell Daniel, grocer, 39 and 41 Spruce, house do. 
McConnell George, carpenter, boards 3 Linden 
McConnell Louisa, widow of Andrew, house 65 Spruce 
McConnell Mary W. widow of Hugh, house 125 Pleasant 
McConnell Norman, carpenter, boards 99 Mt. Auburn 
McConnell Robert, brush maker, boards 110 Otis 
McConnell Thomas, laborer, house Warren, n. Cambridge 
McConville James, laborer, house 238 Franklin 
McCoole Ann Miss, house rear 7 Somerset 
McCoole James, mason, house rear 7 Somerset 
McC'ormack Joseph F. printer, bds. J. Winlock's, Garden 
McCORMiC BERNARD J. restaurant, 119 Cambridge, 

house do. 
McCormick Dominick, cooper, boards 29 Cherry 
McCormick Edmund, slater, house 202 Hampshire 
McCormick Edward, boards Franklin alley 
McCormick James, laborer, house 37 Cowperthwait 
McCormick James A. clerk, house 14 Winter 
McCormick John, laborer, house 1-4 East 
McCormick John, plumber, boards Franklin alley 
McCormick John P. weigher, house McCabe, n. Cambridge 
McCormick Joseph, clerk, 15 South Second, h. 14 East 
McCormick Margaret Mrs. h. McCaoe, near Cambridge 
McCormick Mary, widow of Richard, house Franklin alley 

GEO. B. JAMES <fc CO., Lumber, Wharves, junction Bridge and 

Cambridge streets, East Cambridge. Boston office 14 State street. 

Laths, Shingles, Clapboards and Pickets. 


McCormiek Michael J. stonecutter, h. rear 249 Franklin 
McCorraick Peter, carpenter, house 427 Cambridge 
McCorry John, watchman, house 123 Brookline 
McCourt Ann, widow of Patrick, house 22 Lambert 
McCourt Bernard, glassmaker, bds. 139 Cambridge 
McCourt Charles, laborer, house 5 Flagg 
McCourt James, glassmaker, bds. 139 Cambridge 
McCourt John, hack-driver, house 16 Irving place 
McCourt Michael, glassmaker, h. Lambert, n. Cambridge 
McCourt William, painter, house 28 Sparks 
McCoy James, carpenter, boards 10 Eliot 
McCoy Thomas H. pressman, bds. 83 Brattle 
McCoy Thomas S. hairdresser, Hotyoke, cor. Harvard, 

house 81 Wendell 
McCoj r Win. laborer, house 18 Somerset 
McCoy William, tailor, 31 Brattle sq. house 83 Brattle 
McCoy William J. stone-mason, house 24 Somerset 
McCoy, see also M'Coy 

McCracken James, stone-cutter, house 18 Willard 
McCreghan John, laborer, house 147 Dublin 
McCrehan James, teamster, boards 54 Spruce 
McCrehan Jeremiah, brick manuf. Dublin, h. 54 Spruce 
McCristal James, pedler, house Jefferson, near Rideout 
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McDermott James J. tailor, house 6J Cherry 
McDermott John, tailor, house 24 Fifth 
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McDermott Patrick G. glassmaker, h. 24 North Fifth 
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McDonald Andrew D. carpenter, h. Warren, n. Cambridge 
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McDonald John C. carpenter, boards 95 Gore 
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McDonald Neil, carpenter, boards 14 Front 
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McDonald Patrick R. house 109 Windsor 
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McDougall Murdock, seaman, house 66 Brighton 
McDowell James H. baker, house 463 Main 
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McDowell John, stair-builder, h. Cambridge, n. Prospect 
McDowell Samuel,, laborer, h. r. Cambridge, n. Chemical 

McDowell William, laborer, house rear 23 Fifth 
McDuffie Fred C. student, H. U. rooms 26 Weld 
McDuffie John, post-master, 559 Main, Cambridgeport, h. 

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McElerney Bernard, shoemaker, house 18 Donnell 
McElervy Daniel, laborer, house 32 Davis 
McElhaney John, laborer, house 172 Gore 
McKllroy Alexander, house 29 Front [18 Shepard 

McELLROY WILLIAM, confectioner, 440 Harvard, h. 
McElroy Daniel, cooper, house rear Gi Charles 
McElroy Edward, glass-cutter, house 49 Fifth 
McElroy Elizabeth, widow, house 16 Vine 
McElroy Francis, building mover, house 133 Court 
McElroy Frank, carpenter, house 49 Gore 
McElroy Hugh, grease-collector, house rear 58 Charles 
McElroy Hugh H. glass-blower, 137Bridge, h. at Somerville 
McElroy James, laborer, house 103 Fourth 
McElroy Joseph, carpenter, house 105 Kinnard 
McElroy Patrick, laborer, house 103 Fourth 
McElro}* Patrick J. glass-blower, 137 Bridge, h. 21 Fourth 
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McFadden John P. carpenter, boards 41 Cedar 
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McFarland Wm. H. confectioner, house 145 Main 
McFarland William, confectioner (B.), house 71 Spring 
McFeely John, glass-blower, N. E. Glass Co.'s, h. r. 25 

McGaffigan Edward, blacksmith, house 66 Second 
McG-affigan Michael, coachman, 153 Brattle, boards do. 
McGahey John, mason, house 126 Court 
McGee Arthur, glass-presser, house 194 Columbia 
McGee Patrick, soap maker, house 423 Cambridge 
McGee Warren H painter, house 81 Broadway 
McGeoch Alexander, house 87 Washington 
McGeorge Mary Louisa Mrs. house Pearl, corner Main 
McGillycuddy Michael, laborer, house rear Foster, near 

McGillycuddy Timothy, laborer, house 17 Pine 
McGilvray John, carpenter, house 107 Tremont 
McGinley Alexander, laborer, house 4 Stinson's court 
McGinley Edward, tinsmith, house 173 Bridge 
McGinley John, grocer, house 1 73 Bridge 
McGinley Patrick, shoemaker, 382 Cambridge, h. 173 

McGinness Bridget Miss, house rear 4 Davis 
McGinness Robert, tailor, Cambridge, c. Lambert, h. do. 
McGinnis Mary, widow of Bernard, house Rideout 
McGinnis Margaret, house 53 Clark 
McGirr Francis F. gold-beater (16 Harvard place, B.), 
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McGlinchey Andrew, bookbinder, house 1 Athens 
McGlinchey James, laborer, house 92 Fifth 
McGlone Charles H. saloon, 116 Webster ave. house do. 
McGlynn Catherine, widow of Donald, house 228 Bridge 
McGolrick Edward, house 41 Charles 
McGonigle Cornelius, teamster, house rear 64 Charles 
McGourty Hugh, wood-turner, house 202 Bridge 
McGovern James, cabinet-maker, h. Lambert, n. Cambridge 
McGovern James, laborer, house 8 Mullins court 
McGovern John, drain-digger, house 123 Spring 
McGovern John B. fish-dealer, h. Cambridge, n. Seventh 
McGovern Lawrence, boiler-maker, house 34 Charles 
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McGowan Michael, bootmaker, house 61 Hampshire 
McGowan Michael, mason tender, house 105 Fourth 
McGowan William, laborer, house 61 Brighton 
McGrane Patrick, perter, house 161 Franklin 
McGrath /Bernard, gardener, at C. E. Norton's, Norton 

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McGrath Edward, stone mason, house 21 DeWolf 
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McGrath James, lather, bds. rear 104 Webster avenue 
McGrath Jeremiah, laborer, boards 159 Broadway 
McGrath John, engineer, house 196 Columbia 
McGrath Michael, laborer, house 3 Water 
McGrath Michael, laborer, house Warren, near Porter 
McGregor Dennis, carpenter, house 45 Reed 
McGregor John W. carver,, house 41 Market 
McGrew Clifford H. G. student, rooms 15 College House 
McGruder Patrick, confectioner, house 68 Harvard 
McGue Thomas, teamster, house 150 Bridge 
McGuffie Robert, stone-cutter, bds. Pioneer, cor. Main 
McGuigen Charles, glass-presser, house 4 Conlon's court 
McGuiggin Patrick, laborer, house rear Concord Turnpike 

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McGuire John, packer, house 48 Washington 
McGuire John, laborer, house Warren, n. Cambridge 
McGuire Julia, widow of Michael, house 27 West 
McGuire Matthew, teamster, h. Harvard, n. R. R. crossing 
McGuire Michael, laborer, boards 27 West 
McGuire Thomas, grocer, 93 Main, house do. 
McGuire Thomas, stone cutter, boards 93 Main 
McGunigell Eliza, widow, house 138 Hampshire 
McGurdy James, paper hanger, boards 10 Vine 
McGurcty Mary Ann, widow, house 10 Vine 
McGurk Hugh, laborer, house Rideout, near Jefferson 
McGurk James, grocer, Hampshire, cor. Webster ave. h. do. 
McGurk John, laborer, house 49 Hampshire 
McGurk Martin, shoemaker, 113 Court, house do. 
McGurr Peter, laborer, house 49 Harvard 
McGurty Hugh, millman, house 202 Bridge 
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Mclntiie Charles J. counsellor at law, 97 Cambridge, and 

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Mclntire Oren E. door-maker, house 175 Cambridge 
Mclntire Richard H. engineer, house 19 Fifth 
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Mclntire Wellington, carpenter, boards 46 Prospect 
Mcintosh George, carriage-smith, 376 Main, h. 24 Front 
Mcintosh Hugh, wood-turner, house 114 Harvard 
Mcintosh James, engineer, boards 114 Harvard 
Mcintosh James, brewer, house 1 10 Spring 
Mclntyre William W. printer, house 61 Brattle 
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McKay Alexander, carpenter, house 20 Mt. Auburn 
McKay James H. carriage washer, boards 41 River 
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McKay John C. shoemaker, 289 Cambridge, h. 291 do. 
McKay Margaret A. boarding house, 130 Spring 
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McKeever William, glassmaker, house Winter, n. Fifth 
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McKenna James, wire-worker (B.), house rear 125 Elm 
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McKenna John, teamster, house 111 Spring 
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McKenna Patrick, carpenter, house 123 Court 
McKenna Patrick, cooper, B. Rafferty, bds. at Boston 
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McKenney John, laborer, boards 5 Harvard 
McKenney Patrick, carpenter, house 17 Rice place 
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McKenzie Alexander, student, Scientific school, rooms 16 
McKenzie Alexander D. engineer, James Dinsmore's 

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McKenzie Geo. F. varnisher, house 120 Spring 
McKenzie James C. printer, boards 128 River 

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McKenzie Robert, laborer, house 4 Hastings 
McKeDzie Roderick, carpenter, h. McCabe, n. Cambridge 
McKenzie William, laborer, bds. R. McKenzie, McCabe 
McKeon Edward J. grocer, 63 Hampshire, boards 20 Web- 

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McKeon James, barrel dealer, house 20 Webster avenue 
McKeown Andrew Rev. clergyman, house 74 Prospect 
McKillicuddy Patrick, wheelwright, house Lambert, near 

McKinley Frank, painter, house 1 Baldwin place 
McKinnon Charles E. (Kelley & McKinnon), carpenter, h. 

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McKinzie John R. printer, house 139 Brookline 
McKnight Daniel, stone-cutter, house Pioneer, cor. Main 
McKnight John, stone-cutter, boards Pioneer, cor. Main 
McKone John, servant, William Read's, bds. 80 Concord 

McKusick Alfred E. confectioner, boards 81 Franklin 
McKusick Amasa A. (B. P. Clark & Co.), confectioner 

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McKusick Elmer F. clerk, Federal, cor. Kneeland, boards 

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McKusick Elwood L. confectioner, bds. 81 Franklin 
McKusick Leroy C. cigar pedler, house 72 Green 
McLahey Michael, laborer, house 23 Lambert 
McLane Archibald, carpenter, h. Hunting, near Cambridge 
McLane Charles, ice-driver, boards 155£ Cambridge 
McLane James A. bookbinder, Macdonald & Sons, bds. 

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McLane John, laborer, house 61 Brighton 
McLane John, laborer, house Sibley court [h. do. 

McLane Martha, widow of Richjrd, boarding, 68 Brighton, 
McLane Malcolm, carpenter, bds. A. McLane's, Hunting 
McLane Nancy Mrs. house 63 Gore 
McLarren Irvine G. law student, rooms 48 Holyoke 
McLaughlin Arthur C. painter, house 5 Brooks 
McLaughlin Henry, carpenter, boards 148 Washington 
McLaughlin Hugh, brass finisher, house 7 Baldwin's ct. 
McLaughlin James, barrel dealer, house 180 Hampshire 
McLaughlin James, cabinet maker, h. Banks, n. Crane 
McLaughlin James, carver, house Lambert, n. Cambridge 
McLaughlin James, compositor, bds. 3 S}-mond's block 
McLaughlin James F. fruit packer, boards 104 Main 
McLaughlin John, gas-fitter, house 323 Cambridge 
McLaughlin Joseph A. brushmaker, house 19 Vine 
McLaughlin Martin, laborer, house 17 Winter 
McLaughlin Mary, widow of John, house 4 Vine 

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McLaughlin Michael, laborer, house Warren, near Porter 
McLaughlin Michael, stone cutter, house 37 Washington 
MeLaughlin Patrick H. machinist, house 94 Tremont 
McLaughlin Thomas, stone-cutter, house 37 Washington 
McLaughlin Thomas F. provisions, 16 Vine, house do. 
McLaughlin William, clerk, boards 4 Vine [avenue 

McLean George D. brass finisher (B.), h. 41 Coggswell 
McLean Isaac, carpenter, house 45 Cedar 
McLellan Roderick, carpenter, boards 41 Cedar 
McLellon John Mrs. house rear 118 Harvard 
McLeod Angus, carpenter, boards 38 School 
McLeod Angus, physician and surgeon, h. Gore, c. Third 
McLeod Archibald S. carpenter, house 3 Symond's block, 

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McLeod Donald D. carpenter, boards 68 Brighton 
McLeod I. carpenter, boards 41 Cedar 
McLeod Ronald, carpenter, h. 12 Hovey's blk. 408 Main 
McLeod Wm. G. clerk, boards 9 Broadway 
McMahan John, laborer, house 75 Hastings 
McMahan Thomas, carriage trimmer, boards 12 Dunster 
McMahan Thomas, laborer, house 452 Broadway 
McManaman Charles, grease-collector, h. Willow place 
McMann Brian, porter, U. R. Co.'s office, Harvard sq. 

house 8 Baldwin ct. 
McMann Edward, laborer, house 4 Water 
McMann Ellen, widow, house 4 Water 
McMann James, blacksmith, house 80 Brighton 
McMann John, blacksmith, house 200 Dublin 
McMann Thomas Mrs. house 7 Appian Way 
McMann William H. compositor, University Press, bds. 7 

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McMannis Felix, works N. E. Glass Co.'s, house 99 Gore 
McManus John, clerk, Bridge, at the bridge, h. at Boston 
McManus Terrence, laborer, h. Monroe alley, off Court 
McMarnara John, varnisher, house 242 Franklin 
McMartin Daniel C. student, H. U. rooms 28 Dunster 
McMaster Charles, tailor, house 10 Conlon's court 
McMasters George C. cabinet maker, house 56 Walnut 
McMenimen William, laborer, house 68 Winter 
McMenimen William H. stone-cutter, house 68 Winter 
McMillan John, laborer, house 20 Lambert 
McMillan William G. student, H. U. rooms 4 Holworthy 
McMullan James, laborer, house Warren, near Cambridge 
McMurray Katherine, widow, house 54 Amory 
McNall George, glass worker, house rear Winter, n. Fifth 
McNally Alice, widow, house 12 Railroad 
McNally Daniel, bootmaker (B.), house opp. 41 Vine 
McNally John J. law student, rooms 4 Stoughton Hall 

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McNamara Daniel, laborer, house Washington ct. 
McNamara John, laborer, house Franklin, near Bay 
McNamara John, varnisher, house 93 Tremont 
McNamara Malachi, laborer, house 7 Hamilton 
McNamara Michael, wood-turner, h. Allston, n. Waverley 
McNamara Patrick, laborer, house 126 Brookline 
McNamara Patrick, laborer, horse 108 Kinnard 
McNamara Thomas, blacksmith, boards 136 Bridge 
McNamara Thomas, laborer, house 132 Webster avenue 
McNamara Thomas E. upholsterer (Union, B.), h. 5 Short 
McNamee Hugh J. painter, house 3 Athens 
McNamee James H. marble worker, boards 23 Putnam 
McNamee John, provision pedler, house 374 Main 
McNamee John, laborer, house 60 Winter 
McNamee John, Union Monumental marble works, Mt. 

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McNamee John H. H. bookbinder, boards 3 Athens 
McNamee Robert, laborer, house 452 Cambridge 
McNaught Alex, hostler, Gore, cor. Bridge, house do. 
McNaughton Anthony, wheelwright, house 69 Allston 
McNaughton Daniel, machinist, house 69 Allston 
McNeal James, soap-maker, house 73 Pearl 
McNeal Michael, carpenter, house 192 Norfolk 
McNeil Agas, carpenter, house 281 Cambridge 
McNeil George E. deputy (State house, B.), house 16 

McNeil Murdick, brass-finisher, house rear 161 J- Broadway 
McNeill James, carpenter, boards 41 Cedar 
McNelly Peter, glassmaker, boards 53 Fourth 
McNinch Robert W. (Cummings, Kenney & Co.), lumber, 

Bridge, house 176 Cambridge 
McNish John, tailor, house 184 Bridge 
McNulty Catherine Mrs. house 5 Willow place 
McNulty Hugh, laborer, house Garden court 
McNulty John, house Willow place, near Somerville line 
McNulty Michael, boiler-maker, house 96 Spring 
McNulty Patrick, laborer, boards 174 Gore 
M'Coy Edwin A. miller, house 18 Rockwell 
M'Coy Frank H. painter, house 18 Rockwell 
M'Coy George M. clerk (Melrose), house 18 Rockwell 
M'Coy Madison, miller, house 18 Rockwell 
McPeak Patrick, grocer, 64 Charles, house do. 
McPeck John, tin-pedler, boards 377 Cambridge 
McPeck Neal, sal. on, 472 Cambridge, house 470 do. 
McPherson Ewen R. clerk, boards 4 5 Windsor 
MePherson George, moulder, house 22 Essex 
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McQuade Michael, stone-mason, boards 7 Eighth 
McQuade Patrick, laborer, house 431 Cambridge 
McQuatters William, coffin-maker, Lockhart's, house at 

McQueen Peter L. pressman, Riverside, boards 2 Fremont 
McQuesten J. Lund, machinist B. & L. R. R. shop, house 

30 Spruce 
McQuillan Robert, clerk, boards 339 Main 
McQuillan Thomas, carver, house 6 East Perry 
McQuinlan Bartholomew, boiler-maker, house 41 Charles 
McRae Kenneth, currier, house 54 Rice 
McRaith Charles W. printer, boards 41 Hotyoke 
McRoe George W. carpenter, house 1 Flagg 
McRowe Patrick, laborer, house Jefferson, cor. Warren 
McSorley Archie, carpenter, house 22 Green 
McSorley Bridget Mrs. house 16 Vine 
McSorley James, clerk, 167 Bridge, house Stevens court 
McSorley John, laborer, house 13 Vine 
McSorley John, laborer, house 56 Charles 
McSorley John, teamster, house 62 Spring 
McSorley Peter, machinist, house 8 Fourth 
McSorley Thomas, teamster, house Stevens court 
McSweeney Daniel, house 114 Court 
McSweeney Edward D. cabinet maker, boards 114 Court 
McSweeney Patrick, brakeman, B. & L. R. R. bds. 14 East 
McSweene} r Patrick, laborer, house 107 Spruce 
McTye Patrick, laborer, house 150 Green 
McVey Hugh, stevedore, house 14 East 
McVey John, millman, boards 33 Cambridge 
McVey Patrick, brakeman B. & L. R. R. boards 14 East 
McWilliams George, clerk, boards 2 Norfolk 
Mead A. Eugene, book-keeper (B.), boards 15 Walden 
Mead Alpheus, builder, house 15 Walden 
Mead Charles C. printer (91 Washington, B.), house 322 

Mead Charles W. clerk (H.), boards 322 Harvard 
Mead Mary Mrs. house 10 Meacham 
Mead Thomas, laborer, house 79 Bolton 
Mead William, butcher, house 36 Coggswell ave. 
Meade Bridget F. Mrs. house 116 Brookline 
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Meade John W. machinist, house 85 Elm 
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Meade Thomas E. laborer, boards 116 Brookline 
Meagher Stephen A. junk collector, house 62 Charles 
Mears David O. clergyman, house 26 Arlington 
Mechanics Literary Association, 555 Main 
Meeks Octavius W. student, H. U. rooms 11 Matthews 
Megan Thomas, laborer, house Lincoln, near Fremont 
Megata Tanetaro, law student, rooms 10 Holyoke House 
Megehy Andrew B. teamster, house 15 Sparks street pi. 
Megraw Maurice F. moulder, house 7 Holly place 
Megroth Charles H. carpenter, house 100 Green [Green 
Megroth William N. piano forte action maker, house 93J 
Mehan Thomas, cabinet maker and grocer, 323 Cambridge, 

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Meighn William M. laborer, house 239 Franklin 
Meins John, grocer, 13 Vine, house do. 
Melcher C. William, stone-cutter, boards 9 Broadway 
Melcher Daniel R. organ-maker, boards 95 Green 
Melendy Henry J. boots and shoes (144 Hanover, B.), h. 

23 Washington ave. cor. Arlington 
Meliner Edwin L. law student, rooms 6 Mt. Auburn 
Melledge James B. merchant (40 India wharf, B.), house 

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Melledge Mary Miss, h. 11 Dana 
Mellen James (James Mellen & Co ) , building mover, 

Moore, cor. Hastings, house 77 Washington 
Mellen James & Co. (James Mellen and Thomas Cowan), 

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Mellen John F. tailor, 508 Main, house near do. 
Mellen Margaret Miss, house 7 Appian way [Auburn 

Mellen Michael, dry pressman, Riverside, boards 27 Mt. 
Melley Michael, paver, boards 34 Clark 
Melley Patrick, laborer, house Garden court 
Melley Patrick, grease-collector, house 11th in Willow pi. 
Melley William, paver, boards 34 Clark 
Mellish George H. compositor, Riverside, bds. 51 Pleasant 
Meloon David C. produce (60 Blackstone, B.), house 67 

Meloon Hopkins H. book-keeper (60 Blackstone, B.), bds. 

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Meloon William H. collector (Jordan, Marsh & Co., B.), 
Melville Edward, cook, 122 Cambridge, house 89 Spring 
Melville William H. student, H. U. rooms 47 College 
Melvin Augustus, laborer, house Clifton, near Spruce 
Melvin Edwin B. foreman City wharf, house r. 180 Main 
Melvin John, laborer, house Winthrop, near Brighton 
Melvin William D. tin-pedler, house 140 Columbia 
Melvin William K. weigher (165 Canal, B.), h. 109 Allston 
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Mendoza Aaron, cigar-maker, house 128 Brookline 
Mengis M. Clinton, real estate dealer, h. 721 Cambridge 
Menix John, laborer, house 26 Brewery 
Menix Patrick, teamster, house 147 Main 
Mercer Joseph, tailor, boards 60 Hastings 
Mercur John D. student, H. U. rooms 38 Matthews 
Merein Hannah, widow of Thomas, h. 86 Webster ave. 
Meriam Emiline, widow of William, house 11 Clinton 
Meriam John N. (North, Meriam & Co.), provision dealer 

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Merkel Daniel, furniture finisher, boards 2 Water 
Merriam Albert Mrs. house 369 Cambridge 
Merriam Edwin G. student, H. U. rooms 27 Weld 
Merrick Celia, house 92 Harvard 
Merrick Edwin, billiard table maker, house 177 Main 
Merrick Frederick, laborer, house 55 Washington 
Merrick Fred. H. laborer, house 51 Hastings 
Merrick Richard, laborer, house 55^ Washirgton 
Merrill Amelia G. widow of Nathan, house 40 Hancock 
Merrill Artemus W. sausage maker, house 42 Second 
Merrill Charles H. treasurer, boards 40 Hancock 
Merrill David G. foreman, Page's planing-mill, house 87 

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Merrill Eugene E. jeweller (160 Washington, B.), bds. 87 
Merrill Geo. station agent, U. R. Co. house 51 School 
Merrill Geo. A. B. boards 31 Sacramento 
Merrill George F. student, H. U. rooms 66 College 
Merrill George S. boots and shoes (293 Washington, B.), 

house 65 Dana 
Merrill Henry F. student, H. U. rooms 15 Stoughton 
Merrill Herbert S. paper-bag manuf. (15 Bowker, B.), h. 

Russell, corner Orchard 
Merrill Horace A. carpenter, house 24 Rice 
Merrill Joseph F. printer (Court sq. B.), house 15 Clark 
Merrill Josiah, clerk (15 Traveller bldg. B.), h. Oxford, 

near Sacramento [255 do. 

Merrill Joshua W. organ key finisher, 160 Broadway, bds. 
Merrill J. Sanborn, paper hanger (17 Hanover, B.), house 

31 Sacramento 
Merrill J. Warren (77 State, B.), house 400 Broadway 
Merrill Leonard W. boards 17 Ellsworth avenue 
Merrill Lewis E. engineer (Somerville), boards 108 Otis 
Merrill Lorenzo at J. P Squire & Co.'s, h. 158 Cambridge 
Merrill Milton, bookbinder, boards 12 Everett place 
Merrill Nathan Mrs. house 40 Hancock 
Merrill Nathan F. student, house 40 Hancock 
Merrill Richmond L. mariner, house 157 Prospect 

ROBERT BACOJV &, CO. 45 West street, Boston. Patterns cut 
and materials for Shirts furnished. 


Merrill Susan E. Miss, teacher, Webster Grammar school, 

boards 339 Broadway [Broadway 

Merrill T. Watson, clerk (57 Purchase, B.), bds. 400 

Merrill William, carriage maker, Henderson Bros, boards 

2 Russell 
Merrill Wm. M. book-keeper, boards 51 School 
Merrill William T. confectioner} 7 and fruit, 111^ Cam- 
bridge, house do. 
Merritte Martin N. clerk, 159 Harvard, bds. 129 Prospect 
Merwin Henry C. student, H. U. rooms 48 Gray 
Messenger Charles M. carpenter, boards 10 Eliot 
Messer Chas. fireman, B L. & N. R. R. boards 33 Wheat' 

land's block 
Messer Charles, teamster, house 125 Elm 
Messer Daniel E. (D. E Messer & Bro.), grocer, 159 Har- 
vard, house 53 Windsor 
Messer D. E. & Bro. (Daniel E. and Gorham B. Messer), 
grocers, 159 Harvard [Harvard, h. 138 do. 

Messer Gorham B (D. E. Messer & Bro), grocer, 159 
Messer Lucy, widow of Willard, house 38 Shepard 
Messer Stillman, house 140 Harvard 
MESSER WM. A. express, house 211 Columbia 
Metcalf Charles C. foreman, stereotype foundry (19 Spring 

lane, B ), bonrds 154 Mt. Auburn 
Metcalf Charles R. house 154 Mt. Auburn 
Metcalf George W. carpenter, house 6 Blanchard 
Metcalf Greenleaf W. musician, house 1 Allston court 
Metcalf Minnie E. Miss, teacher, Putnam Grammar school, 

boards 70 North avenue 
Metcalf Willard, carpenter, house 116 Auburn 
METCALF WILLIAM S. agent (96 Washington, room 

9, B.), boards 154 Mt. Auburn 
Metzger Andrew, 200 Cambridge 
Metzger Joseph, restaurant, 200 Cambridge, house do. 
Meyer Bemherd, baker, boards Gore 
Meyer Charles, baker, boards Gore 

Meyer Chas E. (C. E. Meyer & Co.), picture-frame and 
looking glass manuf., Osborn, cor. State, and (7 and 8 
Holmes' bik. Haymarket sq. B.), house 59 Third 
MEYER CHARLES & CO. picture frame and looking 
glass manufs., Osborn, cor. State (Boston office 7 
Holmes' block, Haymarket sq.) 
Meyer Frank, laborer, house 19 Seventh 
Meyer Gabrielle, glass blower, bds. Mansion House, Gore 
Meyer Jacob J. polisher, house 103 Webster avenue 
Meyer Pierre, glass-blower, bds. Mansion House, Gore 
Meyer William, cabinet maker, h. Cambridge, n. First 
Meyers Jacob J. polisher, boards Qo Gore 

J. KURD & SO.V, Harvard Square, have every facility for doing 
general job printing. 


Meyers John, varnisher, house 65 Gore 

Michael Edward, laborer, house 197 Dublin 

Michel Joseph, cabinet maker, F. Geldowsky, house at 

Roxbury ' [Craigie 

Mickell Thomas, sea-captain, h. (Craigie Cottage), 14 
Middlemass Ingram, salesman (B.), boards 418 Main 
Middlemas James F. cabinet maker, boards 53 Fourth 
Middleton Joseph, paper ruler (143 Wash. B.), boards 16 

Squire's court [88 Mt. Auburn 

Miers Edward W. at paper collar factor}', 10 Arrow, bds. 
Mietbke Herman, varnisher, house 22 Park 
Mifflin George H. (H. O. Houghton & Co.), Riverside 

Press, house at Boston 
Mihan Patrick, salesman (48 Union, B.), h. 479 Main 
Milan Daniel, laborer, house 202 Hampshire 
Milan Ellen Mrs. house 49 Clark 
Miles Edmund, foreman, composing room, J. Wilson & 

Son, house 4 Charles River 
Miles Elizabeth, widow of Edward, house 60 Broadway 
Miles Fernando, foreman, horse-car stable, h. 27 Stone's 

block, Blackstone 
Miles Frank H. sterotyper, boards 4 Charles River 
Miles John, boards 60 Broadway 
Miles John, cook, boards 135 Main 
Miles Patrick, carpenter, house 60 Broadway 
Miles Richard, brass-finisher, boards 60 Broadway 
MILIANDER CHARLES A. picture frames, 424 Har- 
vard, house do. [12 DeWolf 
Millan Alexander (Millan &Snow), fish, 21 Brattle sq. h. 
Millan & Snow (Alexander Millan and James H. Snow), 

fish and oyster dealers, 21 Brattle square 
Miller Albert, wood turner, boards 188 Bridge 
Miller Broadanay D. band sawyer, house 47 Pine 
Miller Chas. cabinetmaker, house 8 Hastings 
Miller Chas. real estate (7 Green, B.), house 94 Auburn 
Miller Claborn C. laborer, house rear 31 Hastings 
Miller David, house 450 Broadway 
Miller David, engineer, boards 12 Dunster 
Miller Ellis F. hardware (94 Hanover, B.), h. 13 Roseland 
Miller Everard P. student, Ep. Theo. Sena. 126 Brattle 
Miller Frederick, glass-cutter, house 188 Bridge 
Miller George, teamster, house 68 Pearl 
Miller George E. painter, boards 111 Spring 
Miller George H. organ polisher, boards 450 Broadway 
Miller James H. blacksmith, house 18 Webster 
Miller James W. wheelwright (Charlestown), house 29 

Wheatland's block 
Miller John, overseer, house 20 Webster 

J. S. SAWYER, GRAVEL, ROOFING, No. 1 Hyde's Block, HO.i 
Main street, Cambridgeport. 


Miller Lawrence V. student, H. U. r'ms. 43 Holyoke House 

Miller Oscar, barber, house 31 Cowperthwait 

Miller Stephen, house 18 Perry [burn 

Miller Sumner, clerk (Marlboro archway, B.), h. 94 Au- 

Miller Thomas S. student, H. U. rooms 59 College 

Miller William, cabinet maker, house 29 Seventh 

Miller William, laborer, house 11 Rice place 

Miller William F. wood turner, boards 7 Hastings 

Miller Wm. G. foreman, Rawson & Hittinger's, house 7 

Miller Winthrop, student, H. U. rooms 31 Hollis 
Milligan Daniel H. shoemaker, 36 Fifth, house do. 
Milligan James, tailor (91 Washington, B.), h. 4 Worcester 
Milligan John D. dentist, boards 4 Worcester 
Milligan William, dentist, boards 4 Worcester 
Milliken Frank A. law student, rooms 60 Brattle 
Milliken James S. express, office 8 Brighton, house 8 Mt. 

Milliken John S. policeman, house 856 Main 
Millmore Patrick, hostler, house 7 Harvard 
Mills Benjamin F. printer, Mrs. M. Mills, Tannery 
Mills David S. hatter (217 Washington, B.), house 44 

Mills Ethelbert S. student, H. U. rooms 50 Thayer 
Mills Frank, machinist, house 67 Washington 
Mills Frederick G. carpenter, house 13 Eighth 
Mills Henry, cook, house 63 Brookline 
Mills Henry D. clerk, house 44 Brookline 
Mills Hiram R. student, H. U. rooms 70 College 
Mills James H. cabinet maker, house 3u Fourth 
Mills James H. jr. chair-caner, house 30 Fourth 
Mills John, carpenter, boards 3 Symond's block 
Mills John, laborer, boards 189 Mt. Auburn 
Mills John R, painter, house 67 Washington 
Mills Judson, cooper, house foot Seventh street court 
Mills Matilda, widow, cook almhouse, Tannery, boards do. 
Mills William, carpenter, house 189 Mt. Auburn 
Mills William, house Rideout, near Porter [Garden 

Mills William, night watchman, University Press, house 1 
Milne Robert Mrs. house 13 Wendell [Wendell 

Milne Robert W. clerk (159 Washington, B.), boards 13 
Milton Edward J. salesman (B.), house 2 Amory place 
Milton Henry S. student, H. U. rooms 48 Matthews 
Mimier James, laborer, boards Mansion House, Gore 
Mimnaugh John, carpenter, house Warren, near Jefferson 
Minden Joseph, cigar-maker, house 63 Brookline 
Mindig Philip, laborer, house Washington, cor. Brewery 
Minehan Michael, laborer, house 80 North 

CHILDREN'S BOOTS A Specialty. C. D. WILDER, 557 Main 
street, Cainbridgeport. 


Miner H. H. cabinet maker, Clark's, Cedar, house at (B.) 

Minot Albert T. clerk (B), boards 111 Austin 

Minot Francis, student, H. U. rooms 66 Thayer 

Minot James J. student, H. U. rooms 60 Thayer 

Minot Ordocardo, laborer, house 11 Broadway 

Minton William H. hairdresser, house 11 Broadway 

Mirick Augusta G. Mrs. house rear 186 Cambridge 

Misener John A. cabinet maker, house 1 Sceva place 

Mitchell Clifford, student, H. U. rooms 15 Weld 

Mitchell Daniel, baker, house 168 Hampshire 

Mitchell Daniel S. photographer (71 Cambridge, B.), h. 

7 Suffolk 
Mitchell Eugene U. student, H. U. rooms 33 Thayer 
Mitchell Frederick, flag-man, B. & A. R. R. bds. 14 Front 
Mitchell George A. clerk, 163 Cambridge, bds. 30 Gore 
Mitchell George L. foreman, glass cutting department, N. 

E. Glass Co. house 113 Thorndike 
Mitchell Henry, piano forte maker (B.), h. 196 Hampshire 
Mitchell Henry A. house rear 28 Front 
Mitchell Horace B. fish-dealer, 164 Cambridge, house 

Thorndike, cor. Seventh 
Mitchell John, boot and shoe-dealer (1059 Washington, 

B.), h. 71 Moore 
Mitchell John baker, boards 12 Douglass 
Mitchell John, cabinet maker, boards 41 Cedar 
Mitchell Joseph F. stereotyper, house 111 Pearl 
Mitchell Mary, widow of Thomas, house 329 Cambridge 
Mitchell Norman E. designer, boards 473 Main 
Mitchell Paul, house 50 Essex 

Mitchell Richard (Custom House, B.), house 32 Norfolk 
Mitchell Thomas, porter (B.), house Green, cor. Cross 
Mitchell Thomas, laborer, house 60 Hastings 
Mitchell William, bookkeeper (Washington, cor. Temple 

place, B.), house 20 Lambert [Bridge, house do. 

Mitchell William, harness maker, Cambridge, junction 
Mitchell William P. painter (B.), house 34 Broadway 
Moaklar John, glass-stainer, house 1 Gray place 
Moeldner Anton, glass-decorator, N. E. Glass works, h. 

131 Otis [131 Otis 

Moeldner Anton jr. glass- decorator (36 Winter, B.), house 
Moeser Philip, cigar-maker, house 58 Harvard 
Moffatt Alex, clerk, house 21 Cherry [in Boston 

Mohan Edmund P. cabinet maker, F. Geldowsky, boards 
Monaghan Bridget Miss, house 8 Fifth 
Monaghan Michael, house 8 Fifth 
Monagle Margaret, widow of Neil, house 23 Sparks 
Monahan Michael, tin-pedler, house 193 Norfolk 
Monahan Patrick, laborer, 171 Dublin 

GEO. B. JAMES «fc CO., Lumber, wharves, junction Bridge and 
Cambridge streets, East Cambridge Boston office 14 Slate street. 
Lumber lor jobbing and repairs. 


Monblo Francis T. N. tinsmith and hardware, 188 Cam- 
bridge, house 87 Vine 
Monnke Frederick, cabinet maker, house 95 Sixth 
Monks George H. student, H. U. rooms 37 Matthews 
Monroe Charles W. house 13 Farwell place 
Monroe Murdoch, stair-builder, boards 53 Fourth 
Monroe see also Munroe [house 10 Bigelow 

Montague Charles H. treasurer (Star Collar Co 8 Pitts, B), 
Montague Richard, student, H. U. rooms 49 College 
Montague Samuel L. com. mer. (170 Broad, B.), house 
26 Fayette [Webster ave. 

Montgomery Andrew, grocer, 34 Hampshire, h. Bristol, n. 
Montgomery George, lamp-lighter, house 40 Hampshire 
Montgomer}' Thomas, lamp-lighter, house Charles, near 

the river 
Montgomery William H. expressman, house 17 Pearl 
Moody Broadstreet D. (Pettingell, Moody & Sawyer), h. 
at Newton [Lee 

Moody Charles E. grocer (75 Commercial, B.), boards 26 
Moody Ilayden C. machinist, boards 7 Amory 
Moody Joseph, ~house 7 Amory 
Moody Joseph G. house 138 Brattle 
Moody William, carpenter, house 10 Squire's court 
Moody William H. student, H. U. rooms 38 College 
Mooney Alvin, hairdresser, house Otis, near Fifth 
Mooney Bernard glass-packer, house 3 Linnehau's block 
Mooney Bernard, jr. cabinet maker, boards 3 Linnehan's 

Mooney Daniel, saloon, 107 Tremont, house do. 
Mooney Frank S. tailor, boards 471 Main 
Mooney George F. boiler-maker, house 98 Main 
Mooney John, laborer, house 6 H -stings 
Mooney Mary A. C. widow of William H. h. 471 Main 
Mooney Patrick, brass-worker, nouse 4 Hastings 
Mooney William J. watchman, house Cambridge, opp. 
Distill house [Stewart's, 141 Otis 

MOOR JAMES C. grocer, 192 Cambridge, boards A. 
Moore Alfred, porter, house rear 133 Columbia 
Moore Arthur, carriage maker, boards North ave. cor. 

Moore Bradford T. (Chas. Moore & Co.). stoves and hard- 
ware, 8 Brattle, bds. 27 Trowbridge 
Moore Brothers (E. Marshall and Joseph W. Moore), pro- 
visions, Cambridge, cor. Norfolk 
Moore Charles C (60 Broad, B.), house 11 Cottage 
Moore Charles (Chas. Moore & Co.), hardware, 8 Brattle, 

house 378 Harvard 
o ore Cnaries, laborer, house Harvey, cor. Jackson 

BILL. HEADS neatly printed by JOHN FORD &, SON, Harvard 


Moore Charles H. instructor in free hand drawing and 

water colors, H. U. rooms 19 Oxford 
Moore Charles S. student, H. U. rooms 1 College 
MOORE , CHARLES & CO. (Charles, Edward R. and 

Bradford T. Moore), stove and hardware dealers, 8 

Moore Clarence A. confectioner, boards 12 Douglass 
Moore Clarence B. student, H. U. ruoms 25 Holyoke 
Moore Cyrus J. waiter in saloon (B.), house 30 Hastings 
Moore David H. musician, house 33 Green 
Moore Delmont, carpenter, house 15 Franklin 
Moore Edward, baker, house 26 East Perry 
Moore Edward R. (Charles Moore & Co.), stoves and 

hardware, 8 Brattle, house 24 Mellen 
Moore Edwin G. clerk (69 High, B), bds. 6 River * 
Moore Ellen, widow, house 74 Harvard 
Moore E. Marshall (Moore Brothers), provisions, Cam- 
bridge, cor. Norfolk, house do. 
Moore Frank W. apothecary clerk, boards 17 Perry 
Moore George, laborer, N. N, Stickney & Co. h.21 Beaver 
Moore George, ice driver, boards 41 Cedar 
Moore George H. printer, 68 Cambridge, bds. 136 Spring 
Moore Hannah E. Miss, house 47 Magazine 
Moore Henry, laborer, house 88 Harvard 
Moore H. N. house 3 Sumner 
Moore Ira, teamster, house 149 Gore 
Moore James, grease-collector, house 2 Essex ct. 
Moore Jane Miss, house 215 Mt. Auburn 
Moore John, laborer, house 98 Spruce 
Moore John, laborer, house 28 Harvard 
Moore John, laborer (B.), house rear 131 Columbia 
Moore John, steward (Mass. Gen. Hospital, B.), house 23 

Hancock [Auburn 

Moore John A. piano-forte action maker, house River, cor. 
Moore John F. glass-cutter, house 115 Elm 
Moore Joseph S. painter, house 111 Tremont 
Moore Joseph W. (Moore Brothers), provisions, Norfolk, 

cor. Cambridge, house do. 
Moore Joshua, carpenter, boards 30 Hastings [at Boston 
Moore Luther S. (Batcheller & Moore), 48 Bridge, house 
Moore Margaret A. Mrs. nurse, boards 233 Broadway 
Moore Martha, widow of Phiueas, house 33 Green 
Moore Matthew R. policeman, house 136 Spring 
Moore Melvin A. teamster, house Cambridge, cor. Sixth 
Moore Nancy Mrs. house 11 Jay 

Moore Nathaniel H. laborer, house 56 Harvard [h. do. 
Moore Nathaniel H. restaurant, 30, 32 and 34 Brattle sq. 
Moore Nelson N. billiard-room, 548 Main, h 23 Magazine 

jtfo. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 Main street, Cauibridgeport. 


Moore Perley D. leather dealer (69 High, B.), h. 6 River 

Moore Samuel, laborer, house 51 Hastings 

Moore Susan W. Miss, boards 19 Everett 

Moore Thomas H. house 3 Webster place 

Mcore William, laborer, house rear 131 Court 

Moore William, restaurant, 7 Brighton, bds. 99 Mt. Auburn 

Moore Wm. E. clerk, Cambridge, cor. Second, boards 136 

Moore Wm. W. laborer, boards 19 Crane 
Mora Frank, carpenter, house 28 Baldwin 
Moran James A. (Moran Bros.), furniture, 238 Cambridge, 

house at Somerville 
Moran Jeremiah, laborer, house Warren, n. Cambridge 
Moran John, laborer, house 174 Gore 
Moran John, currier, house Clay, near Harvey 
Moran Joseph, glassmaker, house 23 Winter 
Moran Mary, widow of Frank, house 20 South 
MoranJMary, widow of Martin, house Clay, near Harvey 
Moran Michael, blacksmith, boards Mansion House, Gore 
Moran Michael D. provisions, Brighton, near Mt. Auburn, 

house do. 
Moran Michael, at soap works, house 76 Pearl 
Moran Patrick, blacksmith, bds. Mansion House, Gore 
Moran Patrick, laborer, house 35 Cowperthwait 
Moran Thomas, poultry dealer, bds. Mary Moran's, Clay 
Moran Thomas S. (Moran Bros.), furniture, 238 Cam- 
bridge, house at Somerville 
Moran Bros. (Thomas S. and James A. Moran), furniture, 

etc. 238 Cambridge, cor. Ninth 
Morandus John O. hairdresser, 224^ North ave. h. 5 Clay 
Morandy Maurice, pedler, house 7 Holly place 
Morang Erastus G cooper (North, Meriam & Co.'s, B.), 

house 9 Sixth 
Morang Eugene, cooper, boards 63 Sixth 
Morcombe George F. cabinet maker, house 25 Lopez 
Morehouse Daniel, printer, boards 63 Pearl 
Moreland John H. printer, house 18 Dunster 
Morey Elisha W. oil finisher, boards 15 Pleasant 
Morey Elizabeth, widow of Wm. C, house 15 Pleasant 
Morey Helen E. Miss, teacher, Quincy Primary school, 

boards 65 Oxford 
Morey Philemon, groeer, 361 Main, house 171 Harvard 
MORGAN ALFRED, painter, glazier, and picture frames, 

444 Harvard, house 42 Brattle 
Morgan Andrew, teamster, house 53 Charles 
Morgan Edwin, painter, house Eighth, near Otis 
Morgan Elliot F. cabinet maker, house 47 Pine 
Morgan Edwin, painter, house Eighth, near Otis 

street, Cainbridgeport. 


Morgan Forrest, compositor, boards 2 South 
Morgan Frank, glass-cutter, h. Columbia, cor. Hampshire 
Morgan Frank H. student, H. U. rooms 56 Matthews 
Morgan George F. clerk, Court H^use. East Cambridge, 

house 12 Walnut 
Morgan Henry, helper, house Warren, near Cambridge 
Morgan Henry A. painter, house 129 Spring 
Morgan James, iron-heater, boards rear 134 Broadway 
Morgan John F. tinsmith (Union, B.), house 14 Hamilton 
Morgan Patrick, currier, house 12 Railroad [61 Third 
Morgan Stillman S. foreman, Woodbury & Co., boards 
Morgan William, machinist,' house 61 Gore 
Morgan William H. clerk (B.), house 61 Gore 
Moriarty Patrick, shoemaker, 3 Brewer's block Brattle sq. 

boards 12 Dunster 
Moring Anna L. Mrs. house 12 Quincy 
Morison Samuel L. student, H. U. rooms 6 Gray 
Morley Thomas, ornamental painter, 40 Putnam, house do. 
Morrill Alfred (Morrill & Hooker), steam engines, 356 

Main, bds. 10 Village 
Morrill Daniel K. wheelwright, house 12 Village 
Morrill Dexter J. iceman, boards 41 Cedar 
Morrill Herbert E. house Norfolk, near Cambridge 
Morrill James K. driver icecart, boards 107 Tremont 
Morrill Luther C. house 69 Dana 
Morrill & Hooker (Alfred Morrill and Henry Hooker), 

steam engines, etc. 356 Main 
Morris Emery T. druggist (B.), house 43 Washington 
Morris George, foundry hand, bds. Eighth, near Spring 
Morris Henry, harness maker, 131 Main, h. 5 Front st. ct, 
Morris James, tailor, boards 2 Brooks 
Morris Joseph, laborer, house 71 Cambridge 
Morris John, baker, house 35 Webster avenue 
Morris John T druggist (B ), boards 43 Washington 
Morris Manuel, cabinet maker, boards Vine 
Morris Mary, widow of Wm. R. house 43 Washington 
Morris Mary, widow of Dennis, house 135 Cambridge 
Morris Thomas, glass cutter, house Eighth, near Spring 
Morris Thomas H. student, H. U. rooms 20 Holyoke 
House [bridge 

Morris Wm. F. clerk (Exchange Bank, B.), h. 135 Cam- 
Morris William R. student, H. U. rooms 8 Holyoke 
Morrissy Charles, laborer, boards 159 Broadway 
Morrisey George A. hostler, house 1 1 Brewer 
Morrison George, painter, boards 36 Fourth 
Morrison Harry, brass finisher, boards 390 Main 
Morrison Herbert K. clerk (B.), boards William A. Morri- 
son's, Felton 

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Morrison John, machinist, boards 37 Union 

Morrison John, house 79 Spruce 

Morrison Jonathan M. cooper, house 15 Lopez 

Morrison William A. shoe findings (B.), house Felton 

Morse Asa P (50 India, B.), house 81 Magazine 

Morse Chas. E. book-binder, house River, cor. Auburn 

Morse Chas. H. produce (B.), house 345 Broadway 

Morse Charles M. carpenter, house 31 Tremont 

Morse Cyrus B. clerk, 6 Harvard row, house 17 DeWolf 

Morse Cyrus E. book-binder, house 20 Cottage 

Morse Edwin, butcher, boards 7 River 

Morse Francis A. harness maker, bds. 12 Holmes' place 

Morse Frank B. boards 375 Harvard 

Morse George, harness maker, house 6 Dinsmore court 

Morse George A. harness maker, house 12 Holmes place 

Morse Geo, E. house 99 Auburn 

Morse George H. laborer, house Tannery, n. almshouse 

Morse Henry L. hosiery and small wares (73 Summer, 

B.), house 75 North avenue 
Morse Henry L. student, H. U. rooms 17 Hoi worthy 
Morse Horace A. expressman, house rear 81 Oxford 
Morse Hosea B. student, H. U. rooms 23 Hollis 
Morse Isaac S. district attorney (12 Pemberton sq. B.), 

house 375 Harvard 
Morse James B. policeman, house 17 DeWolf 
Morse James B. bookbinder, boards 70 Inman 
Morse James D. book-finisher, house 70 Inman 
Morse James R. physician, Union square, house do. 
Morse John T. piano-forte string maker, h. 57 Windsor 
Morse Kendall, hostler, house 6 Perry 
Morse Lucinda, wid. of Bernard, house Lincoln court 
Morse Peter, brick-maker, h. Walden, near Dublin 
Morse Quincy A. organ action maker, house 32 Prospect 
Morse Sarah, widow of Henry, boards 34 Spring 
Morse Win. A. flour merchant (64 Commercial, B.), house 

40 Cottage 
Morse William L. student, H. U. rooms 24 Thayer 
Morse William R. student, H. U. rooms 4 Stoughton 
Morse W. Frank, shipping clerk (Charlestown), house 99 

Morton Andrew J. (State House, B.), boards 32 Norfolk 
Morton George B. organ maker, boards 7 Webster place 
Morton Ira A. carpenter, house 7 Webster place 
Morton Joseph, hair-dresser, 434 Cambridge, house do. 
Moseley E. J. Mrs. dry goods, North avenue, opp. Wal- 
den, house 26 Coggswell avenue 
Moses Elizabeth, widow, boards 13 Williams 
Moses Hamilton, stereotyper, house 13 Williams 

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Moses John, millman, F. Geldowsky v house at So. Boston 
Moses Theodore W. student, H. U. rooms 38 Thayer 
Moshen Alfred, cooper, house Cambridge, cor. Hunting 
Mosher Angie M. widow of Charles, house 880 Main 
Mouch Gottleib, cabinet maker, house 10 Vine 
Moulton Claudius B. cutter (B.), house 252 Broadway 
Moulton Chas. H. works Packard & Burrill's, h. 151 Otis 
Moulton Charles J. B. house 29 Prince 
Moulton C. Warren, clerk, house 2y Prince 
Moulton C. W. H. (Moulton & Co.), ladders, etc. Gore, 

near Sixth, boards 62 Winter 
Moulton George, box-maker, boards 92 Norfolk 
Moulton Gilman. agent (106 Court, B.), h. 17 Rockwell 
Moulton Henry (Moulton & Co.), ladders, etc. Gore, near 

Sixth, house York, Maine 
Moulton John G. organ builder, S. S. Hamill's, h. 92 Gore 
Moulton Parkman A. clerk (129 and 131 Milk, B.) house 

1 Green 
Moulton Rufus H. house 151 Otis 
Moulton Sarah H. Mrs. boards 37 Mellen 
MOULTON & CO. (Henry Moulton, and C. W. H. Moul- 
ton), ladders, steps, etc. Gore, near Sixth 
Mount Auburn Cemetery, Mt. Auburn, n. Watertown line 
Mount Auburn Conservatory, Brattle, near Mt. Auburn 
Mount Auburn marble and granite works, opp. Mt. Auburn 
Mount Auburn waiting room, opposite Mount Auburn 
Mount Thomas J. feather brush-maker, house 69 Spring 
Mountford Wm. Rev. house 747 Cambridge 
Mowll Charles F. clerk, house 55 Spring 
Mowry Albert E. (21 Cross, B.), house 4 River 
Mowry Charles D. galvanizer, house 148 Pleasant 
Movlan Michael, blacksmith, house Spring, cor. Eighth 
Muks Burl, laborer, house rear 53 Hastings 
Mulcahy Jeremiah, plasterer, house Short, cor. North 
Mulcahy Jeremiah, tailor, house rear 27 Cowperthwait 
Mulcahy Jeremiah H. boots and shoes, 155 and 413 Can> 

bridge, house Third, cor. Cambridge 
Mulcahy John, currier, house r. of Astor House, Winthrop 
Mulcahy Nicholas, currier, house 45 Reed 
Mulcahy Patrick, currier, house 45 Reed 
Muldoon Christopher, glass-maker, house 93 Cambridge 
Muldoon Edward W. boards 33 Pine 
Muldoon Frank, teamster, house 28 East Perry 
Muldoon Frank J. teamster, boards 28 East Perry 
Muldoon John, marble worker, house 41 Charles 
Muldoon John, moulder, boards 6 Pioneer place 
Muldoon Mary, widow of William, house 29 Fourth 
Muldoon William H. restaurant, 69 Gore, house do. 

J. S. SAWYER, GRAVEL ROOFING, No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 
Main street, Camtaridgeport, 


Mulgrave Jeremiah, laborer, house 238 Franklin 

Mulherein George, laborer, house Hunting, n. Cambridge 

Mulholland James, confectioner, 459A Main, h. 8 Cherry 

Mulholland Michael, confectioner, house 68 Pearl 

Mull Frederick, turner, house 150 Spring 

Mullans Edward, laborer, house 131 Spring 

Mullen Christopher, bronzer, house Pioneer, cor. Main 

Mullen David, lamplighter, house 9 Bow 

Mullen Hugh, hostler, Bridge, cor. First, house 27 Vine 

Mullen James, laborer, house Rideout, cor. Porter 

Mullen John, saloon, 145 Main, house do. 

Mullen John R. boot and shoe dealer, h. 361 Harvard 

Mullen Malachi, teamster, Appleton Hubbard, house 196 

Mullen Mary, widow of John, house 34 Charles 
Mullen Michael, laborer, house Green, near Pleasant 
Mullen Nicholas, laborer, house rear 8 Gore 
Mullen Patrick, laborer, boards 83 Broadway 
Mullen Patrick, laborer, house 18 Squire's court 
Mullen Robert, house East, near L. R. R. 
Mullen Thomas, brush-maker (B.), boards 8 Gore 
Mullen William, carpenter, house 121 Charles 
Mullen William, carpenter, house 140 Pleasant 
Mullens Patrick, workman, house 168 Franklin 
Muller Christian, currier, house Tannery [Tannery 

Muller Henry, tanner and currier, bds. William Muller's, 
Muller William, tanner, Tannery, house do. 
Mullett Alfred E. student, Divinity school, rooms 27 Di 

vinity Hall 
Mullett Frank, confectioner, boards 441 Main 
Mullett Frank, teamster, house rear 51 Hampshire 
Mullett Frank C. confectioner, boards 12 Douglass 
Mullett Walter A. confectioner, boards 12 Douglass 
Mullett Hannah, widow, house 25 Williams 
Mullett William, police, house 56 Winter, near Fifth 
Mullett William H. engineer, University Press, house at 

Mulligan John, brass-moulder, house 12 Murdock 
Mulligan Thomas, laborer, house 10 North 
Mulliken Edward, house 11 Walden [Pioneer place 

Mullin John, ale, beer, etc., basement 145 Main, boards 2 
Mullin Peter (Farrell & Mullin), grocer, 623 Main, house 

30 Walnut 
Mullins John, laborer, house 1 1 Gore 
Mullins Thomas, house 21 Third 
Mulloy Michael, hostler, house 145 Bridge 
Mulrey Michael, laborer, house 20 Foster 
Mulrey Patrick J. stone-cutter, house 20 Foster 

street, Cambridgeport. 


. 1 

Multahey Nicholas, currier, house 45 Reed 

Mulvahill Mary, widow, house 238 Franklin 

Mulvahill Thomas, laborer, house 203 Franklin 

Mulvany Morris, laborer, bouse 10 Third 

Mumler John F. foreman, electrotype rooms, Welch, Bige- 

low & Co. house 10 Charles River 
Munck Ees, furniture maker, house 103 Pearl 
Mundy Patrick, stone-cutter, house 34 Charles 
Munighan Owen, gardener, house Line, near Cambridge 
Munighan Owen, saloon, 171 Windsor, house do. 
Munn Benjamin S. printer, house 874 Main 
Munn William R. paper-hanger, boards 874 Main 
Munro Hugh M. carpenter, house 199 Mt. Auburn 
Munroe A. Henry, clerk, 111 Cambridge, h. 94 Thorndike 
Munroe Amos, house 63 Auburn 
Munroe Charles, laborer, house 11 Webster ave. 
Munroe Charles, mason, house 19 Eliot 
Munroe Charles E. instructor iu chemistry, H. U. rooms 

#2 College House 
Munroe Charles H. provisions, 565 Main, h. 61 Auburn 
Munroe Charles W. house Kirkland, near Sumner 
Munroe Edmund Mrs. house 6 Summer 
Munroe Emma F. Miss, teacher, Riverside Training-school, 

boards 127 Cambridge [Cambridge 

Munroe Enoch, wheelwright, 52 Cambridge, house 127 
Munroe Francis E. boards 24 Pearl 
Munroe George H. clerk, 8 Brighton, boards 35 Dunster 
Munroe George H. clerk, 125 Cambridge, bds. 127 Can> 

Munroe Henry P. music-teacher, house 24 Pearl 
Munroe James, laborer, house 20 Hastings 
Munroe James, laborer, house Reed, near Belmont 
Munroe James A. book-keeper (20 Dock square, B.), bds. 

35 Dunster 
Munroe John H. gardener, house 35 Dunster 
Munroe Nathaniel, letter carrier, boards 35 Dunster 
Munroe Nathaniel W. boards 94 Thorndike 
Munroe Philip C. saloon, 11 Webster ave. house do. 
Munroe Sarah R. M. widow of James, h. 71 North ave. 
Munroe William A. auctioneer and real-estate agent, 111 

Cambridge, house 94 Thorndike 
Munroe William A. lawyer (35 Court, B.), bds. 55 Austin 
Munroe William F. boards 129 Columbia 
Munroe William W. house 78 Franklin 
Munroe, see also Monroe 
Muns James, laborer, house 70 Harvard 
Munsey Nathan, teamster, house Valentine, near Pearl 
Munyan Patrick, laborer, house Railroad, near Sargent 

GEO. B. JAJM.ES & CO., Lumber, Wharves, junction Bridge and 
Cambridge .streets, Eust Cambridge. Boston office 14 State street. 
Lumber Manufacturers and Dealers, wholesale and retail. 


Munz Charles L. carver, house Lopez, near Bfookline 
Murdoch John, student, H. U. rooms 45 Gray 
Murdock Frank R. carpenter, h. Western ave. n. Putnam 
Murdock Frank R. chemist, house Putnam court 
Murdock John N. Rev. secretary (Missionary Union, 12 

Bedford, B.), house 20 Orchard, near Beech [Putnam 
Murdock Robert, nurseryman, house rear Western ave. n. 
Murdock Sabrina, widow of Asa, house 661 Main 
Murdock Walter H. nurseryman, house rear Western ave. 

near Putnam 
Murdock William R. carpenter, house Putnam court 
Murdock William L. clerk, boards 13 Prospect 
Murihead Robert, carpenter, house 4 Nichols place 
Murphy Catherine, widow of Michael, h. 281 Cambridge 
Murphy Cornelius, carpenter, house 64 Winter 
Murphy Cornelius, laborer, house 22 Lambert 
Murphy Cornelius, laborer, house McCabe, n. Cambridge 
Murphy Cornelius, tailor (B.), house Harvey, near Clay 
Murphy Cornelius, carpenter, bds. Daniel Harrington's, 

McCabe [Harvey 

Murphy Cornelius A. carver, bds. Cornelius Murphy's, 
Murphy Daniel, laborer, house 186 Hampshire 
Murphy Daniel, engineer, house 36 Washington 
Murphy Daniel, carpenter, house 11 West 
Murphy Daniel, currier, boards 45 Reed 
Murphy Daniel, teamster, house 32 Hancock 
Murphy Dennis, engineer, 64 Fifth, house 65 Vine 
Murphy Dennis, glassmaker, boards Mrs. Susan Day's, 

Murphy Dennis, laborer, house 45 Amory 
Murphy Dennis, laborer, house McCabe, n. Cambridge 
Murphy Edward, bootmaker, boards 544 Main 
Murphy Edward J. clerk, house 210 Bridge 
Murphy Ellen Mrs. widow, house North, n. Short 
Murplry E. A. printer, boards 26 Holyoke 
Murphy Frances C. Mrs. house 188 Hampshire [Forest 
Murphy Geo. S. produce dealer (56 Chatham, B.), bds. 19 
Murphy Henry Mrs. house 103 Spruce 
Murphy James, carpenter, rooms 14 Eliot 
Murphy James, laborer, house Porter, cor. Medford 
Murphy James, laborer, house 25 Cowpertbwait 
Murphy James, coachman, 8 Highland, bds. do. 
Murphy James, laborer, house Foster, near Sparks 
Murphy James, laborer, house Jackson, near Harvey 
Murphy James, laborer, house 68 Second 
Murphy James, laborer, house Jackson, near Spruce 
Murphy James I. glass-worker, house 110 Fourth 
Murphy James J. laborer, house Elm, near Cambridge 

Harvard Square. 


Murphy Jeremiah, engineer, house 3 Pioneer place 
Murphy Jeremiah, laborer, bds. Cambridge, near First 
Murphy Jeremiah, teamster, house 87 Brookline 
Murphy Jeremiah, grocer, 187 Dublin, house do. 
Murphy Jeremiah, laborer, house McCabe, n. Cambridge 
Murphy Jeremiah, laborer, house 11 Sargent 
Murphy Jeremiah, marble cutter, A. McDonald, boards 

186 Green 
Murphy Jeremiah, tailor, house 99 Kinnard 
Murphy Johanna, widow of James, house 151 Franklin 
Murphy John, boards 187 Dublin 
Murphy John, blacksmith, house 229 Franklin 
Murphy John, brass finisher, house 13 Hancock 
Murphy John, butcher, house Warren, near Porter 
Murphy John, teamster, house Montgomery, n. Spruce 
Murphy John, teamster, house 204 Green 
Murphy John, laborer, house Jackson, near Spruce 
Murphy John, paver, house 163 Franklin 
Murphy John, baker, house 46 Winter 
Murphy John, grocer, 109 Court, house do. 
Murphy John, hostler, house 22 Charles River 
Murphy John, butcher, house McCabe, near Cambridge 
Murphy John, laborer, house 32 Charles 
Murphy John, cooper, house Cambridge, n. Ninth 
Murphy John, brass finisher, house 57 Harvard 
Murphy John, laborer, house 132 Lechmere block 
Murphy John, laborer, house 10 North 
Murphy John, laborer, house 3 Tuttle 
Murphy John, blacksmith, house 1 Foster 
Murphy John A. carpenter, house Antrim, n. Broadway 
Murphy John D. teamster, house Antrim, near Broadway 
Murphy John H. moulder, house 8 Pine 
Murphy Kate, widow, house Short, near L. R. R. 
Murphy Martin, laborer, house 124 Spruce 
Murphy Mary Mrs. house 63 North 
Murphy Mary, widow of Henry, house 103 Spruce 
Murphy Matthew, cabinet maker, Doe & Hunnewell's, 

Gore, house 102 Cambridge 
Murphy Matthew, clerk (B.), house 10 Eighth 
Murphy Michael, laborer, house 6 Short 
Murphy Michael, grocer, house 49 Reed 
Murphy Michael, laborer, house 84 Fifth 
Murphy Michael, laborer, bds. 68 Brighton 
Murphy Michael, laborer, house 186 Bridge 
Murphy Michael, laborer, house 277 Cambridge 
Murphy Michael H. gardener, house 247 Franklin 
Murphy Patrick, blacksmith, house Hunting, n. Cambridge 
Murphy Patrick, laborer, house 15 Sparks 

No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 Main street, Cambridge port. 


Murphy Patrick, picture pedler, bds. 122 Spring 
Murphy Patrick, laborer, house 202 Bridge 
Murphy Patrick, laborer, house 31 Lambert 
Murphy Patrick A. glassmaker, house 52 Charles 
Murphy Peter P. cabinet maker, house 3 Union 
Murphy Philip, salesman, house 118 Brookline 
Murphy Pierce, laborer, house 154 Court 
Murphy Sarah, widow of Michael, house 23 Sargent 
Murphy Simon J. jr. student, Scientific school, rooms 14 

Appian way 
Murphy Thomas, laborer, house 122 Webster ave. 
Murphy Thomas, laborer, house 105 Fourth 
Murphy Thomas, laborer, house rear Gore, n*. Third 
Murphy Thomas, carpenter, house Cedar, n Spruce 
Murphy Thomas, stone mason, house Franklin, n. Bay 
Murphy Thomas, teamster, 127 Bridge, house 17]- Winter 
Murphy Thomas, glassmaker, house 17 Winter 
Murphy Thomas J. painter, house Bristol, n. Hampshire 
Murphy Timothy, helper, B. & L. R. R shop, h. at Boston 
Murphy Timothy, laborer, bds. 83 Broadway 
Murphy Timothy, laborer, house 37 Gore 
Murphy Timothy, laborer, boards 13 Lambert 
Murphy William, laborer, house 151 Franklin 
Murphy William, at 174 Broadway, h. at Somerville 
Murphy William, painter, house 12 Third 
Murphy William J. harness maker, 6 Cambridge, house at 

Murphy William J. metal worker (7 Green, B.), house 9 


Murphy , brick mason, house 10 Antrim 

Murr Frederick, turner, house 150 Spring 
Murray Bridget Mrs. house rear 126 Brookline 
Murray Dennis J. gardener, house Short, n. Bridge 
Murray Elizabeth Mrs. house 131 Spring 
Murray Felix, pipe-fitter, house 49 Sixth 
Murray Geo. machinist, house 359 Main 
Murray George jr. machinist, house Gilpin, near Main 
Murray Henry, pattern maker, house 29 Pleasant 
Murray James, J)oiler maker, house 28 Dock 
Murray James E. policeman, house rear 96 Gore 
Murray John, laborer, bds. Bridge, opp. Mansion House 
Murray John, laborer, house rear 34 Gore 
Murray John F. special police, house 6 Fourth 
Murray John H. harness-maker, boards 104 Main 
Murray Julia, widow of Thomas, house 184 Bridge 
Murray Mary, widow of Timothy, house 185 Norfolk 
Murray Patrick, laborer, house 6 Fourth 
Murray Peter, laborer, house rear 52 Charles 

CHILDREN'S BOOTS a Specialty. C. D. WILDER, 557 Main 
street, CambrJdgeport. 


Murray Thomas, clerk, Fitchburg R. R. Co. house 5 Har- 
rison ave. 
Murray Thomas, teamster, 60 North 

Murray Thomas, waiter, 135 Main, boards do. [Boston 
Murray William, hair- dresser, Cambridge, cor. First, h. at 
Murry Thomas, waiter, 135 Main, boards do. 
Murtigh Charles, clerk, boards 110 Spring [Washington 
Mushet James A. confectioner, 361^ Main, house rear 63 
Muzzey Artemas B. clergyman, house 140 Brattle 
Muzzey George E. driver, Hose 4, h. 14 Coggswell ave. 
Muzzey Henry W. lawyer (7 Court square, B.), house 

Coolidge ave. near Mt. Auburn 
M} r er August, baker, house 202 Cambridge 
Myer Nicholas, laborer, house 204 Cambridge 
Myers Godfrey, saloon, 56 Cambridge, house do. 
Myers James J. law student, H. U. rooms 13 Little's bl'k 
Myers John J. varnisher, house 103 Webster ave. 
Myers, see also Maiers 
Myles Thomas, clerk, boards 109 Walnut 
Myrick James F. tinplate worker, house 50 Mills 
Myrick Orin D. student, H. U. rooms 10 Holworthy 

NAGLE GARRETT, harness cleaner, house Bay, corner 

Nagle John, spring bed maker, boards Bay, near Green 
Nagle John, teamster, house North, near Short 
Nash George, sewing machines and agent for Buttrick's 

patterns, 541 Main, house 8 Cottage 
Nash Mary E. widow of Gilbert M. house 16 Hamilton 
Nash Samuel, tailor (149 Court, B.), house 63 Prospect 
Nash Samuel, millwright, house 39 Baldwin 
Nason George O. vegetable pedler, house 5 Leighton ct. 
Nason Mary E. teacher, Thorndike Grammar school, bds. 

69 Spring 
Nason Rufus W. student, H. U. rooms 53 Weld 
Natale Emma Mrs. house 32 Harvard 
National City Bank of Cambridge, 553 Main 
Naughton John, painter, boards 102 Kinnard 
Naughton Michael jr. tinsmith, house 102 Kinnard 
Naughton Michael, laborer, house 102 Kinnard 
Naumann Jacob, confectioner, house 19 Green 
Nay Frank T. book-keeper (61 Quincy Market, B.), house 

103 Otis [and 25 Haymarket square, h. 35 Inman 
Nay Isaac A. (Nay & Dodge), provision dealer, 655 Main 
Nay Mary J. widow of Samuel F. house 127 Prospect 
Nay & Dodge (Isaac A. Nay and William H. Dodge), 

provisions, 655 Main and 25 Haymarket square 
Neal Theodore, printer, house over 434 Cambridge 

ROBERT BACON & CO., Office 440 Main street, C ambridgeport. 
Manufacturers of Fine Shirts to order. 


Neal Theo. A. hairdresser, 574 Main, house 28 Tremont 
Neale Addison M. cabinet-maker, boards 109 Pearl 
Neale Felix, laborer, house rear 25 Crane 
Neale Nathaniel, mason, house 109 Pearl 
Neale Nathaniel M. mason, boards rear 109 Pearl 
Nealey Charles, machinist, boards 416 Main 
Nealey James D. machinst, boards 416 Main [Auburn 
Nealley A. Grafton, conductor, U. R. Co. boards 156 Mt. 
Nealley Hattie T. Miss, teacher Washington Grammar 

school, boards 353 Harvard 
Needham Almira P. Miss, house 47 Garden 
Neilon Maria, widow of Bartholomew, house 10 Fourth 
Neilson N. J. in Boston rolling mill, Portland 
Neligan Joanna, widow of Maurice, house Montgomery, 

near Spruce 
Neligan Patrick, merchant tailor, 533 Main, house Port- 
land, near Main 
Neligan Thomas, laborer, house 163 Dublin 
Nelligan David, grave-digger, house 84 Spruce 
Nelligan David, stereot) pe finisher, boards 44 Foster 
Nelligan John F-. carpenter, boards 44 Foster 
Nelligan Maurice, laborer, house Montgomery, n. Spruce 
Nelligan Patrick H. marble-cutter, boards 44 Foster 
Nelligan Peter, carpenter, house 44 Foster 
Nelligan Peter F. plumber, boards 44 Foster 
Nelligan Richard, laborer, boards 163 Dnblin 
Nelson Augustus W. stair-builder, (27 Beverly, B.), h. 

40 Seventh 
Nelson Edward B. student, H. U. rooms 11 Dolton's bl'k 
Nelson Horace, foreman (29 India, B.), house 4 Gore pi. 
Nelson James, cabinet maker, house 105 Gore 
Nelson James, asst. store-keeper (Boston Custom House, 

B.), house 45 Sixth 
Nelson James, moulder, house Elm, near Cambridge 
Nelson James, printer, house 71 Inman 
Nelson John, glass-cutter, house 45 Sixth 
Nelson Peter, glass-cutter, boards 43 Sixth 
Nelson Thomas, laborer, boards North ave. n. Tannery 
Nelson William, joiner, house 57 Inman 
Nesbitt James W. carpenter, boards 7 Douglass 
Nesbitt Janet Mrs. nurse, house 22 Sixth 
Nesbitt John, carpenter, house 109 Sparks 
Nesbitt John jr. carpenter, boards 109 Sparks 
Nesbitt Robert B. carpenter, boards 109'Sparks 
Nesdel Catherine, widow, house 17 Washington 
Nesdel Thomas, teamster, boards 17 Washington 
Netz John, cabinet maker, house 57 Charles 
Neuffer Charles, hairdresser, house 8 Hastings 

J. FORD «fc SON, Harvard Square, have every facility for doing 
general job printing. 


Neuffer Fred, blacksmith, house 8 Hastings 
Neville William, teamster, house 87 Harvard 
Nevin Honora, widow of Patrick, house 161 Otis 
Nevin Philip, laborer, house 18 Railroad 
Nevons Hiram, paver, house 254 Broadway 
New Peter, varnisher, boards 22 Sixth 
Newbury Arthur St. John, student, H. U. rooms 49 Weld 
Newcomb Charles F. car-conductor, rooms 25 Mt. Auburn 
Newcomb Charles S. carpenter, house 12 Gardner 
Newcomb Isaac B. fish dealer, house 1 Village 
Newcomb John C. cabinet maker, bds. 21 Brooks 
Newcomb Samuel N. foreman, Beal & Hooper's, Cam- 
bridge, house at Somerville [21 Coggswell ave. 
Newcomb Thomas G. bookkeeper (26 Federal, B.), house 
Newcomb William A. carpenter, house 140 Hampshire 
Newell Charles A. bookkeeper (B.), bds. 16 Fayette 
Newell Charles S. clerk (B.). house 16 Fayette 
Newell James S. bds. 16 Fayette 
Newell John, painter, boards 45 Brookline 
Newell Mary W. widow of Timothy, house 8 Day 
Newell Richard, painter, house 45 Brookline 
Newell Robert R. counsellor (13 Pemberton sq. B.), bds. 
20 Berkeley [Fayette 
Newell Washington Allston, wool broker (B.), bds. 16 
Newell William, clergyman, Louse 20 Berkeley 
New England Chemical Company, 23 Main 
New England Glass Co., North street, East Cambridge 

(Boston office, 7 Federal), W. L. Libbey, agent 
Newgent Thomas G. cutter (Macullar, Williams & Parker, 
B.), house 10 Short [house 15 Roseland 

Newhall Charles jr. provisions (4 Blackstone market, B.), 
Newhall Charles H. physician, bds. 7 Shepard 
Newhall Ebenezer Rev. house 7 Shepard 
Newman Edward B. glass cutter, house 70 Gore [26 Park 
Newman Henry, foreman, G. Woods & Co. 624 Main, h. 
Newman John, varnisher, bds. P. Newman's, Gore 
Newman John B. porter (B.), house 24 Fifth 
Newman Joseph, laborer, house 109 Gore 
Newman Joseph F. glass cutter, house 109 Gore 
Newman Michael, teamster, house McCabe, n. Cambridge 
Newman Patrick, teamster, house Gore, near Fifth 
Newman Stephen I. organ maker, house 11 Fremont 
Newman Thos. laborer, house 97 Elm 
Newman Velina, widow of Charles, bds. 11 Wendell 
Newman William F. cabinet maker, house 42 Winter 
Newmarch Joseph, baker, 151 Harvard, h. 149 Harvard 
Newton Henry F. signal-man, G. J. R. R. house Chest- 
nut, near Sydney 

J. S. SAWYER, GRAVEL ROOFING, No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 
Main Street, Cambridgeport. 


Newton P. A. carpenter, boards 157 Prospect 
Newton Richard C. student, H. U. rooms 43 College 
Newton Warren F. horse car conductor, bds. 89 Tremont 
Nichols Charles E. carpenter, house 23 Mill 
Nichols Curtis C. sec. (Five Cent Savings Bank, 38 
School, B.), house Magazine, cor. Franklin [vard 
Nichols David L. butter and cheese (B), bds. 324 Har- 
Nichols Edward T. melodeon maker, h. 40 Columbia 
Nichols Frederick W. car driver, bds. 12 Dunster 
Nichols Geo. cabinet maker, house 75 Gore 
Nichols George, editor, house 159 Brattle [h. do. 

Nichols H. C. apothecary, Stratton's blk. 169 Cambridge, 
Nichols Henry G. student, H. U. rooms 3 Stou^hton 
Nichols Horace H. clerk (B.), house 3 Chestnut pi. 
Nichols Ichabod Mrs house 33 Kirkland 
Nichols John, cabinet maker, boards 75 Gore 
Nichols John C. clerk, boards 52 P( arl 
Nichols John T. G. physician, office 63 Brattle, house do. 
Nichols John W. T. superintendent woolen dept. (Ander- 
son, Heath & Co. B.), bds. 159 Brattle 
Nichols Samuel V. carpenter, house 25 Mill 
Nichols Sarah S. widow of Thos. P. house 59 £ Franklin 
Nichols Stephen, laborer, house 72 Harvard 
Nichols William I. student, H. U. bds. 33 Kirkland 
Nicholson Andrew, expressman (B.), bds. 21 Franklin 
Nicholson C. Mcllvaine, student, Ep. Theo. seminary, 

126 Brattle 
Nicholson Frances, widow of Chas. house 62 Broadway 
Nicholsou Hector, wines and liquors (162 Commercial, 

B.), house 146 Pearl 
Nicholson Mary, widow of John, house 20 Dublin 
Nicholson Sylvanus, express (B.), house 21 Franklin 
Nickelson Wm. engineer, house 6 Village 
Nickerson Carlos P. millman, F. Geldowsky, h. at Boston 
Nickerson Freeman, book-keeper (27 Court, B.), h. Mead 
Nickerson George A. student, H. U. rooms 22 Weld 
Nickerson I. Frank, carpenter, house 69. Moore 
Nickerson Seth L. boots and shoes, 537 Main, house 78 

Nicol James, oyster lunch room, 122 Cambridge, h. 76 Gore 
Nicol John F. cabinet maker, boards 75 Gore 
Nihan Daniel, laborer, house 52 Charles 
Nihan Thos. laborer, house 6 North 

Nihen Frank, teamster, house 26 Bridge [n. Walden 

Niles John B. printer (30 Kilby, B.), house Mt. Pleasant, 
Niies Nathaniel, printer (30 Kilby, B.), house Mt. Pleas- 
ant, near Walden 
Niles W. Harmon, naturalist, bds. 416 Harvard 

street, Cambridgeport. 


Nilligan Patrick, tailor, house Portland, near Main 

Nixon Alexander, pedler, house Rideout 

Nixon Edward, laborer, house Valentine, near Pearl 

Nixon George, laborer, Mt. Auburn, house 18 Rice pi. 

Nixon John, grocer, Jefferson, n. Warren, house do. 

Nixon Mary Mrs. house 23 Magazine 

Nixon Samuel, hostler, 11 Appian way, boards do. 

Nixon Wm. grocer, Cambridge, cor. McCabe, house do. 

Noble David A. mason, house 8 Tremont 

Noble George W. C. private school-teacher (40 Winter, 

B.), house 21 Concord ave. 
Noble Stephen, cooper, boards 186 Gore 
Noera Francis, jeweller, house Charles, near Fifth 
N( era Joseph, hairdresser, 390 Cambridge, h. 97 Charles 
Noera Vincent, house Charles, near Fifth [Boston 

Nolan Daniel J. frame finisher, Woodbury & Co. house at 
Nolan Deborah D. widow of Matthew, house 9 Everett pi. 
Nolan Edward J. glass-worker, house 103 Spring 
Nolan James, carrier, Appleton Hubbard, h 47 Sacramento 
Nolan John, expressman, house 156 Green [place 

Nolan Michael, in (Navy Yard, Charlestown), h. Willow 
Nolan Michael, currier, house 76 Spruce 
Nolan Patrick, laborer, boards Lambert, n. Cambridge 
Nolan Thomas, gardener, house 18 Irving place 
Nolan Thomas, laborer, house 108 Third 
Nolan Thomas, gardener, house 9 Eliot 
Nolen Thos. paper hanger and painter, house Lambert, 

near Cambridge 
Noonan Abbie, widow of Dennis, house 31 Dunster 
Noonan Jeremiah, laborer, boards 31 Dunster 
Noonan Mary, widow of Jeremiah, house 61 Brattle 
Noonan Patrick, hostler, house 221 Franklin 
Noonan Patrick, cabinet maker, house 47 Reed 
Noonan Thomas, machinist, B & L. R. R. shop, house 10 

Hancock [way 

Norcross Grenville H student, H. U rooms 10 Appian 
Norcross Hiram, private coachman (B.), h. 32 Magazine 
Norcross Horace B. clerk, (B.) house 32 Magazine 
Norcross William R. crockery, etc. (18 Merchants row, 

B.), house 34 Kirkland 
Normans Thomas H. painter (Harrison avenue, B.), 

house Lechmere building 
Norris Albert (A. Norris & Co ), carpenter, Western 

avenue, house 34 Western avenue [h. do. 

Norris Albert L. physician and surgeon, 152 Cambridge, 
Norris Alex, coal and Avood, 443 Main, house Washington, 

nt ar Harrison 
Norris Charles A. carpenter, boards 19 Baldwin 

GEO. 15. JAMES & CO . Lumber, Wharves, junction Bridge 
and Cambridge streets, Etst. Cambridge* Boston office It State 
street. Spruce frames sawed to order. 


Norris Elizabeth, widow of Thomas E. B. house 21 Sixth 
Norris James D. book-keeper, 6 Harvard row, h. 18 Mason 
Norris Jennie Miss, school-teacher, bds. SQ Cambridge 
Norris John E. milkman, house 57 Pleasant 
Norris Nahum F. piano-forte key maker, h. 106 Windsor 
Norris Wm. A. laborer, house 52 Washington 
Norris Wm. H. T. carpenter, house 31 Pleasant 
North Avenue Savings Bank, North ave. n. Poter's Hotel 
North Cambridge P. O , North ave. opp. R. R. depot 
Norton Edward H. soap-manuf. Windsor, junction Web- 
ster ave. house 128 Windsor 
Norton Fanny, widow, house 172 Franklin 
Norton Michael, house 25 North avenue 
Norton Roger, laborer, house 7 Fourth 
NORVAL CHARLES, stucco worker, basement, 508 

Main, house 23 Sydney 
Nott Richard, laborer, house 16 Madison 
Nourse Benjamin F. (Champlin, Lemon & Co.), livery sta- 
ble, house 5 Kinnard 
Nourse Benj. F. jr. clerk, 12 Haymarket sq. h. 5 Kinnard 
Nowell Eliza C. Mrs. house 1 Fremont 
Nowell Francis S. carpenter, h. Chestnut, cor. Acorn 
Nowell James A. discount clerk (Second National Bank, 

B.), boards 40 Inman 
Nowell Joseph S. clerk (B ), boards 40 Inman 
Nowell Sarah J. widow of James, house 40 Inman 
Nowers Alfred W. house Norfolk, near Main 
Noyes Carrie F. Miss, teacher, Gore Primary school, bds. 

123 Prospect 
Noyes Charles, teamster, boards 5 Second st. court 
Noyes Charles C. salesman (Jordan, Marsh & Co., B.), 
boards 861 Main [Cambridge 

Noyes Chas. D. carpenter, B. & L. R. R. shop, boards 35 
Noyes Claudius A. (Noyes & Jenkins), lightning rods, 

120 Green, house 861 Main 
Noyes David W. salesman (Jordan, Marsh & Co., B.), h. 
861 Main [Bristol 

Noyes Edwin B. teamster, bds. Eliphalet S. Noyes*, 
Noyes Eliphalet S. machinist, h. Bristol, n. Hampshire 
NOYES GEO. E. L. dentist, Henderson's block, North 

ave. boards Porter's Hotel 
Noyes George R. Mrs. house 23 North avenue 
Noyes George W. mason, h. Banks, near Mt. Auburn 
Noyes Joseph, driver, cracker wagon, boards 500 Main 
Noyes Lina L. wid. of James, boarding house, 23 Wheat- 
land block, Cambridge 
Noyes Samuel, clothing (B.),h. 123 Prospect 
Noyes Samuel jr. clerk (B.), boards 8 Norfolk 

J. FORD & SON, Harvard Square, print cards, and all other 
kinds of printing. 


Noyes & Jenkins (Claudius A. Noyes and Samuel Jen- 
kins), lightning-rods, 120 Green 
Nudd Chas. H. painter, house 24 East 
Nudd Jacob, cement manuf. house 39 Williams 
Nugent Bernard F. packer, h. Webster ave. n. Somerville 
Nugent Michael, organ tuner, h. Murdock, n. Hampshire 
Nugent Patrick, house 65 Spring 
Nugent Thomas, laborer, house rear 27 Vine 
Nulbert John, laborer, boards rear 159 Broadway- 
Nurse Gilbert, house Harvard, cor. Clark 
Nutter Abbie R. Mrs. dressmaker, house rear 110 Main 
Nutter Sarah, widow, house 74 Harvard 
Nutting Eliza S. wid. of John, boards 20 Tremont 
Nutting Ephraim M. carriage painter, Palmer, boards 6 

Holyoke place 
Nutting James L. pilot, house Third, corner Gore 
Nutting Jonathan D. hardware, 454 Main, house 57 

Nutting Leander J. cabinet maker, house 140 Hampshire 
Nutting Philip P. (P. Nutting & Co.), blacksmith, Pal- 
mer, house Gardner place 
Nutting P. & Co. (Philip Nutting and Joel H. Prescott), 

blacksmiths and wheelwrights, Palmer 
Nye Alanson, house 90 Prospect 
Nye Mary J. Mrs. house 1 Austin place 
Nyhan Daniel, laborer, house 131 Court 

OAKES GEORGE, brass finisher, house Willow place, n. 

Oakes George H. salesman (43 Wash. B.), h. 467 Main 
Oakes Henry, carpenter, boards 30 Fourth 
Oakey John, laborer, house 29 Harvard 
Obery Alphonse, tinsmith, house Jefferson, n. Rideout 
Obery Joseph, polisher, house 25 Sixth 
O'Brien Agnes J. widow of Thomas J. h. 132 Pleasant 
O'Brien Andrew, photographer, h. Norfolk, c. Hampshire 
O'Brien Ann, widow, house 51 Clark 
O'Brien Bernard, mason, house 35 Winter 
O'Brien Bernard, glass-cutter, house 5 Lincoln 
O'Brien Cornelius, laborer, house 50 Spring 
O'Brien Cornelius, laborer, house Lechmere place 
O'Brien Daniel, laborer, house 236 Bridge 
O'Brien Daniel, mason, house 63 Cedar 
O'Brien Dennis, laborer, house 55 North 
O'Brien Dennis, laborer, house 431 Cambridge 
O'Brien Edmund, laborer, house 4 Porter 
O'Brien Edmund jr. machinist, bds. 4 Porter 
O'Brien Edward B. upholsterer, house 86 Sparks 

I¥o. 1 Hyde's BJock, «03 Main street, Carabridgeport. 


O'Brien Ellen, widow of Dennis, house 20 Lambert 
O'Brien Grace, widow of James, house 35 Winter 
O'Brien Hugh J. flagman, house 271 Main 
O'Brien James, salesman, bds. 5 Soden 
O'Brien James, teamster, house 65 Spruce 
O'Brien James, grocer, Winthrop, near Dunster, h. do. 
O'Brien James, laborer, house 86 Sparks 
O'Brien James F. brass finisher, house rear 124 Brookline 
O'Brien James H. carpenter, house 382 Cambridge 
O'Brien James H. carpenter, house 15 Winter 
O'Brien James M. bookbinder, boards 14 Webster 
O'Brien James S. cabinet maker, house 6 Winter 
O'Brien Jeffrey, laborer, house 1 1 Wyeth 
O'Brien John, laborer, house 26 Washington 
O'Brien John, laborer, house Conlon's court, Third 
O'Brien John, stone-cutter, house 46 Dock 
O'Brien John, painter, house 24 Jay 
O'Brien John, carpenter, house 190 Green 
O'Brien John, laborer, house 248 Franklin 
O'Brien John F. gardener, bds. 88 Sparks 
O'Brien Michael, laborer, bds. James O'Brien's, Winthrop 
O'Brien Michael, laborer, house 8 Conlon's court 
O'Brien Michael, stone-cutter, house 46 Dock 
O'Brien Patrick, carpenter, boards 12 Dunster 
O'Brien Patrick, laborer, house 88 Sparks 
O'Brien Patrick, laborer, boards 11 Cedar 
O'Brien Patrick, laborer, house 191 Dublin 
O'Brien Patrick, tailor (34 School, B.), h. 118 Columbia 
O'Brien Thomas, laborer, house 190 Green 
O'Brien Timothy, house 19 Gerry 
O'Brien Timothy, laborer, house 8 Short 
O'Brien William, grocer, Harvey, near Cedar, house do. 
O'Brien William S. cabinet maker, house 48 Union 
O'Bryan John F. plumber (Arlington), h. 3 Chapman pi. 
Obst Augustine, cabinet maker, house 38 Howard 
Obst Henr3 r , baker, house 57 Gore 

O'Callaghan James S. student, H. U. rooms 6 Stoughton 
O'Connell Alice Mrs. house Harvey, opp Clay 
O'Connell Andrew, laborer, house 125 Court 
O'Connell Anthony, cabinet maker, house 32 Charles 
O'Connell Callahan, laborer, house 9 Railroad 
O'Connell Daniel, dry goods, 219 North ave. house do. 
O'Connell Daniel, laborer, house 15 Railroad 
O'Connell James, baker, house 122 Elm 
O'Connell James Mrs. house 26 Vine 
O'Connell Jeremiah, laborer, house Warren, cor. Porter 
O'Connell Margaret, widow of Patrick, house Linnehan's 
block, Third 

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O'Connell Michael, laborer, house 129 Dublin 
O'Connell Michael, laborer, house 199 Norfolk 
O'Connell Patrick, tailor, 621 Main, house 22 Short 
O'Connell William, laborer, house 31 Rice 
O'Conner Ann, widow of William, house 35 Sargent 
O'Conner CorDelius, farmer, house 76 Spruce 
O'Conner Cornelius, laborer, house 7 Dyke 
O'Conner Cornelius, laborer, house 128 Webster ave. 
O'Conner Daniel F. glass-blower, bds. 143 Bridge 
O'Conner Ellen, widow of Peter, house 143 Bridge 
O'Conner James, gardener, house 257 Franklin 
O'Conner James, carver (Charlestown), house 96 Gore 
O'Conner Jeremiah, laborer, house 79 Brighton [Walden 
O'Conner John, laborer, house n. Concord avenue, above 
O'Conner Joseph, laborer, house Clifton, near Spruce 
O'Conner Mary, widow of Michael, grocer, h. 108 Spruce 
O'Conner Michael A. musician, bds. 143 Bridge 
O'Conner Thomas W. cabinet maker (B.), h. 247 Broadway 
O'Conner Timothy, laborer, house 32 Sparks 
O'Conner Timothy, laborer, house Porter, near Warren 
O'Conner William, laborer, house 83 Spruce 
O'Conners Mary, widow, house 93 Webster ave. 
O'Connor Charles, cabinet maker, house 247 Broadway 
O'Connor Jeremiah, laborer, house Harvard, n. G. J. R. R. 
O'Connor Martin, mason, house 11 School [place 

O'Connor Maurice R.clerk, 13 Harvard row, bds. 7 Everett 
O'Connor Maurice T. gardener, house 36 Ellery 
O'Connor Morris, laborer, boards 118 Harvard 
O'Connor Patrick, laborer, house Jackson, near Spruce 
O'Connor Patrick, laborer, house 65 Spruce 
O'Connor Patrick, laborer, house 11 Sparks 
O'Connor Patrick, laborer, house 167 Franklin 
O'Connor Patrick, stone cutter, boards 21 Harvard 
O'Connor Patrick, tailor, house 22 Short 
O'Connor Sarah, widow of Maurice, house 31 Bow 
O'Connor Timothy, laborer, house 20 Sparks 
O'Connors Dennis, laborer, bds. 21 Harvard 
O'Connors Jeremiah, bacon curer, house 128 Webster ave. 
O'Connors Jeremiah, laborer, house 49 Harvard 
O'Connors Patrick, laborer, bds. 21 Harvard 
Odiorne Frederick, varnish manufactory (65 Commercial, 

B.), house 287 Harvard 
Odiorne Thomas, house 3 Ellsworth avenue 
Odiorne William H. house 287 Harvard 
O'Donnell James, blacksmith, house McCabe, n. Cambridge 
O'DONNELL JAMES, pictures, etc. 115 Cambridge, 

house 353 do. 
O'Donnell Jeremiah, tailor, house 12 Pine 

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O'Donnell John, merchant (162 Broad, B.), house 233 

O'Donnell John H. tin-plate worker, bds. 353 Cambridge 
O'Donnell Patrick, glassmaker, bds. 411 Cambridge 
O'Donnell Peter, laborer, bouse 17 Crane 
O'Donnell William, laborer, boards 17 Crane 
Offinger Charles, cabinet maker, house 4 Portland 
Ogle Thomas M porter, house 46 Hastings 
O'Grady Christopher, shoemaker (Court, B.), house 136 

O'Hare Ellen, widow of Henry, house 86 Sparks 
O'Haire Patrick, plasterer, house Reed, near Belmont 
O'Hara John, laborer, house rear 78 Brighton 
O'Hara John, boards 49 Cedar 
O'Hara John jr. butcher, house 49 Cedar 
O'Hara Peter, tailor, house 35 Hampshire 
O'Hara Rose, widow of Edward, house 195 Spruce 
O'Hara Thomas, laborer, house Jefferson, near Warren 
O'Hara Thomas, laborer, house Sydney, near Allston 
O'Hearn Daniel, plasterer, house 15 Hancock 
O'Hearn Dennis, laborer, house 200 Dublin 
O'Hearn Joanna, widow of Timothy, house 28 Sparks 
O'Hearn John, laborer, house 76 Elm 
O'Hearn Mary, widow, house 15 Hancock 
O'Hearn Maurice, gardener, house 149 Dublin 
O'Hearn Maurice, watchman, house rear 170 Gore 
O'Hearn Michael, gardener, house 13 Foster 
O'Hearn Michael, laborer, house Elm, near Cambridge 
O'Hearn Thomas, marble-polisher, h. Rideout, n. Porter 
O'Hearn Timotlry, laborer, house 85 Spruce 
O'Henley Daniel, cooper, house 323 Cambridge 
O'Keefe Arthur, harness-maker, house East Perry, n. Pearl 
O'Keefe Furgus, works at Adeline Treadwell's, 29 Con- 
cord ave. 
O'Keefe Patrick, currier, house 70 Spruce 
O'Leary Bartholomew, ale, beer, etc. 446 Harvard, bds. 

3 Symond's block 
O'Leary John, carpenter, house 195 Dublin 
O'Leary Thomas, carpenter, house Jefferson, n. Warren 
Oliphant Robert H. student, H. U. rooms 20 Matthews 
Oliver Antonio R. cabinet maker, house Vine 
Oliver Antoine, cabinet maker, house 90 Third 
Oliver David M/ provision dealer (26 Quincy Market, B.), 

house 423 Broadway 
Oliver Frank, carpenter, boards 13 River 
Oliver George P. piano-forte maker, house 1C8 Norfolk 
Oliver Goo, oil finisher, boards 108 Cambridge 
Oliver Hubbard, harness-maker (B.), house 111 Prospect 

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Oliver John jr. supt. Beal & Hooper's furniture manufac- 
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Oliver Robert H. carpenter, house Warren, n. Cambridge 
Oliver Sarah H. widow of David, house 6 North ave. 
Olmstead James M. student, H. U. rooms 5 Thayer 
Olmsted John B. student, H. U. rooms 56 Matthews 
Olmstead Susan H. Mrs. house 70 Dana 
O'Loughlin John, shoemaker, house 52 North 
Olsen Charles, glass-cutter (State, B.), house 6 Holly 
Olson Ens, oil-rubber, boards 123 Spring 
Olson Jonas, grainer, Bridge, cor. Third, h. 41 Tremont 
Olson Lars, laborer, house 25 Wheatland bl'k, Cambridge 
O'Mahaney Timothy, teamster, house Cambridge 
O'Neal Patrick, laborer, house 26 North 
O'Neil Andrew, laborer, house 152 Bridge 
O'Neil Arthur, cabinet maker, house 42 Montgomery 
O'Neil Daniel, farmer, house North ave. near Tannery 
O'Neil James, laborer, house 73 Hastings 
O'Neil Jeremiah, laborer, house 3 Hannum's block 
O'Neil John, carpenter, boards Mansion House, Gore 
O'Neil John, laborer, house 15 Tuttle 
O'Neil Michael, laborer, house 14 Railroad 
O'Neil Patrick, stone-cutter, house 56 Broadway 
O'Neil Thomas, teamster, house 191 Broadway 
O'Neil Walter, laborer, house 102 Third 
O'Neil William, laborer, boards 3 Oak 
O'Neil William, laborer, house Amory 
O'Neil William, coachman, boards 119 Prospect 
O'Neil William, carpenter, boards 287 Cambridge 
O'Neill James, watchman, L. R. R. house 17 Fifth 
O'Neill John, ale, beer, etc., 16 Brattle, house 19 Sp'arks 

street place 
O'Neill John, grocer, 24 Vine, house do. 
O'Neill Peter, stone-cutter, house 1 Court [perthwait 

O'Neill Samuel O. baker, William Wright, house 37 Cow- 
O'Neill Michael B. shipping-clerk, boards 17 Fifth 
Orcutt Alfred H. collector, house 148 Brookline 
Orcutt Henry J. mason, boards 41 Holyoke 
Orcutt Ira B. salesman (Washington, B.), h. 17 Webster 
Orcutt William A. bookbinder, house Putnam place, near 

Orcutt William H. bookbinder, house 13 Union 
Orcutt William H. law student, H. U. rooms 7 Weld Hall 
Orcutt John W. clerk, boards 148 Brookline 
Ordway Aaron, house 20 Worcester [Crane 

Ordway Augustus W. clerk, Orrin Hall, house Banks, cor. 
Ordway Herbert I. student, H. U. rooms 8 Holworthy 
O'Regan Daniel, cabinet maker, boards 23 Prospect 

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O'Reilley John, printer, house 5 Crane 

Onrass Charles, brass-finisher, boards 57 Gore 

O'Riley Thomas, laborer, house Rideout, near Cambridge 

Orne Albert, carpenter, boards Pleasant, cor. Auburn 

Orne Caroline F. Miss, librarian, Dana Library, house 49 

Orne Charles P. clerk, 493 Main, boards 495 do. 
Orne Joel S. apothecary, 493 Main, house 495 do. 
Orne John jr. teacher, physical department, High school, 

house 104 Ellery 
Orne Rufus H. bricklayer, house 3 Baldwin place 
O'Rouke Morris, laborer, house 11 Sargent 
Orpin Arthur, carpenter, boards 159 Thorndike 
Orvele Wallender, currier, house 229 North ave. 
Osborn Abner J. carpenter, house 95 Green 
Osborn Adolphus, soap and paper makers' supplies (25 

Central wharf, B.), house 141 Austin [34 do. 

Osborn Anna Maria, private school, rear 66 Norlolk, h. 
Osborn Dalphon (D. Osborn & Co.), planing-mill, State, 

house 135 Washington 
Osborn Eldorado, kindling-wood, house 20 Green 
Osborn Frank E. clerk, boards 135 Washington 
Osborn James D. (D. Osborn & Co.), planing-mill, State, 

boards 31 Bigelow [house 73 Walnut 

Osborn Jesse, messenger (Shawmut National Bank, B.), 
OSBORN D. & CO. (Dalphon and James D. Osborn), 

planing-mill, State, near Main 
Osborne Charles A. furniture, etc. (B.), house 31 Kinnard 
Osborne Horace K. leather (42 India, B ), house 17 Lee 
Osborne James, compositor, boards 9 Charles River 
Osborne Louis S. student, H. U. rooms 9 Hollis 
Osborne Mary A. Mrs. house 35 Norfolk 
Osborne Mary F. Miss, house 95 Green 
Osborne Nancy, widow of Joseph, house 6 Williams 
Osgood Abbie A. Miss, house 729 Cambridge 
Osgood Clara C. Mrs. boards 729 Cambridge 
Osgood Edmund Q. S. student, H. U. rooms 67 College 
Osgood George, hats, caps and furs (183 Washington, 

B.), house 727 Cambridge [834 Main 

Osgood George M. post-master, Old Cambridge, house 
Osgood Howard L. student, H. U. rooms 387 Harvard 
Osgood Jacob N. provisions, 157 Harvard, house 236 

Broadway [729 Cambridge 

Osgood J. Gardner, clerk (183 Washington, B.), boards 
O'Shea Michael C. gardener, house 32 Charles 

O'Shea , cabinet maker, boards 41 Cedar 

Oswell Robert, stone cutter, bils. Pioneer, corner Main 
Otis Charles II. student, H. U. rooms 1 Hoi worthy 

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Otis George, conductor U. Horse R. R. bds. 18 Orchard 
Otis James K. cabinet maker (42 Chardon, B.), h. 103 

Otis Robert M. physician, 160 North avenue, house do. 
Otis Walter J. student, H U. rooms 37 Holyoke House 
Otis Wm. S. cabinet maker, house 33 Bigelow 
Otto John, machinist (B.), house 60 Harvard 
Otto Wm. varnisher, house 62 Harvard 
Outhwaite Charlotte Mrs. upholsteress, house Western 

avenue, corner Dana court 
Owen Daniel E. carpenter, boards 63 School 
Owen George, house 17 Ellsworth avenue 
Owen Geo. jr. artist (12 West,B.), h. Cambridge, c. Ellery 
Owen George C. clerk (B.), house 17 Ellsworth avenue 
Owen John, boards 17 Ellsworth avenue 
Owen Nathaniel, pattern maker, house 63 School 
Owen Nathaniel L. piano hammer coverer,bds. 63 School 
Owen William H. clerk, boards 63 School 
Owens Frank, in Boston Rolling mill, bds. 3 Portland 
Owens Hugh, mason, house 54 Fifth 
Owens James, laborer, house 3 Portland 
Owens James jr. in Boston rolling mill, bds, 3 Portland 
Owens John, Union Ice Co. yard, house at Charlestown 
Owler Frank, baker, boards 17 Main 
Owler William sr. printer, Riverside, boards 5 Brooks 
Owler Wm. jr. printer (Boston Daily Globe), h. 24 Sixth 
Oxford Charles W. (J. M. Oxford & Co.), furniture and 

kitchen furnishing goods, 529 Main, house at Wo- 

Oxford Joseph M. (J. M. Oxford & Co.), furniture and 

kitchen furnishing goods, 529 Main, h. 24 Cottage 
Oxford J. M. & Co. (Joseph M. and Charles W. Oxford), 

furniture and kitchen furnishing goods, 529 Main 

PACE JAMES, carpenter, house 22 Fourth 
Packard Almond, bds. Samuel Sennott's, Avon Hill 
Packard Alonzo (Packard & Burrill), brush-manuf. bds. 
101 Thorndike [near Prospect, 

Packard Alvin, carpenter, Broadway, n. Main, h. Gardner, 
Packard Chas. G. machinist, boards 39 Windsor 
Packard Emery J. carpenter, bds. Alvin Packard, Gardner 
Packard Frederick A. clerk (32 Cornhill, B ), boards Sam- 
uel Sennott's, Avon Hill [Kirkland 
Packard Frederick Mrs. boards Charles W. Munroe's, 
Packard Leonard H. carpenter, h. Gardner, n. Prospect 
Packard & Burrill (Alonzo Packard and Chas. O. Burrill), 
brush-manufacturers, 60 Cambridge and (33 Ex- 
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Packer Clinton M. (J. W. Packer & Co.), carpenter, bds. 

170 Brookline 
Packer James W. (J..W. Packer & Co.), builder, h. 170 

Packer James W. & Co. (Clinton M. and James W. Pack- 
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Packwood John, glass-cutter, house 94 Gore 
Paddock James, salesman (34 Broad, B.), h. 64 Sacramento 
Page Asa, book-keeper (13 City whf. B.) h. 37 Pleasant 
Page Carlos L. (Geo. G. Page & Co.), box-maker, Hamp- 
shire, June. Broadway, boards 84 Austin 
Page Geo. G. (Geo. G. Page & Co.), box-manufacturer, 

Broadwa} 7 , junc. Hampshire, h. 445 Cambridge 
Page Geo. G. & Co. (Geo. G. Page, Chas Gray, Ovando 
G. and Carlos L. Page), box-manufacturers, Hamp- 
shire, junction Broadway 
Page Gilman, box-maker, boards 83 Broadway 
Page Lemuel, flour (3 Commercial, B.), house 14 Dover 
Page Ovando G. (Geo. G. Page & Co.), box-maker, 

Hampshire, junc. Broad way, h. 141 Washington 
Page Paul T. house 115 Inman [21 Cottage 

Page Perkins C. produce dealer (24 Suffolk mkt. B.), h. 
Page Samuel, artist, boards 29 Everett 
Page Sarah H. Miss, private school, 29 Everett, bds. do. 
Page Susan G. widow of W. H. house 85 Brattle 
Page Wesley L. clerk, Geo. G. Page & Co. bds. 445 Cam- 
Page William, house 23 Lee 
Paige Lucius R. house 112 Washington 
Paine Chas. A. wood moulder, boards 7 Park 
Paine Chas H. clerk, boards 47 Windsor 
Paine Chas. M. optician (320 Wash. B.), h. 84 Washington 
Paine Frederick W. clerk, 150 Harvard, h. 84 Washington 
Paine Henry W. counsellor (32 Pemberton sq. B.), house 

66 Sparks 
Paine John K. instructor in music, H. U. h. 8 Frisbie pi. 
PAINE JOHN S. furniture (48 Canal, B.), h. 8 Dana 
Paine Robert E. hair-dresser, boards 81 Wendell 
Palfrey John G. author, house Oxford, opposite Everett 
Palmas Charles, laborer, house 96 Harvard 
Palmer George H. instructor in Philosophy and curator of 

the Gray engravings, H. U. bds. 2 Holmes place 
Palmer Granville, carpenter, Auburn, house 19 Bigelow 
Palmer James, clerk, boards 34 Broadway 
Palmer John, cutter (B.), house 34 Broadway 
Palmer John, grocer, Gore, cor. Second, house 86 Gore 
Palmer John K. physician, house 736 Main 

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Palmer Nancy C. Miss, house 89 Gore 

Palmer Samuel, drain-builder, house 173 Harvard 

Palmer Wm. H. ivory layer, Tower's, boards 37 Windsor 

Pancoast Charles W. book-keeper, house 28 Franklin 

Paris Eli, laborer, house 55 Hastings 

Parish John, overseer Star Brewery, Fifth, bds. (Wallack 

House, B.) 
Park Geo. W. lawyer (46 Court, B.), house 24 Arlington 
Parke Thos. baker, house 28 Watson 
Parke Thos. jr. baker, boards 28 Watson 
Parker Artemas, stone contractor, 43 Main, h. at Boston 
Parker Benjamin F. doors, sashes and blinds (9 and 10 

Charlestown, B.), house 24 Sacramento 
Parker Carlton Mrs. house 30 Tremont 
Parker Charlotte R. widow of John, house 46 Trowbridge 
Parker Daniel W. (L. C. Swett & Co.), furniture dealer, 

600 Main, house 132 Pearl 
Parker Edward C. compositor, boards 12 William 
Parker Edward E. student, H. U. rooms 40 College 
Parker Edward H. clerk (B.), bds. 30 Tremont 
Parker Eliza C. Miss, house 23 Garden 
Parker Ellen, widow of Thomas B. house 16 Farwell pi. 
Parker E. M. Miss, teacher, Thorndike Grammar school, 

bds. at Medford 
Parker Frank H. clerk (B.), bds. 30 Tremont 
Parker Fred. C. cigar maker, house 67 Brookline 
Parker George, butcher, boards 41 Cedar 
Parker George C. boards 30 Tremont 
Parker George E. brush-maker, house 89 Vine [89 Vine 
Parker George E. jr. machinist, B. & L. R. R. shop, bds. 
Parker Graham, cabinet maker, bds. 39 Windsor 
Parker Harold, student, H. U. rooms 46 Matthews 
Parker Horatio G. lawyer (46 Washington, B.), h. 6 Ash 
Parker James, glass-cutter, house 49 Fifth 
Parker James J. carpenter, bds. 10 Eliot 
Parker Joel, professor of law, house 5 Craigie 
Parker Lewis D. teamster, house 40 Spruce 
Parker Luther L. deputy sheriff and coroner, office Bank 

building, E. C. house 38 Second 
Parker Ruth Miss, boards 50 Brighton 
Parker Sanford A. confectioner (Sudbury, B.) h. 30 Sydney 
Parker Theodore Dehon, house 18 Garden 
Parker William, carver, boards 32 North Third 
Parkhill Samuel J. printer (3 Cornhill, B.), h. 10 Warland 
Parkhurst Charles F. painter, house 110 Tremont [bridge 
Parkhurst Geo. W. clerk, 168 Cambridge,' bds. 134 Cam- 
Parkinson Henry A. teamster, house 184 Windsor 
Parkinson Richard G. teamster, house rear 67 Moore 

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Parkman Henry, law student, H. U. rooms 40 Matthews 

Parks Charles, gas-fitter, boards 21 Front 
Parks James H. policeman, house 65 Norfolk 
Parks Jane, widow of James, house 58 Amory 
Parks John, bar tender, George E. Richardson, house 2 

Shepherd's blk. rear 10 Charles River 
Parks John, in Boston rolling mill, Portland 
Parks Wm. moulder, house 2 Dickinson 
Parmenter Ezra, bridge commissioner, house 37 Second 
Parmenter Wm. H. clerk, house 9 Tremont 
Parris Frank, carpenter, bds. 137 Otis 
Parry James, glass-cutter, house 7 Fifth [Ellsworth ave. 
Parsons Albert S. salesman, E. Dresser & Co. bds. 27 
Parsons Allen B. carpenter, Palmer, near Brattle, house 

35 Mellen [Walden, bds. Russell, n. North ave. 

Parsons Candace H. Miss, dressmaker, North ave. near 
Parsons Charles A. fish dealer, 288 North ave. bds. 41 

Parsons Charles H. carriage trimmer, bds. 41 Cedar 
Parsons George, mason, house 9 Auburn 
Parsons Harmond, carpenter, house Walden, cor. Mead 
Parsons Henry K. (Parsons & Stockwell), boarding and 

livery stable, 196 North ave. bds. 10 Russell 
Parsons John, student, H. U. rooms 52 Thayer 
Parsons Lucy S. widow of Lemuel S. house 373 Harvard 
Parsons Sylvanus M. cattle broker, house 10 Russell 
Parsons Theophilus, ex-professor of law, house 54 Garden 
Parsons Wm. printer (Milk, c. Federal, B.), h. 19 Brooks 
Parsons William H. student, H. U. rooms 373 Harvard 
Parsons & Stockwell (Henry K. Parsons and Fred. F. 

Stockwell), livery stable, 196 North ave. 
Partington Charles, mason, house 40 Broadway 
Partridge David, cabinet maker, bds. 39 Windsor 
Partridge John H. house 28 Wendell 
Partridge Polly, widow of Henry, house 9 Meacham 
Partridge Welcome L. ship-broker, house 88 Thorndike 
Pasco Chas. W. compositor (34 School, B.), h. 53 River 
Pasco John, clerk (110 Washington, B.), house 53 River 
Patch Charles A. {66 Congress, B.), bds. 269 Harvard 
Patch Charles R. oil dealer (7 Central wharf, B.), house 

269 Harvard 
Patch Francis E. carpenter, house rear 45 Norfolk 
Patch J. Albert, organ-key maker, bds. 53 Columbia 
Patch Matilda S. widow of J. M. house 4 Webster 
Patch Samuel, real estate broker, house 53 Columbia 
Patchett James, in Boston rolling mill, Portland 
Patt Julia, widow of Michael, house 200 Franklin 

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Pattee A. D. livery stable (260 Hanover, B.), house Wal- 
nut, cor. Brookline [bds. Walnut, cor. Brookline 
Pattee Charles H. attorney at law (Niles blk. School, B.), 
Pattee George D. livery stable (260 Hanover, B.), house 

Walnut, cor. Brookline 
Pattee James, mason, house rear 423 Cambridge 
Pattee James, hostler, Gore, cor. Bridge, bds. do. 
Patten John, laborer, house 125 Court 
Patten Nathaniel, carpenter, bds. 33 Bow 
Patten Thaddeus Dr. dentist, 104 Cambridge, house do. 
Patten William, carpenter, bds. 33 Bow 
Pattenson John, wood turner, house 123 Spring 
Patterson Albert, butcher, house 101 Webster ave. 
Patterson Flavel, last maker, 174 Broadway, boards 108 

Patterson George M. travelling agent, house 12 Fremont 
Patterson James, laoorer, house Spruce, near brickyard 
Patterson James L. workman, 10 Arrow, boards 69 Mt. 

Patterson John, stone-cutter, house rear 13 Vine 
Patterson Robert, carpenter, boards 39 Windsor 
Patterson Robert Mrs. house Spruce, near brickyard 
Patterson Thomas Mrs. house foot of Harvey 
Paul F. J. cigar maker, house rear 23 River 
Paul Henry S. carpenter and stairbuilder, 85 Brighton, h. 

15 Hilliard 
Paul Ivory C. cutter (85 Washington, B.), h. 41 Hamilton 
Paul Joseph F. student H. U. rooms 9 Dolton's block 
Pauline John, at Woodbury's moulding-mill, h. 41 Vine 
Paulson Charles (Paulson & Gaffigan), wheelwright, rear 

25 Gore, house 25 Wheatland block, Cambridge 
Paulson & Gaffigan (Charles Paulson and Edw. Gaffigan), 

blacksmiths and wheelwrights, rear 25 Gore 
Paxton James, confectioner, 175 Cambridge, house do. 
Paxton Thomas R. law student, rooms 45 Mt. Auburn 
Payne Charles W. mason, house 10 Jay 
Payne Robert C. clerk, 5 Broadway, boards 9 do. 

Payne , tinsmith, boards 9 Rockwell 

Payne, see also Paine 

Peabody Andrew P., Preacher to the University, and 
Plummer Professor of Christian Morals, H. U. house 
11 Quincy 
Peabody Elizabeth Miss, boards 19 Follen 
Peacock Joseph, teamster, boards 19 Squire's court 
Peacock Margaret, widow of John, house 35 Dunster 
Peak Howard F. tinsmith, house 860 Main 
Pear Charles M. grocer, house 17 Worcester 
Pear Edward, silversmith (7 Avery, B.), house 42 Essex 

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Pear Isaac S. (Pettingill & Pear), spring bed manufactu- 
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Pear John, undertaker, 28 Front, house do. 
Pear John S. grocer (Green, B.), house 17 Worcester 
Pear Joseph S. spring bed maker, house 28 Front 
Pear Thomas (Pear & Brother), jeweller (29 Avery, B.), 

house 20 Suffolk 
Pear William B. Mrs. house 104 Norfolk 
Pearce Albert, foreman brass-finishing shop, Walworth 

Manuf. Co. 368 Main, h. 13 Pine 
Pearce Frederick, brass-finisher, boards 13 Pine 
Pearson Alexander C. paper-hanger, house 519 Main 
Pearson Charles S. paper-hanger, house 125 Washington 
Pearson Frederick A. paper-hanger, house 519 Main 
Pearson John A. house 2 Temple 
Pearson John D. bookbinder, house 9 Sydney 
Pearson Legh R. printer, University Press, h. 878 Main 
Pearson Martha J. M. widow, house 113 Innian 
Pearson Nancy ¥ widow of Simon, house 12 Pleasant 
Pearson Thomas, cabinet maker, house 14 Washington ct. 
Pease Marshall C. law student, rooms 17 Dunster 
Pease Theodore C. student, H. U. rooms 60 Matthews 
Peatfield Charlts P. cabinet maker, boards 48 Broadway 
Peck William, machinist, house 2 Baldwin's court 
Peckham Cyrus T. student, H. U. rooms 4 Hollis 
Pedrick William Mrs. house 1 78 Hampshire 
Peirce Benjamin, Perkins professor of astronomy and 
mathematics, H. U. and supt. U. S. coast-survey, h. 
4 Kirkland place 
Peirce Benjamin O. (16 Kilby, B.), house 413 Broadway 
Peirce Benjamin O. jr. student, H. U. bds. 413 Broadway 
Peirce Calvin D. bookbinder, Riverside, h. at Brighton 
Peirce Charles S. chemist, and assistant in the Observa- 
tory, house 6 Arrow 
Peirce Charlotte E. Miss, house 4 Kirkland place 
Peirce Frank D. clerk, 126 Cambridge, h. 139 Thorndike 
Peirce James M. professor of mathematics, H. U. rooms 
47 Matthews Hall [Magazine 

Peirce Mary F. assistant teacher, High School, boards 91 
Peirce, see also Pierce 

Pelloquin Gilbert, engineer, Collins & Turner, house Con- 
cord avenue, near R. R. 
Peltier Joseph O. organ maker, house 101 Thorndike 
Peltier Lawrence, plasterer, house 19 Franklin 
Peltier Louis O. organ-maker, boards 101 Thorndike 
Pena Joseph B carpenter, house 2 Daye ave. 
Pendery Henry R. student, H. U. rooms 11 Dolton's bl'k 

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Pendlebury Peter Mrs. house Webster ave. near Windsor 
Pendexter Frances E. teacher, Gore primary school, bds. 80 

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Pendexter Susan M. teacher, Otis primary school, bds. 80 
Penndorff Francis, currier, house Tannery, n. North ave. 
Penhallow Charles S. student, H. U. rooms 49 Thayer 
Penka Frederick, boots and shoes, 161^- Broadway, h. do. 
Penka George, house 161£ Broadway [Second street ct. 
Pennell Ellington (Pennell & Young), hardware, etc. h. 4 
Pennell James F. clerk, 57 Cambridge, boards 4 Second 

street court [hardware, 57 Cambridge 

Pennell & Young (Ellington Pennell and Wm. F.Young), 
Penney Richard, farmer, house foot of Harvey, n. L. R. R. 
Penney Samuel S. driver, house 18 Union [Tannery 

Penney Thomas W. farmer, house 385 North ave. opp. 
Penniman Albert B. printer, house 229 Harvard 
Penniman Benjamin F. printer (3 Cornhill, B.), house r. 

73 Walnut 

Penniman Charles, tinsmith, house 100 Tremont 
Penniman Thomas J. (T. J. Penniman & Co.), sign and 

ornamental painter, 446 Main, house 9 State 
Penniman Thomas J. & Co. (T. J. Penniman), sign, orna- 
mental and carriage painter, 446 Main 
People's Union Store, 167 Bridge 

Pepper Rosanna, widow of Thomas, h. 74 Sacramento 
Pepper William, in Middlesex bleacbery (Somerville), bds. 

74 Sacramento 

Perham John jr. steam pipe and gas fitter (13 Bowker, B.), 
house 78 Columbia 

Perham Timothy W. machinist, h. Third, n. Cambridge 

Perkin Augustus M. painter, house 22 Windsor 

Perkins Albert F. (B.), boards 34 Hancock 

Perkins Chas. E. student, Scientific school,bds. 34 Hancock 

Perkins Charles P. clerk, 155 North ave. house do. 

Perkins Elisha K. cooper (Boston whf., So. Boston), h. 47 

Perkins Emma E. teacher, Allston grammar school, bds. 
34 Hancock 

Perkins Enoch W. carpenter, house 152 Prospect 

Perkins Henry J. leather (28 City wharf, B.), house Cam- 
bridge, cor. Ellsworth ave. 

Perkins Henry K. W. clergyman, house 34 Hancock 

Perkins James, clerk, boards 856 Main 

Perkins James A. collector, boards Walnut, c. Brookline 

Perkins James W. in Navy Yard (Chaiiestown), house 59 
Spring [Med ford 

Perkins John B. car-builder, B. & L. R. R. shop, h. at 

Perkins John K. furniture maker, boards 47 Pearl 

J. 8. SAWYER, GRAVEL ROOFING, No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 

Main St., Cambridge port. 


Perkins Levi, carpenter, 85 Brighton, house 7 Everett 
Perkins Seth, student, Scientific school,rm. 6 Charles River 
Perkins Susan, widow of H. H. house 16 Lake 
Perkins Walter S. clerk (B.), bds. 894 Main 
Perkins William M. student, H. U. rooms 34 Hancock 
Perley James V. pork weigher, house 119 Prospect 
Perrin Franklin (17 Batterymarch, B.), h. Concord ave. c. 

Perrin Marshall L. student, H. U. rooms 59 Matthews 
Perry Benjamin F. (Perry, Tyler & Co.), grocer, 456 

Harvard, house 16 Eliot 
Perry Benj. W. carpenter, house 26 Tremont 
Perry Charles Ej blacksmith, house 117 Otis. 
Perry Charles P. drug clerk (Washington, near Dover), 

boards 117 Otis 
Perry Daniel, packer, Geldowsky's, house 1 Fifth 
Perry Eben F. clerk periodical stand (B. & N. R. R. de- 
pot, B.), boards Charles, cor. Sixth 
Perry Edward M. student, H. U. rooms 10 Gray 
Perry Hiram, machinist, boards 10 Elliot 
Perry James H. M. laborer, house 64 Harvard 
Perry Joseph L. poultry dealer (B.), house 44 Market 
Perry Nelson W. student, H. U. rooms 47 Holyoke House 
Perry Oliver H. (Perry & King), express office, 111 Cam- 
bridge, house Eighth, near Cambridge 
Perry, Tyler & Co. (Benj. F. Perry and Henry M. Tyler), 

grocers, Holyoke House, 456 Harvard 
PERRY & KING (Oliver H. Perry and John B. King), 

express-office, 111 Cambridge 
Pery John, millman, house Vine 
Peter Emanuel, cabinet maker, house 90 Third 
Peters Adams, boards 91 Columbia 
Peters Adolph, cabinet maker, boards 57 Gore 
Peters Charles J. stereotyper (5 Washington, B.), h. 110 

Peters Charles J. jr. stereotyper (5 Washington, B.), h. 

110 Austin 
Peters Edward G. student, H. U. rooms 2 Little's block 
Peters George E. clerk (5 Wash. B.), bds. 110 Austin 
Peters Isaac A. printer (B.), house 248 Broadway 

Peters , furniture polisher, house 123 Spring . 

Peterson Heniy, hair-dresser, Cambridge, n. Eighth, h. 

house rear 115 Columbia 
Peterson John F. cabinet maker, house rear 6 Davis 
Peterson Leopold, cabinet maker, boards 26 Second 
Peterson Lewis, driver cracker wagon, bds. 46 Austin 

Peterson , basket maker, house 53 North 

Peterson , wood-turner, house 121 Spiing 

street, Cambridge port. 


Pettee William H. assistant professor of mining, H. U. 

boards 17 Kirkland 
Pettengill Franklin L. watch repairer, house 14 "Walnut ct. 
Pettengill Joel C. watchman, house Walnut ct. opp. Porter 
Pettengill Jonathan M. cashier (Ex. National Bank, B ), 

house 27 Columbia 
Pettey Pierce A. moulder, house 8 Harrison ave, 
Pettigrew Mary R. widow, boards 185 Hampshire 
Pettingell William H. (Pettingell, Moody & Sawyer), oiled 

hat-manufacturer, house 55 Third 
Pettingell Wm. H. jr. oiled hat maker, h. 9 Second st. ct. 
Pettingell, Moody & Sawyer (William H. Pettingell, 

Broadstreet D Moody and Howard M. Sawyer), 

oiled-hat manufacturers and oiled clothing, Second, c. 

Pettingill Benj. A. (Pettingill and Pear), spring bed mnf. 

and dealer, State and (35 Brattle, B.), h. 3 Columbia 
Pettingill Edward M. clerk, house 125 Austin 
Pettingill Joseph R. icetool manufacturer, 70 Brighton, h. 

886 Main 
Pettingill & Pear (Benj. A. Pettingill and Isaac S. Pear), 

spring bed mnfrs. Osborn's mills, State, salesrooms 

(35 Brattle, B.) 
Petts Adam, house Washington, cor. Brewery 
Petts Ann, widow of Adam, house 23 Hastings 
Peverelly George A confectioner, house 3 Amory place 
Peverelly Rebecca, widow of Anthony, house 3 Amory pi. 
Pevey Gilbert A. A. student, H. U. rooms 29 Hollis 
Pfletshinger Clements, cabinet maker, h. Harvey, near 

Phalan John, carpenter, house 25 Banks 
Phalan Philip, brass finisher, boards 75 Spring 
Phalen John I . plumber, boards William Phalen's, Elm- 
wood avenue 
Phalen William, cabinet maker, house 72 Washington 
Phalen William, gardener, house Elmwood ave. c. Brattle 
Phalen William E. clerk (87 Devonshire, B.), bds. 72 

Pheir George, machinist, boards Stevens court 
Phelan Edmund, cooper, house 137 Brookline 
Phelan Jeremiah J. switchman, F. R. R. boards 40 Bolton 
Phelan John, plumber, boards 30 Mt. Auburn 
Phelan Thomas J. stonecutter, boards 40 Bolton 
Phelan Timothy A. janitor, Harvard block, house 30 Mt. 

Phelan Wm. laborer, house 40 Bolton 
Phelps Albert S. assistant foreman, composing room, 

University Press, boards 3 Worcester 

GEO. B.JAMES & CO., Lumber, Whurves, junction Bridge and 

Cambridge streets, East Cambridge. Boston office 14 Slate street. 

L.»tlis, Shingles, Clapboards and Pickets. 


Phelps Charles H. law student, rooms 12 Mt. Auburn 

Phelps Samuel B. carpenter, house 5 Everett 

Phelps Stephen D. conductor, U. R. R. house 103 River 

Phelps William B. student, H. U. rooms 1 Gray's Hall 

Phelps William H. compositor, house 74 Green 

Philbrick Charles, house 87 Main 

Philbrook Edwin F. sawyer, boards 2 Cherry court 

Phillips Andrew, furniture repairer, 52 Fifth, house do. 

Phillips Archer W. clothes-repairer, 453 Main, house 1 

Sear's place 
Phillips Chas. W. billiard saloon and oyster house, 519 

and 521 Main, house 7 Rice 
Phillips Cyrus, plasterer, house 61 Franklin 
Phillips Ellen, widow of Chas. h. 1 Linnehan's blk. Third 
Phillips Enos B. boots and shoes (17 Batterymarch, B.), 

house 80 Washington [at Arlington 

Phillips George, foreman J. F. Hudson's, 64 Fifth, house 
Phillips Geo. P. plasterer, boards 61 Franklin 
Phillips George S. tool maker, house 117 Thorndike 
Phillips Ivers C. clerk (B. & A. R. R., B.), house 19 

Phillips James, printer, house Hunting, n. Cambridge 
Phillips James, plasterer, house 61 Franklin 
Phillips John, carpenter, boards Stevens court 
Phillips Joseph S. cigar dealer, 599 Main, h. 59 Pleasant 
Phillips Phoebe F. widow of William W. boards 52 Fifth 
Phillips Seth H. mason, house Lopez, n. Brookline 
Phillips Stephen A. agent, house 49 Western ave. 
Phillips Willard, house Linnsean, near Garden 
Phillips Wm. A. salesman (B ), h. 49 Western avenue 
Phillips W. Quincy, house Linnsean, near Garden 
Philpott Solomon, carpenter, house Garden, near Dublin 
Phinney Asa H. furniture (12 Green, B.), h. 210 Harvard 
Phinney Edward F. night watchman, Mass. Arsenal, bds. 

90 Mt. Auburn 
Pichett Joseph, stone cutter, h. Charles, near Sixth 
Pickard Richard G. laborer, h. foot of Seventh st. court 
Pickering Arthur H. student, H. U. rooms 25 Holyoke 

House [Auburn 

Pickering Frank W. grocer (56 Chatham, B.), bds. 10 Mt. 
Pickering Mark (Pickering & Co.), house 10 Mt. Auburn 
Pickering McLaurin F. broker and com mer. (114 State, 

B.), house 71 Magazine 
Pickering & Co. (Mark Pickering), grocers, 8 J Mt. Auburn 
Pickett George E. clerk, J. H. Wyeth, bds. 21 Shepard 
Pickett George T. mason, house 37 Essex 
Pickett Joseph, laborer, house 28 Washington 
Pickett Joseph J. mason, house 21 Western avenue 



Pickett Nancy, widow of Samuel, house 21 Shepard 
Pickinan Dudley L. student, H. U. r'ms 5 Dolton's block 
Pierce Albert H. boards G. H. Oakes, 467 Main 
Pierce Alexander McLoud, printer, bouse 25 Blackstone 
Pierce Amasa'B. painter, house 19 Mellen 
Pierce Arthur M. law student, rooms 40 Winthrop 
Pierce Benjamin F. teamster, house 180 Main 
Pierce Charles E. tinsmith, 35 Elm, h. 342 Broadway 
Pierce Charles H. clerk, boards 25 Park [DeWolf 

Pierce Charles R. express-man (36 Court square, B.), h. 8 
Pierce Charles W. tin pedler, house 4 Oak [cemetery 

Pierce Clara W. widow of Andrew, h. Mt. Auburn, opp. the 
Pierce Emily Mrs. house 9 Harrison avenue 
Pierce Eugene W. carpenter, house 65 Mt. Auburn 
Pierce Ezekiel P. fruit-dealer (B.), h. 279 Broadway 
Pierce E.|A. Mrs. dressmaker, h. North avenue, cor. Beech 
Pierce Frank E. restaurant, North ave, near R. R. house 

North avenue, near Meacham 
Pierce Frederick A. salesman, boards 46 Prospect 
Pierce George W. tin pedler,Jhouse 4 Oak 
Pierce James A. painter, 18 Cambridge, h. at Stoneham 
Pierce James E. carpenter, house 25 Bow 
Pierce James P. carpenter, house 65 Mt. Auburn 
Pierce James W. (43 Broad, B.) house 32 Elm 
Pierce Joseph, wheelwright, River, junc. Western avenue, 

house 25 Park 
Pierce Joseph H. carver, house 27 Gore 
Pierce Joseph S. boards 3 Sceva place [Austin 

Pierce Leander, supt. F. A. Kennedy's bakery, Ms. 38 
Pierce Manuel, printer, boards 1 Putnam 
Pierce Mary E. widow of Austin, h. r. P. O. building, 

North avenue 
Pierce Sarah E. widow of James W. h 342 Hampshire 
Pierce Wm. D. wheelwright, boards 25 Park 
Pierce, see also Peirce 

Picrpoint Thomas, stairbuilder (B.), house 26 Sixth 
Pierpoint William, finisher, boards 59 Cherry 
Pierpoint William F. carver (Haymarket sq. B ), boards 

8 Eighth 
Pierpoint Wm. L. blacksmith, house 8 Eighth 
Pierre Alice E. widow of Frank, house 22J Winter 
Pike Albert W. stevedore, house 53 Mt. Auburn 
Pike Carlos L. foreman, G. G Page & Co. h. 429 Main 
Pike Charles, carpenter, house 20 Front 
Pike Charles L. box-maker, boards 128 Norfolk 
Pike Charles S. clerk (Federal, B.), bds. 183 Cambridge 
Pike Edward L. printer, boards 13 Green 
Pike George S. carpenter, h. Boardman, cor. Broadway 

ZVo. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 Main street, Carabridgeport. 


Pike James, livery stable, Main, opp. Pearl, and 904 Main 
and (J. Pike & Co.), Church, near Harvard sq. house 
7 Norfolk 
Pike Joel S. (J. Pike & Co.), livery stable, Church, h. n. do. 
Pike John, hack-driver, house 42 Putnam 
Pike John M. cigar maker, house 16 Rockwell 
Pike John N. baggage master, B. & L. R. R. h. 183 Cam- 
Pike Joseph A. blacksmith, boards 42 Putnam 
Pike J. & Co. (James and Joel S. Pike), livery stable, 
Church, near Harvard square [ct. 

Pike Joseph S. foreman, J. P. Squire & Co. h. 13 Squire's 
Pike Nathan C. supt. Cambridge Preserving Co. 25 Main, 
h. at Newton [183 Cambridge 

Pike Nellie N. Miss, teacher, Otis Primary school, boards 
Pike Walter W. book-keeper (97 Devonshire, B.), boards 

183 Cambridge 
Piller Emanuel, cigar maker, 458 Main, house 4 Eaton 
Pillsbury Tappan P. sawyer, house 85 Vine 
Piltrier Joseph, laborer, house 149 Dublin 
Pine George S. student, H. U. rooms 26 College 
Pine Nancy, widow of Samuel, house 63 Sixth 
Pingree Isaac, engineer, B. L. & N. R. R. house 22 East 
Pinkerton James, engineer, house 75 Inman 
Pinkham George G. tinsmith, house 119 Green 
Pinkham Isaac, stone cutter, boards 9 Broadway 
Pinsonhault Louis, cabinet maker, house 73 Sixth 
Piper Dennis, laborer, boards 339 Main 
Piper George C. house 14 Avon [Avon 

Piper Geo. F. lawyer (7 Court sq. B.), bds. G. C. Piper's, 
Piper Henry A. dry goods (B.), house 343 Harvard 
Piper Solomon Mrs. house 22 Concord avenue 
Piper William C clerk, boards G. C. Piper's, 14 Avon 
Piper William T. student, H. U. bds. 22 Concord avenue 
Pitkin Charles A. student, H. U. rooms 13 Hollis 
Pitkin Emily R. teacher, Allston school, bds. 16 Prospect 
Pitman John F. coal-dealer (15 Congress, B.), house North 

avenue, near Fitchburg station 
Pitts Michael, laborer, h. Concord ave. n. R. R. crossing 
Place Geo. W. book-keeper, Woodbury & Co. boards 80 

Place Stephen M. house 1 Chestnut place 
Plancich Vincent, grocer, 7tf Harvard, house do. 
Plant Peter, laborer, house 134 Spruce 
Platts Almon A. student, Scientific school, r'ms 20 Mason 
Plimpton Lewis H. student, H. U. rooms 48 College 
Plummer Charles W. student, H. U. rooms 14 Holworthy 
Plnmmer D. cabinet maker, boards 41 Cedar 

CHILDREN'S BOOTS a Specialty. €. D. WILDER, 557 Alain 
street, Cambridgeport. 


Plummer Edgar L. com. mer. (133 Central, B.),b. 67 Otis 
Plummer Edward M. clerk (B.), house 178 Hampshire 
Plummer George M. baker, River, house 10 Perry 
Plummer Horatio N. commission merchant (133 Central, 

B.), house 254 North ave. near Russell 
Plummer John, boards 37 Windsor 
Plummer John W. musician, boards 104 Hampshire 
Plummer Warren, provisions, 110 Cambridge, bds. 108 do. 
Plummer Wm. H. engineer, F. A. Kennedy, boards 12 

Plumridge George, printer, house 25 Brooks place 
Poirot John B. tinner, Boston Stamping Co.'s, h. 143 Main 
Poland Edward, hackman, boards 90 Mt. Auburn 
Poland J. L. carpenter, boards 26 Holyoke 
Poland William, builder, house 735 Cambridge 
Pollard Frederick W. 349 Broadway 
Pollard John S. mason, house 28 Norfolk 
Pond Betsey E. Mrs. house 22 Western ave. 
Pond Charles H. carpenter, house 33 Willard 
Pond Charles K. paper box maker (Hanover, B.), boards 

22 Western ave. 
Pond George E. carpenter, boards 22 Western ave. 
Pond William H. milliner (J. W. Plimpton & Co. B.), h. 

18 Williams [court 

Pontefract William, book-keeper (B.), house 5 Baldwin's 
Poole Francis H. blank-book and stationery traveller, h. 

12 Charles River 
Poole Fred L. cigar pedler, house 99 Washington [12 do. 
Poole George W. at Union R. Co.'s stables, Dunster, bds. 
Poole James D. carpenter, house 3 Ericsson court 
Poor James W. furniture painter, house 35 River 
Pope Alphonso W. clerk (B.), house 57 Pleasant 
Pope Charles A. reed-maker (Cambridge, cor. Charles, 

B.), boards 51 Western ave. 
Pope Frank G. stencil cutter (75 State, B.),b. 45 Cottage 
Pope Ivory H. clerk (Custom House, B.), bds. 51 West- 
ern ave. [Cottage 
Pope John, stencil-cutter (8 Dock square, B.), house 45 
Pope John S, bricklayer, house 51 Western ave. 
Popkin Mary R. Miss, house 25 North ave. 
Porcellian Club, 444 Harvard 
Porter Asa, carpenter, boards 127 Prospect 
Porter Charles, broker, bds. 826 Main 
Porter Charles B. clerk, house 27 Mill 
Porter Charles H. oil dealer (B.), house 113 Prospect 
Porter Charles W. clerk, 404 Cambridge, boards 113 

Porter David S. carpenter, house 27 Sydney 

ROBERT BACON &. CO. 45 West street, Boston. Black Neck- 
Wear in all Styles. 



Porter Edward, clerk (Jordan, Marsh & Co.), bds. 96 Otis 
Porter Frank M. student, H. U. rooms 20 Stoughton 
Porter George, cabinet maker, boards 390 Main 
Porter Hamilton, machinist, house 43 Clark 
Porter J. Augustine, bookkeeper, 91 Broadway, h. 89 do. 
Porter John L. auctioneer (29 Pemberton square, B.), h. 

516 Main 
Porter Joseph Mrs. house Winthrop square 
Porter Percy G. house 68 Prospect 
Porter Rachel, widow of Benjamin F. house 11 Prospect 
Porter Walter L. clerk (161 Wash.B.), boards 516 Main 
Porter William, expressman, house 52 River 
Porter William, glass-cutter, house 74 Spring 
Porter William H. clerk (24u Federal, B.), bds. 52 River 
Porter William L. student, H. U. rooms 2 Weld 
Postawka Louis, patent piano taboret manufacturer, rear 

101 Fourth, house at Boston 
Post Morgan G. student, H. U. rooms 9 Holyoke House 
Post Office, Cambridge, Lyceum building, Harvard sq. 
Post Office, Cambridgeport, 445 Main 
Post Office, East Cambridge, Third, near Cambridge 
Post Office, North Cambridge, North ave. opp. R. R. sta- 
Postle John, hairdresser, 77 Spruce, house do. 
Potter Dexter Rev. house 40 North ave. 
Potter Henry (130 State, B.), house 111 North ave. 
Potter J. Cushing, carpenter, and periodical store, 30 

River, house River, cor. Cottage 
Potter Silas A. student, H. U. rooms 22 Avon 
Potter Warren C. furniture mover, Harvard square, house 

rear 14 Highland 
Potter William L. C. (1 Commerce, B.), boards 111 

North ave. 
Pottle Delance S. driver G. S. Rollins, house 111 Norfolk 
Poulter William, cooper, house 89 Sixth 
Poulter William S. brass-moulder, house 89 Sixth 
Pourtales Louis, assistant coast-survey, boards 2 

Holmes place 
Poultney Evan, student, H. U. rooms 28 Holyoke House 
Pousland Charles F. clerk Revere Sugar Refineiy, house 

at Salem 
Powell George, painter and grainer, 8 Cherry, house do. 
Powell Walter E. printer, boards 4 Austin block, Austin 
Power James, porter, Riverside, house 16 Walnut court 
Power John, stone-cutter, boards 21 Harvard 
Power John E. shoemaker, 26 Washington, house 28 do. 
Power Lawrence F. compositor, house 32 Cowperthwait 
Power Martin, brakeman, B. L. & N. R. R. bds 14 East 

Harvard Square. 


Power Nicholas D. printer, house Green, near Pleasant 
Power Richard, wood-moulder, house 19 Winter 
Power Thomas, harness maker, house 185 Norfolk 
Powers Agnes, widow, house 25 Webster ave. 
Powers Charles G. varnisher, 203 Cambridge, h. at Boston 
Powers Bridget, widow of Daniel, house 2 Bristol 
Powers Catherine, widow of Hugh, house Willow place, 

near Somerville line 
Powers Edward, mason, house Palmer, near Church [line 
Powers Hugh, laborer, house Willow place, n. Somerville 
Powers James, porter, Riverside, house 25 Banks 
Powers James, teamster, boards over 415 Cambridge 
Powers John, stone cutter, boards 21 Harvard 
Powers John Mrs. house Powers' block, foot of Harvard 
Powers John, blacksmith (B.), house Willow place, near 
Somerville line 

Powers John, shoemaker, house 124 Webster ave. 

Powers John, teamster, house North, near East 

Powers John, teamster, house Stevens court 

Powers John H. bookbinder, house 25 Banks 

Powers Margaret, widow of James, beer, candies, etc. 152 
Bridge, house do. 

Powers Mary A. widow of Joseph S. house 20 Holyoke 

Powers Matthew, carpenter, house 77 Concord ave. 

Powers Maurice, teamster, house 2 Bristol 

Powers Morris, moulder, house 17 Harvard 

Powers Patrick, paver, house 7 Hamilton 

Powers Richard, laborer, boards 2 Bristol 

Powers Thomas, cooper, house Gore, near Fifth [East 

Pownall Jeremiah B. machinist, house Leighton court, n. 

Pratt Aaron B. tin plate worker, 226 Cambridge, house 6 
Mullen's court, near Winter 

Pratt Aaron B. jr. tinplate worker, 226 Cambridge, bds. 
6 Mullens ct. n. Winter 

Pratt Albert L. cabinet maker, F. Geldowsky, house at 

Pratt Charles E. carpenter, boards 146 Otis 

Pratt Charles O. jig-sawyer, boards 129 Thorndike 

Pratt Charles O. (C. O. Pratt & Co ), stoves, etc. 226 
Cambridge, house 6 Mullens court, near Winter 

PRATT C. O. & CO. (Charles O. Pratt), stoves and 
tinware, 226 Cambridge 

Pratt Charles W. mason, house 20 Tremont 

Pratt David, bookkeeper, house 65 Austin 

Pratt David G. fancy wood and ivory turner, 137 Broad- 
way, house 21 Tremont 

Pratt Eben, coffin maker, house 22 Fifth 

Pratt Edward R. student, H. U. rooms 35 Thayer 

J. S. SAWYER, GRAVEL ROOFING, No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 
IMaiu Street, Cainbridgeport. 


Pratt Edward W. clerk, J. W. Macquire & Co., house 14 

Coggswell ave. 
Pratt Elizabeth W. Miss, tailoress, house 16 Sydney 
Pratt Eunice, widow of Levi, house 99 Austin 
Pratt Francis L. bookkeeper, 30 Brighton, h. 5 DeWolf 
Pratt Henry, hatter, house 16 Sydney 
Pratt Lewis, watches and jewelry, 463 Main, h. 11 State 
Pratt Ruel, carpenter, 137 Bridge, house at Charlestown 
Pratt William H. house and sign painter (B.), house 93 

Pray Alvin, carpenter, bds. 157 Prospect 
Pray Manuel, cabinet maker, house 17 Gore 
Pray Orrin B. (O. B. Pray & Co.), real estate agent, 555 

Main, house at Somerville 
Pray William M. music teacher (B.), house 7 Temple 
Prebeck Michael, wheelwright, house Bridge, opp. W. 

Wyman's coal wharf 
Preble Henry, student, H. U. bds. 62 Brattle 
Preble William P. clerk U. S. District Court (Portland, 

Me.) house 62 Brattle 
Preble William P. jr. student, H. U. bds. 62 Brattle 
Prentice Henry H. compositor, house 21 Baldwin 
Prentiss Dorcas B. widow, house 17 Park 
Prentiss Helen, widow of Jonas, bds. 27 Kinnard 
Prentiss John H. clerk, 130 Cambridge, bds. 1 Squire's ct. 
Prentiss Mary, widow of Jonathan C. house 172 North av. 
Prentiss Nathan, provisions (35 North Market, B.), house 

1 Squire's court 
Presbrey Edward A. cashier (National Bank of Redemp- 
tion, Water, B.), house 10 Remington 
Presby Charles E. stone mason, house 32 Orchard 
Presby George T. driver, Steamer 4, h. 28 Coggswell ave. 
Presby James W. stone mason, house 32 Orchard 
Prescott Edwin R. dry and fancy goods, 460 Harvard, h. 
264 North avenue [house 144 Mt. Auburn 

Prescott Joel H. (P. Nutting & Co.), blacksmith, Palmer, 
Prescott Joseph S. engineer, house Waverley, c. Walnut 
Prescott Joseph W. machinist, bds. Joseph S. Prescott's, 

Preston Jeremiah, house 9 Broadway 
Price George, japanner, boards 157 Main 
Price Henry, hackman, house 58 Elm 
Price Isaac, glass-blower, house 226 Bridge 
Price James M. stoves and hardware, 85 Cambridge, house 

118 Thorndike 
Price Jane, widow, house 58 Elm 
Price Richard T. tinsmith, house rear 16 Winter 
Prichard Joseph V. student, H. U. rooms 29 Holyoke 

street, Cambridge-port. 


Pridham Edward, carriage maker, J. F. Anderson's, boards 
5 Warland [do. 

Priest Edward E. engineer, steamer No. 1, Church, rooms 
Priest Katie Mrs. house 55 Auburn 
Primer Sylvester, student, F. U. rooms 53 College 
Prince Charles A. student, H. U. rooms 58 Thayer 
Prince Frank W. clerk, bds. 3 Charles River 
Prince Hattie M. widow of George W. house 3 Shepherd's 

blk. rear 10 Charles River 
Prince Morton H. student, H. U. rooms 5 Matthews 
Prinderble James, laborer, house 83 Spruce 
Prior George H. clerk, house 36 Hancock 
Prior George J. bookkeeper (B.), house 55 Walnut 
Prior Patrick, laborer, house Warren, cor. Jefferson 
Pritchett Thomas, porter, house 72 Inman 
Proctor Benj. F. cooper, Allston, house do. 
Proctor John A. cooper, house 55 Franklin 
Proctor Michael, laborer, house 99 Main 
Proctor Wm. T. paper carrier, house rear 146 Thorndike 
Proudfoot David, ticket master (B. L. & N. R, R. Bos- 
ton), house 132 Otis 
Proule Onesine, laborer, house 111 Spruce 
Prue Elizabeth, widow of John, house 165 Spruce 
Prue John, engineer, house Clifton, near Spruce 
Prue Nathaniel B. teamster, house 8 Second street ct. 
Prue Thomas, laborer, house 111 Spruce 
Pry George W., Riverside Press, house 38 Erie 
Puffer Carrie A. widow of Gustave A. house 58 Columbia 
Pugh John, horse shoer, boards 116 Harvard 
Pullen Fred. B. policeman, house 14 Farwell pi. 
Pullman George H. law student, rooms 40 Winthrop 
Pulsifer Bickford, commissioner, Registry Deed's office, 

house at Charlestown 
Pulsifer Charles H. machinist, bds. 25 Tremont 
Pulsifer Freeman L. clock maker, house 10 Sixth 
Pulsifer George F. painter, boards 25 Tremont 
Pulsifer James W. house 10 Sixth 
Pulsifer John S. glass-cutter, house 10 Sixth 
Pulsifer Joseph, cabinet maker, house 10 Sixth 
Pulsifer Susan Mrs. house 25 Tremont 
Pummell Philip T. cigar maker, house 1 Eaton 
Purcell Andrew, laborer, house Porter, near Warren 
Purcell Hyacinth, cement maker, rear 239 Main, house 27 

Mt. Auburn 
Purcell John, shoemaker, 135 Columbia, house rear do. 
Purcell Joseph, pedler, house Porter, near Medford 
Purcell Michael, shoemaker, house 17 Sparks 
Purcell Michael, laborer, house 20 Harvard 

GEO. B. JAMES & CO., Lumber, wharves, junction Bridge and 
Cambridge streets, Eagt Cambridge. Boston Offiee 14 State street. 
Snipping Boards, Scantling and Shingles, 


Purcell William, carpenter and boarding, 24 Dunster h. do. 
Purington Geo. F. plumber (B.), bds.42 Coggswell ave. 
Purington Hannah, widow of Samuel, h. 42 Coggswell av. 
Purrington William A. student, H. U. rooms 30 Hollis 
Purviance Emma Mrs. widow, bds. J. J. Soley's, Putnam 
Putnam George jr. lawyer (27 Court, B.), h. 24 Quincy 
Putnam George L. musician, house 88 Gore 
Putnam Geo. W. glassmaker, house 88 Gore 
Putnam John F. (Davis & Putnam), crockery and glass 

ware, 635 Main, house 124 Austin 
Putnam John P. (Henry Thayer & Co.), 150 Broadway, 

house at Winthrop, Me. 
Putnam Joseph H. iron-moulder, house 8 Pine 
Putnam Lewis, veterinary surgeon, house 170 North ave. 
Putnam Peter C. moulder, house 113 Hampshire 
Putney Albert, glass-presser, house 39 Fourth 
Putney George (Howe, Teele & Co.), bacon curer, Main, 

opp. Windsor, house 30 Austin 

QUALEY MICHAEL, soap maker, house 86 Webster av. 
Quails Matilda, widow, house 90 Harvard 
Quails Samuel, servant, 29 Kirkland, bds. do. 
Quan Thomas, glass-blower, house 192 Columbia 
Quaquo Hannah, widow, house rear 106 Harvard 
Queally Thomas, tailor, house 127 Webster avenue 
Quealy Austin, soap maker, house 65 Elm 
Quealy James, soap maker, house 423 Cambridge 
Quealy Thomas, soap maker, house 93 Webster ave. 
Querin Ann Miss, house Cambridge, cor. Sixth 
Quigley Francis, stone-cutter, house 15 Irving place 
Quigley Richard F. law student, rooms 28 Dunster 
Quill Dennis, house 7 Reed 
Quill Isaac, laborer, house 29 Washington 
Quill Patrick, currier, boards 7 Reed 
Quilter Michael, laborer, house 245 Franklin 
Quimby Albert F. saloon, 394 Cambridge, bds. 351 do. 
Quimby Amos, pile-driver, house 136 Thorndike 
Quimby Ellen, widow of Gilman, house 351 Cambridge 
Quinlan Bartholomew, machinist, B. & L. R. R. shop, h] 

Charles, near Fourth 
Quinan John L. brass-finisher, house 6 Lopez 
Quinn Bridget, widow, house 104 Kinnard 
Quinn Catherine, widow of William, house r. 137 Bridge 
Quinn Charles, grocer, 116 Fourth, house do. 
Quinn Edward, instructor, House of Correction, house 

Lechmere bldg. Bridge, cor. Cambridge 
Quinn Eliza, widow of Patrick, house 23 Valentine 
Quinn Elizabeth, widow, house Elm, cor. Webster ave. 

«J. FORD &• SOIV, Harvard Square, have every facility for doing 
general job printing. 


Quinn Francis, house 1 3 Remington 

Quinn George B. printer, house rear 119 Pearl 

Quinn Hugh, cooper, house 117 Fifth 

Quinn James E. moulder, boards 9 Broadway 

Quinn James J. (Gilligan & Quinn), grocer, Fourth, cor. 

Bridge, house do. 
Quinn James P. painter, house 420 Cambridge 
Quinn Jeremiah, laborer, house 249 Franklin 
Quinn John, carpenter, house 91 Vine 
Quinn John, clerk, house 23 Valentine 
Quinn John, grease-collector, house 39 Charles 
Quinn John, teamster, house Osborn, near Main 
Quinn John, laborer, house 121 Spring 
Quinn John, laborer, house Willow pi. n. Cambridge 
Quinn John Mrs. house rear 119 Pearl 
Quinn Joseph, plumber, boards 104 Kinnard 
Quinn Malachi, teamster, house 15 Winter 
Quinn Mary, widow of Michael, house Dunster, near the 

Quinn Mary, widow of Maurice, h. Short, near Bridge 
Quinn Michael (Quinn & Son), stoves, 245 Cambridge, h. 

at Boston 
Quinn Michael, pedler, house 77 Third [Dunster 

Quinn Michael, plumber, bds. Mrs. Mary Quinn's, foot 
Quinn Michael, teamster, house 17 Windsor 
Quinn Michael H. laborer, house 88 Third 
Quinn Nicholas, carpenter, house 36 Broadway 
Quinn Patrick, teamster, 124 Harvard 
Quinn Patrick, grocer, 27 Charles, house do. 
Quinn Patrick, laborer, boards Mansion House, Gore 
Quinn Sarah, widow of James, house Fourth, cor. Bridge 
Quinn Terrence F. (Quinn & Son), stoves, etc. 245 Cam- 
bridge, boards at Boston 
Quinn Timothy, glass-maker, boards 108 Third 
Quinn Timothy B. fireman, B. & M. R. R. h. 108Tremont 
Quinn William, glass-worker, house Stevens court 
Quinn Winnie Miss, house 61 Brattle 
Quinn & Son (Michael and Terrence F, Quinn), stoves, 
tinware, etc. 245 Cambridge 

RABIE WILLIAM, varnisher, boards 72 Harvard 
Rabey Charles, silversmith, boards 2 Court 
Rabey Catharine, widow of Frank, house 2 Court 
Raddan Timothy, fireman, gas works, house 38 DeWolf 
Rady Michael, brick mason, boards 142 Columbia 
Rady Philip, blacksmith, house 142 Columbia 
Rafferty Bernard, cooper, Cambridge, beyond Warren, 
house 305 do. 

No. 1 Hyde's BJoclt, 603 Main street, Cambridgeport. 


Rafferty Bartholomew, laborer, house 10 Broadway 

Rafferty FraDcis, clerk, 167 Bridge, house 11 Fourth 

Rafferty George, painter, h. Cambridge, near Ninth 

Rafferty James, laborer, house 11 Fourth 

Rafferty Michael, clerk, 167 Bridge, house 11 Fourth 

Ragan Daniel, laborer, house 192 Bridge 

Ragan Michael, laborer, h. Cambridge, corner "Warren 

Ragan Wm. A. printer, boards 192 Bridge 

Rainy Michael, teamster, house 12 East Perry 

Rainey James, laborer, house 21 Sparks st. place 

Ralph Thomas, foreman, Jones' soap factory, house 28 

East Perry 
Ramerez Don James, compositor, h. 1 Daye ave. 
Ramhofer Jacob, shoemaker, house 14 Cowperthwait 
Ramos Thomas, machinist, boards 157 Main 
Ramsay Albert H. car basket weaver, bds. 157 Thorndike 
Ramsay Alexander H. apothecary, 1 Brattle, h. 857 Main 
Rainsa}' Harvej', dealer in cigars (B.), h. 157 Thorndike 
Ramsaj- John R. student, H. U. rooms 7 Holworthy 
Ramsay Major, shoemaker, 68 Norfolk, house 72 do. 
Ramsay Malcolm, blacksmith, bds. R Easter's, 15 Rice 
Ramsdell Albert K. druggist (B.), house 41 Essex 
Ramson Augustus, teamster, house Cambridge, opposite 

Ramsten John, cabinet maker, house 43 Winter 
Ranagan Peter, brush-maker, house 60 Charles 
Rand Annie, widow of Samuel, house 171 North avenue 
Rand Benjamin R. conveyancer, Court House, boards 

70 Thorndike 
Rand Charles A. commission merchant (19 and 20 North 

Market, B.), house 84 Thorndike 
Rand Charles O. clerk, house North ave. near Rice 
Rand Daniel, tinsmith, boards 9 Broadway 
Rand Eldridge D. student, H. U. rooms 36 No. avenue 
Rand George H. carver, boards 76 Spring 
Rand Henry C. leather (45 Merchants Row, B.), house 

Elm, near Davenport 
Rand James Mrs. house 29 Elliot 

Rand Louis H. stereotype finisher, bds. 44 Mt. Auburn 
Rand Oliver J. bookbinder (B ), house 308 Harvard 
Rand Oliver P. gas-engineer, house 2 Gerry 
Rand Rebecca, widow of Benjamin, h. 162 North avenue 
Rand Sarah A. Mrs. teacher, Shepard Grammar school, 

boards 15 Hollis 
Randall Benjamin, carpenter, house 41 Essex 
Randall Catherine M. widow, house 3 Auburn court 
Randall Daniel, laborer, house 19 Vine 
Randall Eben D. 'machinist, boards 18 Leighton's court 

street, Cambridgeport. 


Randall Ed. S. clerk, boards 41 Essex 

Randall Edwin G. carpenter, house 128 Brookline 

Randall Frank E. machinist, bds. Oliver P. Randall's, 

Leighton's court 
Randall Frank E. student, H. U. rooms 52 Thayer 
Randall James T. D. (83 State, B.) bds. 3 Auburn court 
Randall Joseph, carpenter, house 7 Cedar 
Randall Oliver P. carpenter, house 14 Leighton court 
Randlett Geo. W. stone cutter, 81 Main, boards 2 

Rankin George, carpenter, boards 127 Prospect 
Rankine Robert, salesman (242 Wash. B.), h. 1 Blackstone 
Ranks Elisha C. packer furniture, house 49 Allston 
Ranney Darwin E. salesman (43 Wash. B.) h. 467 Main 
Ransom Chandler R. pres. North National Bank \B.), 

house 9 Roseland 
Rantz Andres M. painter, house 24 East Perry 
Rapp John H. bacon cutter, house 8 Squire's court 
Rawson George W. (Rawson & Hittinger), steam engine 

manufacturer, 72 Main, house 19 State 
Rawson & Hittinger (Geo. W. Rawson and Michael Hit- 
tinger), engine manufacturers, 72 Main 
Ray Benjamin P. (Davis & Ray), grocer, Cambridge, cor. 

Seventh, house 95 Otis 
Ray Edwin C. collector (48 Union, B.) house 27 Kinnard 
Ray Joshua, engineer, J. P. Squire, boards 53 Fourth 
Ray Timothy W. dry goods (Shepard, Norwell & Co. B.), 

house 22 Lake 
Ray William P. Rev. house 100 Cambridge 
Ray William R. carpenter, house 6 Sixth 
Raymond Charles, boards 17 Brooks [way 

Raymond Charles A. clerk (41 Pearl, B.), bds. 398 Broad- 
Raymond Charles E. wholesale grocer (9 and 1 1 Commer- 
cial, B.), house 357 Harvard 
Raymond Emmons, house 398 Broadway 
Raymond George A. provision dealer, house 25 Chauncy 
Raymond John C. music teacher, house 17 Brooks 
Raymond Manley A. student, H. U. rooms 51 College 
RAYMOND PATRICK H. editor, Cambridge Press, 

and chief engineer fire department, house 20 Jay 
Raymond Walter, student, H. U. boards 398 Broadway 
Raymond William H. grocer (9 and 11 Commercial, B.), 

house 102 Ellery 
Raymond William T. clerk, house 21 Fremont 
Raymond Zebina L. Mrs. house 88 Ellery 
Rayne George W. machinist, house 7 Perry 
Raynes Charles N. machinist (25 Charlestown, B.), boards 
165 Cambridge 

ROBERT BACOIV <fc CO., Office 440 Main street, Cambridgeport. 
Manufacturers of Black Neck Wear in all Styles. 


Read Benjamin C. car builder, B. & L. R. R. shop, bds. do. 
Read Charles C. lawyer (27 State, B.) boards William 

Read's, Appleton 
Read David, laborer, house 5 Harvard 
Read Edward, hardware (13 Faneuil Hall square, B.), 

boards William Read's, Appleton 
Read Eunice W. widow of A. H., house 8 Centre 
Read Herbert, boards 22 Garden 
Read James B. house 715 Cambridge 
Read James J. saddlery and harness (108 Sudbury, B.), 

bds. 215 Harvard [Appleton, cor. Highland 

Read John, hardware^ (13 Faneuil Hall sq. B.), house 
Read J. Stacey, real-estate agent (B.), house 221 Harvard 
Read Lucy G. widow of John, house 22 Garden 
Read N. Goodwin, boards William Read's, Appleton 
Read Robert M. machinist, house 253 Broadway 
Read Thomas, pressman, house 7 Appian way [Appleton 
Read William, hardware (13 Faneuil Hall sq. B.), house 
Read William jr. hardware (13 Faneuil Hall sq. B.), house 

Read William jr. dealer in patents, house 55 Mt. Auburn 
Read, see also Reed and Reid 
Reader Edward jr. book-keeper (B.), house 60 Otis 
Ready John, gardener, 11 Ware, boards do. 
Ready Martin, gardener, house 236 Franklin 
Ready Paul, laborer, honse Bay, near Franklin 
Reagan Daniel, laborer, boards Gore, near Fifth 
Reagan James, laborer, house Antrim, near Broadway 
Reagan Jeremiah, hostler, bds. James O'Brien's, Winthrop 
Reagan John, grainer, 203 Bridge, bds. Gore, n. Fifth 
Reagan Michael, laborer, house 126 Webster ave. 
Real Mary, widow, house 10 Short [cor. Sixth 

Real Thomas, machine-hand, Beal & Hooper's, h. Charles, 
Reardon Bridget, widow of Daniel, house Hackett's lane, 

cor. Green 
Reardon Edmund (J. Reardon & Sons), soap, tallow and 

candle manufacturer, house 95 Pearl 
Reardon James H. boards 6 Green 

Reardon John, laborer, house 27 West [lane 

Reardon John, laborer, bds. John F. Rogers', Fresh Pond 
Reardon John, moulder, boards 9 Broadway 
Reardon John (J. Reardon & Sons), soap and candle 

manufacturer, Pearl, house 13 Erie 
Reardon John & Sons (John and Edmund Reardon), soap 

and candle manufacturers, 92 Pearl 
Reardon John jr. at J. Reardon's, house 29 Erie 
Reardon Michael, laborer, h. Murdock, near Gardner 
Reardon Michael, laborer, house 178 Franklin 

J. FORD & SON, Harvard Square, print cards, and all other 
kinds of printing. 


Reardon Michael, laborer, house 191 Dublin 

Reardon Owen, hostler, house 36 Gore 

Reardon Thomas, clerk (B.), house 67 Washington 

Reardon Timothy, laborer, house rear 45 Reed 

Reardon Timothy, switch-tender, house 123 Spring 

Reardon William, soap and tallow manufacturer, bds. 13 

Erie [vard sq. boards 95 Pearl 

REARDON WILLIAM H. plumber, basement 8 Har- 
Redington Ann, widow of John, house 37 Cowperthwait 
Redington John W. printer (B.), boards 13 Crane 
Redington Patrick, teamster, house 13 Crane 
Reddick Henry J. station agent, Fitchburg R. R. North 

ave. house at Boston 
Reddick Isaac, barber, 141 Bridge, house at Boston 
Reddin Mary, widow of Michael, boards Michael Daily's, 

Appian way 
Redding Margaret, h. 18 Jay 
Redding & Co., Redding's Russia Salve, 25 Main 
Redfern Charles E. (Howland, Doughty & Co.), lumber, 

Prison Point bridge, house at Winchester 
Redfern John H. electrotype finisher, house 187 Franklin 
Redfern William, laborer, house 171 Franklin 
Redfield Luther C. student, H. U. rooms 40 Thayer 
Redfield William P. clerk, boards 90 Prospect 
Redkinson Charles, plasterer, house 26 Charles River 
Reed Alonzo, blacksmith, house 27 River 
Reed C. Thayer, house 5 Avon 

Reed Elisha B. gasfitter, boards Sydney, near Green 
Reed Elizabeth H. Mrs. house 74 Windsor 
Reed Enos W. milkman, house 79 Thorndike 
Reed Francis R. carriagesmith, house 141 Mt. Auburn 
Reed Frederick (Edward Hixon & Co.), furniture and 

upholstery (144 Tremont, B.), factory 124 Harvard, 

house Pearl, corner Franklin 
Reed Freeman E. carpenter, house 14 Essex [Cottage 
Reed George B. law bookseller (37 Brattle, B.), house 43 
Reed George H. salesman, Geo. B. James & Co. house 80 

Cambridge [Trowbridge 

Reed George S. dentist (18]- Boylston B.), house 56 
Reed James, laborer, house 7 Eliot 
Reed John, laborer, house Reed's alley 
Reed John jr. laborer, boards John Reed's, Reed's alley 
Reed Leonard W. machinist, B. &. L. R. R. repair shop, 

boards 34 Bridge 
Reed Nicholas, student, H. U. rooms 18 Gray 
Reed Robert, laborer, house Reed's alley [Concord ave. 
Reed Roswell P. supt. Adams Express (B.), h. Parker, n. 
Reed Sarah G. widow of Enos, house 84 Cambridge 

J. S. SAWYER, GRAVEL, ROOFING, No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 
Main street, Cambridgeport, 


Reed Theodore C. clerk, 408 Cambridge, boards 103 do. 

Reed Warren A. student, H. U. rooms 35 Gray 

Reed William, laborer, house 19 Brewery 

Reed, see also Read and Reid 

Reehal James, glass-maker, house 21 Winter 

Reehal James E. jr. glass-maker, boards 21 Winter 

Reehal Mary, widow, house 127 Webster ave. 

Reehal Peter A. upholsterer, boards 21 Winter 

Reeves Benjamin F. hair-dresser, (78 Water, B.), h. 15 

Mt. Auburn 
Reeves E. Forrest, cooper, house 102 Gore 
Regal Augustus, glass-worker, house 75 Spring 
Regal Frank, glass-maker, house 89 Fourth 
Regal M. M. d^ goods, Gore, n. Third, house 6 Second 
Regal Victor, glass-maker, house 6 Second 
Regan Dennis, weigher (39 No. Market, B.), h. 34 Winter 
Reggio Andre C. student, Scientific school, rooms 7 Lit- 
tle's block 
Reid A. widow of Andrew, nurse, house 29 Hamilton 
Reid James, plasterer, bds. Michael Reid's, Mt. Auburn 
Reid James A. plumber (119 Water, B.), h. 9 Perry 
Reid James H. master mariner r h. 72 School 
Reed Joseph, laborer, house 129 Webster ave. 
Reid Michael, plasterer and grocer, Mt. Auburn, cor Wil- 
low, house do. 
Reid Robert, machinist, house 202 Green 
Reid Stewart, carpenter, house Jefferson, cor. Warren 
K'eid William B. printer, John Wilson's, bds. at Boston 
Reily Thomas, watchman, Allen & Endicott, h. 4 Village 
Reis Manuel D. boarding-house, Gore, n. Sixth 
Remeriez James, printer, boards 41 River 
Remick Chas. house Austin, cor. Inman 
Remick Chas. W. book-keeper, 356 Main, bds. at Chelsea 
Remick Edward, pianoforte action maker, bds. 24 Watson 
Remick Jacob B. cattle broker, h. Groveland, n. Spruce 
Remick John Mrs. house Austin, cor. Inman 
Remington Annie F. widow of Hosea S. bds. 44 Fourth 
Remington Elisha, cabinet maker, house 44 Fourth 
Revaleon Chas. hair-dresser (8 Boylston, B.), house Erics- 
son ct. 
Revaleon Charlotte L. Miss, dress-maker, h. Ericsson ct. 
Revaleon Dorcas A. Mrs. house Ericsson ct. 
Revaleon Geo. L. clerk (Boston P. O ), h. Ericsson ct. 
Revere Sugar Refinery (Nash, Spaulding & Co.), Water, 
opp. N. E. Glass Co office, (Broad, cor. Central, B.) 
Reversible Collar Co. 10 Arrow, Geo. K. Snow, president 
Rexford Richard W. physician, 120 Otis, h. do. [Otis 

Rexford Richard W. jr. clerk (120 Water, B.), boards 120 

CHILDREN'S BOOTS a Specialty. C. D. WILDER, 557 Main 
street, Cambridgeport. 


Reybert Artemas, bookbinder, h. 110 Pleasant 

Reycroft Joseph W. carriage maker (Dorchester ave. B.), 

house foot East 
Reynold Adam, clerk, boards 50 Cherry 
Reynolds Andrew J. mariner, h. Jefferson, cor. Warren 
Reynolds Caroline, widow of Lewis, house 50 Cherry 
Reynolds Catherine, widow of Nicholas, house Lopez, n. 

Reynolds Frank M. hackdriver, house 2 Essex ct. 
Reynolds Herbert, teamster, boards 40 Spring 
Reynolds James, laborer, house 95 Spruce 
Reynolds Patrick C. marble-worker, house 139 Main 
Reynolds Richard, bookbinder, Riverside, h. 8 Blackstone 
Reynolds William H. provisions, 154 Harvard, house 45 

Rheims Mellisa, widow, house 4 Davis 
Rhoades Josiah R. carpenter, 102 Allston, h. 112 Pearl 
Rhoacles Silas (Blodgett & Rhoades), carpenter, 42 Elm, 

house 88 Norfolk 
Rhoades Solomon, provisions, 17 Brattle square, house 

rear 3 Brewer's block 
Rhode Joseph, boots and shoes, 461 Main, house do. 
Rhodes James H. painter, house 143 Columbia 
Rice Abagail Mrs. widow of Edmund, boards J. H. Wood- 
ward's, Russell 
Rice Chas. D. counsellor, boards 160 Brattle 
Rice Daniel C. book-keeper, 21 Hampshire, bds. 686 Main 
Rice Duane L. foreman G-. Woods & Co. 624 Main, house 

125 Austin 
Rice Edward E. adv. agt. (80 State, B.), house 21 Forest 
Rice Edward W. lawyer (27 Court, B.), bcls. 13 Hilliard 
Rice Edwin F. printer, boards 129 Columbia 
Rice Frank F. glass-cutter, (B.), bds. Geo. W. Caldwell's, 

Rice Geo. P. salesman (B.), boards 323 Broadway 
Rice Hannah, widow of Nathaniel, boards 21 Fayette 
Rice Henry G. clerk (B.), boards 342 Harvard 
Rice Homer, broker (B.), boards 11 Market 
Rice Horatio N. eating saloon (B.), house 66 Broadway 
Rice Israel P. carpenter, bds. 99 Mt. Auburn 
Rice Israel L. G. inventor, boards 160 Brattle 
Rice James B. jr. hats, caps, &c. (Chauncy, cor. Bedford 

B.), house 133 Cambridge 
Rice John, shoemaker, boards 2 South 
Rice John P. stairbuilder, boards 29 Cherry 
Rice John S. tinplate worker (23 John, B.), h. 6 Sydney 
Rice Joseph II. farmer, house 7 Spruce 
Rice Martha J. widow of Aaron, house 100 Mt. Auburn 

GEO. B. JAMES & CO., Lumber, wharves, junction Bridge and 
Cambridge streets, East Cambridge Boston office 14 State street 
Lumber for jobbing and repairs. 


Rice Martin, stone-cutter, house 36 Gore 

Rice Moses M. Mrs. house 160 Brattle 

Rice Sarah A. widow of Wm. D. house 28 Seventh 

Rice Thomas, teamster, house 257 Mt. Auburn 

Rice Thomas G-., U. S. appraiser (117 State, B.), house 342 

Harvard * 

Rich Arthur W. milkman, boards 81 Walnut 
Rich Catherine L. widow of Nathaniel L. house 52 Fifth 
Rich Charles, stone-cutter, boards 9 Broadway- 
Richard Hannah, widow of Michael, groceries, 111 Spruce 
Richard Mary, widow of Godfrey, house 132 Spruce 
Richard Peter, laborer, house 108 Spruce 
Richards Daniel P. box maker, h. r. Walnut, n. Brookline 
Richards David, laborer, hou?e rear 241 Mt. Auburn 
Richards David J. student, H. U. rooms 62 College 
Richards Edmund I. student, H. U. rooms 13 Weld 
Richard s^JEd ward K. machinist and engineer, h. 192 Cam- 
Richards Gardner, box-maker, boards 85 Washington 
Richards Granville S. box-maker, house 90 Washington 
Richards Huntington, student, H. U. rooms 14 Gray 
Richards Joseph R. architect (46 Court, B.), house 733 

Richards William P. student, H. U. rooms 733 Cambridge 
Richards William R. student, H. U. rooms 53 Thayer 
Richardson Alex. (Custom House, B.), bds. 15 Hastings 
Richardson Ambrose C. student, H. U. rooms 5 Stoughton 
Richardson Benjamin F. musical instrument maker (B.), 

house 143 Washington 
RICHARDSON BENJAMIN H. books and stationery, 

5 Harvard square, house 12 Wendell 
Richardson Catherine, teacher Harvard Grammar school 
Richardson Charles E. real estate agent (33 Devonshire, 

B.), house 25 Ellsworth ave. 
Richardson Edward, cashier, National City Bank, Cam- 

bridgeport, house 803 Main 
Richardson Edward P. photographer (120 Hanover, B.), 

house 12 Fifth 
Richardson Emily M. Mrs. house 25 Mt. Auburn 
Richardson Eugene W. clerk, 69 Norfolk, bds. 15 Suffolk 
Richardson Frederick F. tinplate worker, boards Rockwell, 

near Pleasant 
Richardson George C. student, H. U. rooms 21 Thayer 
Richardson George E. messenger, National City Bank, 

Cambridgeport, boards 803 Main 
Richardson George E. refreshment saloon, Lyceum build- 
ing, Harvard square, house 18 Shepard 
Richardson George F. mason, house 40 Market 

Every kind of piinting required by business men furnisbed by 
J. FORI) & SON, printers, Harvard Square. 


Richardson George P. book-keeper (23 South Market, B.), 

house 7 Frost 
Richardson Harriet, widow, house Rockwell, n. Pleasant 
Richardson Hower B. student, H.U. rooms 15 Little's bl'k 
Richardson Horatio S. (A. R. Baj-le} 7 & Co.), apothecary, 

607 Main, boards 10 Brookline [132 Franklin 

Richardson James (Norris & Richardson), carpenter, h. 
Richardson James, tobacco, 12 Hastings, house 15 do. 
Richardson James jr. teamster, house 65 Pearl 
Richardson James P., Circuit Judge (Texas), house 17 

Western ave. 
Richardson Jane L. teacher, Harvard Grammar school 
Richardson John F mason, (Cross, cor. Enclicott, B.),h. 

Walnut ave. near Arlington [Prospect 

Richardson John P., Wood's organ factory, boards 26 
Richardson Joseph V. book-keeper, College wharf, boards 

42 Trowbridge 
Richardson Maria Miss, dressmaker, boards 52 Winthrop 
Richardson Maurice H. student, H. U. rooms 28 Gray 
Richardson Orlando B. photographer (88 Hanover, B.), 

house 185 Harvard 
Richardson Robert P. S. mason, house 27 Walnut court 
Richardson Samuel C. hairdresser, boards 21 Banks 
Richardson Samuel W. deputy U. S. Marshal (U. S. Court 

House, B), house 70 North ave. 
Richardson Sarah E. widow of Edwin F. bds. 652 Main 
Richardson Virgil, porter (B.), house 54 Washington 
Richardson WalcoU, cattle broker, h. 7 Lake View ave. 
Richardson William A. attorney and Judge of Probate 

and Insolvency for Middlesex Co. (5 Tremont, B.), 

house Kirkland, opp. Irving 
Richardson William A. machinist, boards 27 Walnut ct. 
Richardson William F. iron and steel (41 Fulton, B ), h. 

Walden, west of R. R. 
Richardson William F. jr. (41 Fulton, B.), boards F. 

Richardson's, Walden 
RICHARDSON WILLIAM T. coal and wood, College 

wharf, order box 464 Harvard, house 42 Trowbridge 
Richmond Ann Mrs. house 12 Leighton court 
Richmond Anna Miss, boards 794 Main 
Richmond Bessie R. Miss, boards 794 Main 
Richmond John W. glass-maker, boards 12 Leighton ct. 
Richmond William, student, H. U. rooms 27 College 
Richmond William II. machinist, boards 12 Leighton ct. 
Rickards Bennett O. cabinet organ manufacturer, h. 49 

Ricker George F. (George F. Ricker & Co.), bedding, bds. 

11 Clinton 

Ao, 1 Hyde's Block, 603 Main street, Cambridge port. 


Ricker George F. & Co. (George F. and Luther P. Ricker), 
bedding dealers, 3 River street, junction Western ave. 
Ricker George H. clerk, 153 Harvard, boards 87 Windsor 
Ricker J. E. engineer, steamer 4, house 20 Coggswell ave. 
Ricker Jerediah, carpenter, house 26 River 
Ricker Luther P. (George F. Ricker & Co.), feather reno- 
vator, house 39 Cottage [bds. 117 Auburn 
Ricker Moses, carpenter, River, junction Western ave. 
Ricker Susan H. Miss, teacher, Allston Grammar school, 

house 26 River 
Ricker Vesey P. grocer, 153 Harvard, house 85 Windsor 
Ricker Winfield S. printer, Riverside, house 21 Park 
Riddle George, student, H. U. rooms 31 Holyoke House 
Riggins James R. law student, rooms 12 Bow 
Riggs Frank P. B. student, H. U. rooms 29 Weld 
Riggs Julia, widow, house 25 Webster ave. 
Riggs William C. student, H. U. rooms 18 Little's block 
Riley Andrew, servant, E. W. Gurney's, 10 Fayerweather, 

boards do. 
Riley Bernard, baker, boards John Keefe's, Cambridge 
Riley Daniel, laborer, house rear 79 Brighton 
Riley Frank J. mason, house 17 Sparks street place 
Riley George C. mat maker, boards 128 Brookline 
Riley George W. T. broker (40 State, B.), house 61 Otis 
Riley Harriet S. widow of John, house 191 Cambridge 
Riley Hugh, brush-maker (B.), house 102 Fourth 
Riley James, cabinet maker, boards 48 Broadway 
Riley Jeremiah, laborer, house 72 Gore 
Rile} r John, laborer, house Porter, near Medford 
Riley John, laborer, house 5 Rice place 
Riley John, teamster, house Somerset, near Pleasant 
Riley John, teamster, boards John Riley's, Somerset 
Riley Mary, widow of Patrick, house 17 Somerset 
Riley Michael, laborer, house 61 Brighton 
Riley Patrick, laborer, house 30 Donnell 
Riley Patrick, laborer, boards 6 Somerset 
Riley Patrick, laborer, house Warren, cor. Jefferson 
Riley Samuel Mrs. house 87 Harvard 
Riley Tarry, laborer, house Tuttle*, near Donnell [bridge 
Riley William J. clerk (9 Congress, B.), boards 191 Cam- 
Rindge Daniel, carpenter, 51 Otis, house 8 Third 
Rindge John (7 Sears building, B.), h. 13 Ellsworth ave. 
Rindge Samuel B. (7 Sears building, B.), h. 344 Harvard 
Ring John, currier, house Charles, cor. Fifth 
Ring Michael, laborer, house 161 Otis 
Ringer Hugh, mason, house 62 Putnam 
Ringer Josiah H. laborer, house 4 Sands 
Ringer Simeon P. mason, boards 62 Putnam 

street, Cambridgeport. 


Ripley John H. machinist, house 58 Auburn 
Ripley Richard A. shipping-clerk (120 North, B.), bds. 
Richard J. Ripley's, Pearl [Pearl, n. Erie 

Ripley Richard J. foreman (Beal & Hooper's, B.), house, 
Risdon Isaac E. sheet-iron worker, house 177 Main 
Risley Charles H. coachman, 714 Main 
Ritchie John, helper, B. & L. R. R. shop, house at Boston 
Rivera Geronimo, machinist, house 416 Main 
Rivers George R. R. student, H. U. rooms 50 Matthews 
Rivers Isaac, carpenter, house 72 Columbia 
Rivers Isaac W. carpenter, bds. 72 Columbia [bridge 

Riverside Press (H. O. Houghton & Co.), Riverside, Cam- 
Rives Arthur L. student, H. U. rooms 17 Holyoke House 
Rivinius Fred. W. tinsmith, 446 Harvard, bds. 53 Oxford 
Rix Frank R. student, H. U. rooms 29 College 
Roach Alex, cooper, boards Mansion House, Gore 
Roach Catharine Mrs. house 75 Spring 
Roach David F. school-teacher, bds. 75 Spring 
Roach James, laborer, house 5 Clay 
Roach John, laborer, house 103 Spruce 
Roach John, laborer, house rear 25 Cowperthwait 
Roach John, baker, house rear Lopez, near Pearl 
Roach John, stone-cutter, house 3 Broadway 
Roach John E. machinist, boards 75 Spring 
Roach Lizzie Miss, music teacher, bds. 75 Spring 
Roach Martin W. musician, bds. 9 Phillips place 
Roach Mary Miss, dressmaker, bds. 75 Spring [ton 

Roach Nicholas, marble cutter, A. McDonald, h. at Brigh- 
Roach Thos. stone-cutter, house Deacon, near Pioneer 
Roaf Robert N. merchant tailor, 565 Main, house 530 do, 
Roaf Robert N. jr. clerk, bds. 580 Main 
Roaf Will F. clerk, boards 580 Main 
Roan Anthony, laborer, house rear 122 Broadway 
Roan Thos. machinist, house 9 Summer 
ROBART JOHN O furniture dealer, and picture framer, 

27 Brattle sq. house 51 Banks 
Robarts William O. cabinet maker, bds. 15 Clark 
Robbius Alfred C. tin worker, boards 25 Lee 
Robbins George D. hairdresser, 560 Main, house Elm, 

cor. Hampshire 
Robbins Geo. W. agent (Eyelet Tool Co., Gore block, 9 

Green, B.), house 63 Columbia 
Robbins Horace D. clerk, bds. 19 De Wolf 
ROBBINS JAMES M. stoves, furnaces, and kitchen fur- 
nishing goods, 629 Main, house 25 Lee 
Robbins John G. clerk (B.), nouse 48 Tremont 
Robbins Morton D. grocer, Brighton, cor. Mt. Auburn, 
bds. 19 De Wolf 

ROBERT BACON & CO. 45 West Street, Boston. Fine shirts 
and Collars made to order. 



Roberts Alfred A. house 3 Wallace 

Roberts Annie E. Miss, dressmaker, house 131 Green 

Roberts Benj. W. principal Allston Grammar school, h. 

16 Prospect 
Roberts Chas. C. printer (21 Brattle, B.), h. 12 Auburn ct. 
Roberts Charles W. mason, house 33 Willard 
Roberts Geo. B. (Kendall & Roberts), steam boiler manuf. 

92 Main, house 10 Magazine 
Roberts George T. machinist, house rear 1 Fisk's blk. 
Roberts Henry B. student, H U. rooms 25 Holyoke House 
Roberts James H. machinist (Merrimack, B.), house 128 

Roberts Joseph, hostler, house 236 Franklin 
Roberts Sarah L. teacher, Allston Grammar school, bds. 

16 Prospect 
Roberts Ward P. cigar maker, boards 20 Front 
Roberts Wm. carpenter, boards 203 Hampshire 
Robertson Adam, wood-turner, boards 35 Windsor 
Robertson Angus, printer, house 22 Webster 
Robertson Emeline S. Miss, house 416 Harvard [Seventh 
Robertson James, cigars and tobacco, Cambridge, corner 
Robins Francis, piano-forte tuner (B.), house 172 Harvard 
Robinson Aaron, provision dealer (Causeway, cor. Bil- 

lerica, B.), house 52 Franklin 
Robinson Agnes, groceries, 49 Sixth, house 148 Otis 
Robinson Alden, engineer, Jones & Bartlett, house 60 

Robinson Alfred, laborer, house rear 106 Harvard 
Robinson Arthur F. laborer, house rear 106 Harvard 
Robinson Charles (34 Congress, B.), house 47 Hamilton 
Robinson Charles T. book-keeper, W. C. Brooks & Co. h. 

77 Third [Kinnard 

Robinson Converse L. piano-forte action maker, house 8 
Robinson David, laborer, house Porter, near Medford 
Robinson Horatio N. machinist, house 16 Watson 
Robinson Isabella, widow, house rear 106 Harvard 
Robinson James, clerk (B.), bds. 29 Williams 
Robinson James, teacher, house 29 Williams 
Robinson James A. laborer, house 9 Flagg 
Robinson James H. carpenter, house 49 River 
Robinson James H. B. compositor, Riverside, bds. 79 River 
Robinson James R. engineer (28 State, B.), house 15 Mag 

Robinson Joel, house 55 Cambridge 
Robinson John, carpenter, house 117£ Harvard 
Robinson John, oil finisher, house 43 Sixth [Pearl 

Robinson John D. foreman (69 Blackstone, B.), house 133 
Robinson John I cook, house 3 Dyke 

JOHN FORD & SON, Printers, Harvard Square ; every variety 
of Job printing. 


Robinson Joseph S. carriage maker, house 96 Auburn 
Robinson Madison, carriage washer, h. 96 Webster ave. 
Robinson Moses, teamster, house 115 Fourth 
Robinson Robert S. stair-builder, house 457 Cambridge 
Robinson Samuel, laborer, house 82 Spring 
Robinson Sarah, widow of Cornelius, bds. 77 Third 
Robinson Thomas, cabinet maker, house rear 2 Eighth 
Robinson Thomas B. glass-worker, house 148 Otis 
Robinson Wm. B. book-keeper, bds. 29 Williams 
Robinson Wm. D. book-keeper, house 49 River 
Robinson Wm. L. B. letter carrier, Cambridgeport, P. O. 

bds. 49 River 
Robinson Wm. M. machinist, house 37 Erie 
Robinson Wm. R. engineer, house 41 Plymouth 

Robinson , cooper, bds. 140 Spring 

Roby John B. corset manufacturer, 437 Main, house do. 
Roby Mary G. widow of William, bds. 343 Harvard 
Roby William H. clerk (7 Federal, B.), house 36 Second 
Roche James, compositor, Riverside, house Amory 
Roche John H. clerk, 474 Cambridge, boards do. 
Rochette Frank, currier, boards K. McRae's, 54 Cedar 
Rock Joseph, brick-maker, h. Vassal lane, n. Fresh Pond 
Rock Joseph, teamster, house Elm, cor. Cambridge 
Rockwell Walter, reed maker (Cambridge, cor. Charles, 

B.), boards 135 Thorndike 
Rockwood D. E. Mrs. house 30 Shepard 
Roetter Paulus, assistant Zoological Museum, rooms Zo- 
ological Hall, Divinity avenue 
Rogers Alexander, blacksmith, boards 41 Cedar 
Rogers Benjamin, house 24 Coggswell avenue 
Rogers Benjamin F , patent right dealer, house 13 Walden 
Rogers Charles E., pile-driver, bds 27 Wheatland's block 
Rogers Frank, tailor, boards Fourth, near Cambridge 
Rogers George, laborer, house rear 44 Clark 
Rogers George W. architect (18 Pemberton Square, B.), 

house 2 Pleasant place 
Rogers Hamilton G. carpenter, house 42 School [river 
Rogers Henry D. book-keeper, 6 Brattle, boards 2 Charles 
Rogers James, stone-mason, house 98 Fourth 
Rogers James, teamster, house 10 East [Pond lane 

Rogers John F. gardener, John C. Gray's, house Fresh 
Rogers Manuel, laborer, house rear 19 Vine 
Rogers Matthew, blacksmith, boards 1 Washington 
Rogers Patrick C. cooper, house 54 Pearl 
Rogers Peter, teamster, house Lechmere building 
Rogers Sarah E. D. Mrs., house 2 Charles River 
Rogers Samuel T. laborer, house Third, near Bridge 
Rogers Stephen W. car-driver, house 25J River 

J. S. SAWYER, GRAVEL ROOFING, No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 
Main St., Cambridgeport. 


Rogers Terrence, laborer, house Hackett's yard, Franklin 
Rogers William A. assistant at observatory, boards do. 
Rohrbarker Henry, machinist, h. 107 Spring [North ave. 
Rolie Brothers (John S. & George H. Rolfe), painters, 226 J 
Rolfe Daniel P. painter, h. 414 Main 
Rolfe George H. (Rolfe Brothers) painter, 226] North av- 
enue, boards John S. Rolfe's, Coggswell place 
Rolfe John S. (Rolfe Bros.) painter, 226 J North ave. house 

Coggswell place 
Rolfe Lydia D. widow of John, house 405 Broadway 
Rolfe William, painter, house 50 Holyoke 
Rolfe William J. house 405 Broadway 
Rollins Ai, foreman composing room, University Press, 

house 4 J Charles River 
Rollins Abner W". fireman Lowell Railroad, h. 38 Spring 
Rollins Albert, mason, house 7 Columbia court 
Rollins Amos P. carpenter, h. 14 Auburn court 
Rollins George O. carriagesmith, 11 Church, house 7 

Chapman place 
Roman Frank, currier, boards 77 Spruce 
Roman James D. student, H. U., rooms 49 Weld 
Romane Alexander, carpenter, boards 22 Brewer 
Ronan Catherine, wid. of Dennis, h. Jefferson, n. McCabe 
Rooney Ann Miss, house 159 Broadway, L. P. 
Rooney Daniel F. heater, boards 159 Broadway, L. P. 
Rooney Sarah, widow, house Montgomery, near Spruce 
Rooney William, laborer, house 23 Sparks 
Rooney, see also Runey [12 Front 

Roper George H., spring-maker (94 Hanover, B.), house 
Rop-ar James, ropemaker, house 31 Rice 
Roper John Mrs house 70 Spruce 
Roper Joseph, laborer, house 67 Spruce 
Ropes Hardy, merchant (60 State, B.), house 808 Main 
Rosa Joseph, laborer, house rear 131 Court 
Rosbeck Henry, laborer, house 85 Fifth 
Rose Eben, organ maker, 426 Main, boards 18 Perry 
Rose Francis, cabinet maker, house 35 Vine 
Rosenberg Joseph, glass-cutter, house 5 Lincoln 
Rosenberg Vendell, glass-cutter, house 204 Cambridge 
Rosonquist Carl J. cabinet-maker, boards 18 Farwell place 
Ross Alexander, laborer, house 118 Harvard 
Ross Alexander D. (Ross & Elliott), wheelwright and 
blacksmith, Brighton, r. Huckins' mill, bds. 890 Main 
Ross Campbell, sawyer, boards 9 Broadway 
Ross Charles E.miilman, F, Geldowsky, h. at Charlestown 
Ross Denman W. student Harvard College, bds. 24 Craigie 
Ross H. P. proprietor Broadway House, house do. 
Ross Hugh, mason, house Vine, corner Fifth 

street, Cambridgeport. 


Ross James E. glass maker, boards Hugh Ross', Vine 
Ross John, carpenter, h. Eighth, near Cambridge 
Ross John L. (60 Milk, B.) house 24 Craigie 
Ross Louis J . law student, boards Hugh Ross', Vine 
Ross Maria R. Mrs. boarding, 61 Third, house do. 
Ross Michael Mrs. house rear 41 Charles 
Ross Robert, contractor, house 16 Gerry- 
Ross Robert, laborer, house Jefferson, near Warren 
Ross Robert T. machinist, bds. 16 Gerry 
Ross Warren, optician, house Hampshire, near Prospect 
Ross William, block tfn-worker, house 39 Charles 
Ross William Munroe, grainer (121 Cross, B.),h. 95 River 
Ross William W. optician, house 187 Hampshire 

Ross house Eighth, near Spring 

Ross & Elliott (Alexander D. Ross and William Elliott), 

wheelwrights and blacksmiths, Brighton, rear Huck- 

ins' mill 
Rosseter John, house 149 Bridge 
Rotch Helen M. Mrs. house 52 Kirkland 
Rotch Thomas M. medical student, boards 52 Kirkland 
Roth Jacob, cabinet-maker, boards 9 Broadway 
Rouiere Harriet, widow, house 92 Auburn 
Rouiere Howard, bookbinder, Riverside, house 92 Auburn 
Roulston Samuel, upholsterer, house Banks, near Crane 
Roulo Alexander, painter, house rear 41 Reed 
Roundy George, oiled-hat-maker, Pettengill, Moody & 

Sawyer, house at Newton 
Rouke Dennis, laborer, house Porter near Warren 
Rouke James E. furniture finisher, house 71 Elm 
Rouke Lawrence Mrs. house 22 Harvard 
Rouke Peter F. moulder, house 18 Harvard [h. 36 Pearl 
Rounds Benj. T. mason (Cambridge, near Anderson, B.), 
Rounds Charles A. conductor U. R. Co. bds. 12 Dunster 
Rounds Joseph, carpenter, boards 563 Main [bridge 

Rourke James, flagman, B. & A. R. R. h. Warren, n. Cam- 
Rourke James B. trader, house 18 Hunting 
Rourke John, currier, house 85 Spruce 
Rourke Michael, laborer, house 194 Dublin 
Rourke Michael, straw-dealer, house 29 Harvard 
Rourke Patrick, pedler, house 27 Webster avenue 
Rourke Patrick J. millman, boards 56 Charles 
Rourke Thomas, laborer, house rear 56 Charles 
Roust Joseph, blacksmith, house 108 Third 
Row Jabez F. painter, boards 19 Park 
Rowan Patrick, engineer (Mass. Gen. Hospital, B.), 

house 82 Cambridge [Cowperthwait 

ROWE HUGH, granite contractor, 45 Main, house 36 
Rowe John B. carpenter, house 54 Columbia 

GEO. B. JAMES & CO., Lumber, Wharves, junction Bridge and 
Cambridge streets, East Cambridge. Boston office 1£ State street. 
Lumber Manufacturers and Dealers, wholesale and retail. 


Rowe John J. stone-cutter, boards 36 Cowperthwait 

Rowe Joseph F. house Acorn, cor. Chestnut 

Rowe Patrick, stone contractor, 87 Broadway, house 

Boardman, near Harvard 
Rowe Peter, stone-cutter, house 25 Cowperthwait 
ROWE REUBEN B. express, order box 525 Main and 

(38 F.H. sq. Boston), house Springfield, n. Houghton, 

Rowe Samuel F. laborer, house 46 Brighton 
Rowell Ephraim Q. mason, h. Bigelpw, near Harvard 
Rowell Geo. W. engineer, Thurston, Hall & Co. house 

36 Market 
Rowland C. in Boston rolling mill, Portland 
Rowland Michael, tailor, house rear 45 Winter 
Rowland William, in Boston rolling mill, Portland 
Rowne John, harness maker, boards 127-| Bridge 
Rowne Thomas, baker, house 127£ Bridge 
Rowne William, harness maker, boards 127J Bridge 
Roy John Mrs. house 11 Flagg 
Roy Michael, moulder, house Hampshire, cor. Davis 
Royce Charles S". clerk, boards rear 8 Holyoke 
Royle Thomas, laborer, house Jefferson, n. Warren 
Rugg Charles W. engineer, Riverside, h. 9 Blackstone 
Rugg Geo. H. (Holmes & Rugg), wood and coal dealer, 

River, opp. City mill, house 60 Walnut 
Rugg Samuel F. coal (29 Doane, B.), house Linnaean, near 

Avon [29 Mill 

Ruggli Joseph A. boot and shoe maker, 7 Harvard row, h. 
Ruhling Frederick Mrs. house 16 Harvard 
Ruitte Charles R. seaman, boards 8 Beaver 
Rumrill Asenath Miss, house 127 Washington 
Rumrill Rebecca Miss, house 127 Washington 
Rundlett Taylor M. commission merchant (119 Broad, 

B.), house 217 Broadway 
Runey Lydia T. widow of Samuel S. h. 101 Thorndike 
Runkel Henry S. cabinet maker, house Harvey, near 

Rupert William H. grocer, 4 Pearl, h. 29 Putnam place 
Russ Charles B. artist, studio 438 Main, house do. 
Russ George L. ornamental painter (B.), house 10 Union 
Russ Wm. H. book binder, house 9 Union 
Russell Addie R. widow of Dexter, house 46 Pearl 
Russell Alden D. upholsterer, boards 8 Douglass 
Russell Amos, furniture and crockery, 535 Main, house 8 

Russell Amos W. cracker dealer, house 19 Essex 
Russell Charles D. compositor, house 450 Broadway 
Russell Charles L. constable and collector, h. 30 Franklin 

BILIi HEADS neatly printed by JOHN FORD <fc SON, Harvard 


Russell Charles T. counsellor (27 State, B.), h. 69 Sparks 
Russell Charles T. works J. P. Squire's, h. 7 Second st. ct. 
Russell Charles T. jr. student, H. U. boards 69 Sparks 
RUSSELL EDWARD G. clergyman, house 780 Main 
Russell Fisk, draughtsman (B.), h. 137 Washington 
RUSSELL FRANCIS F. furniture dealer and upholsterer, 

455 Main, house 11 River 
Russell Frank E. trader, boards 270 Broadway- 
Russell George R. clerk (cellar 5 F. H. market, B.), house 

402 Main 
Russell Henry E. (105 State, B ), boards 6') Sparks 
Russell James S. butcher, house 41 Orchard 
Russell John, laborer, house 17 Irving place 
Russell John F. mason, house 188 Bridge 
Russell John H. crack *r driver, house 9 Worcester 
Russell Joseph, laborer, 356 Broadway 
Russell Joseph B. clerk (60 State, B.), bds. 69 Sparks 
Russell Loring B. telegrapher, house 8 Douglass 
Russell Thomas Mrs. house 902 Main 
Russell Thos. F. shoe maker, boards 70 Inman 
Russell Wm. tinsmith, house 2 Gray place 
Russell Wm. W. mason, house Fourth, near Winter 
Ruston Thos. glass-maker, house 4 Lincoln 
Rutford John, moulder, house 9 Eighth 
Ruth George, laborer, boards 2 Water 
Ruth Jane Miss, fancy goods, 380 Cambridge, house do. 
Ruthven Margaret Miss, house 80 Sparks [Boston 

Rutledge William (Rutledge & Wilkins), brewer, house at 
Rutledge & Wilkins (William Rutledge and Walter L. 

Wilkins), brewers, Fifth, near Thorndike 
Ryan Bernard, laborer, boards 29 Winter 
Ryan Charles, clerk (B.), boards 93 Austin 
Ryan Charles H. carpenter, house 8 Donneli 
Ryan Daniel, helper, B. & L. R. R. shop, h. 12 Short 
Ryan Dennis, laborer, house 198 Norfolk 
Ryan E. B. in Boston rolling mill, Portland 
Ryan James F. plumber (B.), house 145 Columbia 
Ryan John, cooper, boards P. Tracey's, Rideout 
Ryan John, laborer, house Cambridge, near First 
Ryan John G. printer, house 14 Jay 
Ryan John J. moulder, house 42 Washington 
Ryan Joseph, cooper, house Cambridge, near Rideout 
Ryan Michael, laborer, bds. Lambert, near Cambridge 
Ryan Patrick, laborer, house Lambert, near Cambridge 
Ryan Thos. laborer, house 29 Webster avenue 
Ryan Thos laborer, house 42 Washington 
Ryan Timothy, millman, h. Lechmere blk. 128 Bridge 
Ryan Wm. fret-sawyer, house 4 Gore 

No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 Main street, Cambridgeport. 


Ryan Win. H. foreman, dry-press room, University Press, 

bouse at Brighton 
Ryder Chas. carpenter, house 21 River 
Ryder Edwin C. clerk (B.), boards 313 Broadway 
Ryder Emmons P. tuner, boards 125 Austin 
Rj'der Geo. E. com. mer. (101 Commercial, B.), house 

12 Magazine [313 Broadway 

Ryder George G. com. mer. (101 Commercial, B.), house 
Ryder Richard, ship master, boards 58 Norfolk 
Ryder Rodolphus, piano- forte action maker, house 6 Cherry 
Ryder Salathiel N. (Ryder & Davis), grocer, 126 Inraan, 

house do. [ vis )? grocers, 126 Inman 

Ryder & Davis (Salathiel N. Ryder and Edward A Da- 
Rydzinski Antoine, cabinet maker, boards 57 Charles 

SAFFORD AARON H. dry goods (35 Bromfield, B.), h. 

7 Fayerweather 
Safford Truman H. undertaker, Mt. Auburn, house at Bel- 
mont [station 
Sage Lewis, house Milk, near Union square, opp. Porter's 
Sales Mary C.'Miss, boards 160 Brattle 
Saltry John, mason, boards 24 Dunster 
Salway Alexander, house Montgomery, near Harvey 
Sampson Augusta, widow of William, house 650 Main 
Sampson Calvin P. student, H. U. rooms 59 Thayer 
Sampson William F. bookbinder, boards 650 Main 
Sampson William P. boots and shoes, Douglass' block, 

597 Main, house 42 Magazine 
Sampson David H. clerk, house rear 37 Garden 
Sampson Jacob A. coachman, house rear 37 Garden 
Samuel Isaac, tailor, 72 Cambridge, house 78 Fifth 
SAMUELS SAMUEL, dyeing and cleansing, 538 Main, 
house 3 Lake [Bridge 

Sanborn Abram B. machinist, B. & L. R. R. shop, h. 159 
Sanborn Ambrose H. machinist, B. & L. R. R. shop, h. 

123 Thorndike 
Sanborn Amos C. (Amos C. Sanborn & Co.), granite 
dealer, Sanborn's wharf, Bridge, house 149 Magazine 
SANBORN A. C. & CO. (Amos C. Sanborn, Hiram A. 
Kemp, James F. Sanborn, Benjamin S. Hoyt and Ly- 
man F. Sanborn), rough and hammered granite, San- 
born's wharf, Bridge (Boston office, 17 Court) 
Sanborn Charles A. butcher, house 10 Coggswell ave. 
Sanborn Charles A. jr. horse car driver, boards 10 Coggs- 
well ave. 
Sanborn Charles B. fireman B. & L. R. R. h. 159 Bridge 
Sanborn Daniel, teamster, house Garden court 
Sanborn Daniel, teamster, boards 135 Main 

CHILDREN'S BOOTS A Specialty. C. D. WILDER, 5557 Main 
street, Cambridgeport. 


Sanborn Edmund E. hoards 10 Coggswell ave. 

Sanborn George O. clothing (B.), boards 149 Magazine 

Sanborn James F. (A. C. Sanborn & Co.) granite dealer, 

Sanborn's wharf. Bridge, house 96 Magazine 
Sanborn Joel L. machinist, boards 416 Main 
Sanborn Joshua S. clerk, house 21 Franklin 
Sanborn Lyman F. (A. C. Sanborn & Co.), rough and 

hammered granite, boards 149 Magazine 
Sanborn Silas, boards 92 Thorndike [Thorndike 

Sanborn Silas, jr. clerk (Custom House, B.), house 92 
Sanborn Sulvilyer H. bookbinder (30 Hanover, B.), h. 

Magazine, cor. Walnut 
Sanborn Wilbor F. student, boards 15 Lopez 
Sanborn William H. house 1 Dover 
Sancrie Charles A. mason, house 142 Spring 
Sanderneaux Gilbert, laborer, house 97 Spruce 
Sanders James R. pedler, house 129 Prospect 
Sanders Samuel, agent (Citizen's Mutual Insurance Co. of 

Brighton), house 11 Market 
Sanders Thomas J. glass-maker, house rear 122 Otis 
Sanderson Christopher C. carpenter, house 27 Tremont 
Sanderson George O. tinplate worker, boards 12 Dunster 
Sanderson Joseph, policeman (B. & A. depot, B.), house 

10 Far well place 
Sanderson Simeon (North Market, B.), house 33 Pearl 
Sandison George R. carpenter, house 10 Brewer 
Sands Albert I. book-keeper (120 North, B.), bds. River, 

near Franklin 
Sands Benjamin F. flour (172 State, B.), house 20 Avon 
Sands Harriet E. Miss, millinery, 12 Harvard row, boards 

Ivory Sands', Banks 
Sands Ivory, house Banks, cor. Sands 
Sands James, teamster, house 132 Garden [Wyeth 

Sands John L. brick-maker, Walden, house Garden, cor. 
Sands Martin W. brick-maker, boards Wyeth, cor. Garden 
Sands Robert L. foreman, Union Monumental Marble 

works, house Mt. Auburn, opp. cemetery 
Sanger Charlotte K. Mrs. boards 472 Broadway 
Sanger Edward G. book-keeper (B.), house 9 Norfolk 
Sanger Edwin A. produce-dealer (34 F. H. market, B.), h. 

61 Pleasant [B.)j house 472 Broadway 

Sanger George P. counsellor at law (16 Sears building, 
Sanger George P. jr. student, H. U. boards 472 Broadway 
Sanger Irene F. Miss, teacher (99 Charles, B.), boards 472 

Sanger Isaac B. boards 10 South 

Sanger John W. clerk (Naylor & Co.,B.), bds. 472 Broad- 

ROBERT BACON «fc CO., Office 440 Main street, Cambridgeport. 
Patterns cut and materials for, Shirts furnished. 


Sanger Warren, cashier (Monument Nat. Bank, Charles- 
town), house Elm, cor. Davenport 
Sanger William C. student, H. U. rooms 24 Holworthy 
Sanger William T. clerk (19 Batterymarch, B.), boards 

472 Broadway 
Sarault John B. wood-turner, house Jefferson, n. Rideout 
Sargeant Samuel D. banker (7 Congress, B.), h. 20 Ware 
Sargent Amos W. (Sargent & Verity), grocer, 171 Main, 

house 173 do. 
Sargent Benjamin, jig sawyer, house Charles, near Sixth 
Sargent Dan. T. freight house, B. & A. R. R.jh. 24 Essex 
Sargent Galusha, pedler, house 377 Cambridge 
Sargent George A. student, H. U. rooms 32 Gray 
Sargent Henry, student, H. U. rooms 67 Thayer 
Sargent Howard, mariner, house 11 Follen 
Sargent James, tin pedler, boards 377 Cambridge 
Sargent John, collector Internal Rev. (30 Hanover, B.), 

house 53 Norfolk [Norfolk 

Sargent John D. cashier (30 Hanover, B.), boards 53 
Sargent Kimball D. newspaper dealer (B.), h. 4 Rockwell 
Sargent Nettle Miss, teacher, Boardman Primary school, 

boards 75 Franklin 
Sargent & Verity (Amos W. Sargent and John S. Verity), 

grocers, 171 Main 
Sassard John A. wig-maker (17 West, B.), house 36 Clark 
Sassard John E. wig-maker (17 West, B.), h. 36 Clark 
Saul William B. clerk (B.), boards 66 Columbia 
Saul William H. tailor (B.), house 62 Columbia 
Saunders Charles H. h. 50 North ave. [h. 38 No. ave. 
Saunders Francis E. dry goods, Harvard bl'k Harvard sq. 
Saunders Geo. A. salesman (151 Milk, B.), house 28 Pearl 
Saunders George E. bds. 9 Concord ave. 
Saunders George S. hardware (21 Dock sq. B.), house 9 

Concord avenue 
Saunders Horace (32 Washington, B.), house 1 Garden 
Saunders Joseph B. ale, beer, etc. 461 Main, h. 5 Holly pi. 
Saunders Samuel B. wheelwright, boards Porter's Hotel 
Saunders Watson, carpenter, boards Porter's Hotel 
Saunders William, clothing (B.), house 76 Harvard 
Saunders Wm. A. real estate (32 Washington, B.), house 

108 North avenue 
Saunders William E. (N. N. Stickney & Co.) lumber 

dealer, Winthrop wharf, bds. 108 North ave. 
Saunders Wm. H. slater, house 84 River 
Savage Chas. B. (David Savage & Son), expressman, 602 

Main, house 18 Sydney 
Savage Charles E. teamster, house 39 Charles 
Savage Charles W. student, H. U. rooms 68 College 



Savage David (David Savage & Son), expressman, 602 

Main, house at (Bath, Me.) 
SAVAGE DAVID & SON (David and Charles B. Sav- 
age), expressmen, 602 Main (Boston offices, 8 Court 

sq. and 3 Washington st.) 
Savage Edward C. express driver, bds. 115 Washington 
Savage Frank G. foreman, 48 Bridge, house at Everett 
Savage James M. carpenter, house 132 Otis 
Savage John, carpenter, house Avon, near Linnaean 
Savage John, organ tuner, boards 115 Washington 
SAVAGE JOHN, Jr. cashier, Lechmere National Bank, 

Cambridge, cor Second, house at Somerville 
Savage Lizzie C. Mrs. dressmaker, 22 Second, house do. 
Savage Mary E. Mrs bouse 62 Cambridge 
Savage Wil!iam B. with (Doe & Hunnewell, 198 Tre- 

mont, B.),bds. 78 Thorndike 
Savage William H. laborer, house 22 Second 
Sawin Abby, widow of John D. house 49 North ave. 
Sawin D. Harrison, expressman, house 10 Revere place 
Sawin John B. expressman, house 12 Farwell place 
Sawin Marv K. Miss, house 17 South 
SAWIN MOSES M. expressman, 14 Brighton, house 22 

Farwell place [Blackstone, B.), h. 49 North ave. 

Sawin Nathaniel D. hides, leather and country produce (15 
Sawin Robert L. book-keeper, house 148 Cambridge 
Sawin Samuel H. clerk, Wood's, bds. 11 Appian way 
Sawin Sarah L. Mrs. house 11 Appian way 
Sawin Sullivan O. expressman, house 11 Appian way 
Sawin's express, M. M. Sawin, proprietor, 14 Brighton 
Sawtell Benjamin, gate tender, B. & A. R. R. house 12 

Sawtell Frank L. paper, twine, etc, house 12 Warland 
Sawtell Geo. E. clerk, boards 12 Webster [Webster 

Sawtell William D. clerk (5 Merchants' row, B.), bds. 12 
Sawyer Albert F. painter, house 73 Columbia 
Sawyer Albert J. dentist, 569 Main, house 15 Brookline 
SAWYER CHARLES A. painter, 460 Main, bds. 520 do. 
Sawyer Charles M. baker, house 72 Washington 
Sawyer Charles W. painter, bcls. J. J. Shedd'3, Cottage 
Sawyer Edward, hairdresser, 381 Cambridge, boards at 

Sawyer Edward H. baker, house 104 Norfolk 
Sawyer Edwin F. clerk (32 School, B.), bds. 473 Main 
Sawyer Eleanor D. widow of Samuel, bds. 28 Gore 
Sawyer Eusebius, soap boiler, house 520 Main 
Sawyer Evelyn A. Miss, teacher, Reed Primary school, 

boards 9 Shepard 
Sawyer Frank, upholsterer, house 80 Pearl 

J. S. SAWYER, GRAVEL ROOFING, JVo. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 
Main street, Cambridgeport. 


Sawyer Franklin W. gas-fitter, bds. 473 Main 
Sawyer George E. clerk, 460 Main, bds. 520 do. 
Sawyer Howard M. (Pettingell, Moody & Sawyer), oiled- 
hat manufacturer, house 56 Second [ave. 
Sawyer Jabez A. attorney, (B-), h. Mt. Vernon, n. North 
Sawyer John J. assistant clerk of courts, Court House, E. 

Cambridge, house at Somerville 
SAWYER JOHN S. roofer and agent, Middlesex Fire 

Insurance Co. Hyde's blk. 603 Main, h. 65 Austin 
Sawyer Josiah, shoe dealer, 28 Brookline, house 39 Auburn 
Sawyer Lucy T. Miss, teacher, Reed Primary school, bds. 

9 Shepard 
Sawyer Lucy T. widow of Samuel, house 9 Shepard 
Sawyer Mary E. Miss, teacher, Willard Primary school, 

bds. Brookline, cor. Auburn 
Sawyer Otis S. jig sawyer, house 128 Gore 
Sawyer Rapha A. machinist, house 179 Cambridge 
Sawyer Robert W. student, H. U. rooms 33 Thayer 
Sawyer Thos J. house and sign painter (26 Green, B.), 

house 473 Main 
Sawyer William L. shoemaker, 431 Main, bds. 99 Austin 
Scagel Hiram, clerk, house rear 507 Main 
Scales True, mason, 605 Main, house 40 Pine 
Scanlan Daniel, plasterer, boards 24 Dunster 
Scanlan Edward, clerk, 376 Cambridge, boards 508 do. 
Scanlan Frank P. painter, 522 Main, house 198 Green 
Scanlan James, tailor, house 47 Essex 
Scanlan Jeremiah, laborer, house Montgomery, n. Spruce 
Scanlan Joseph F. watchmaker, bds. 47 Essex 
Scanlan Lewis G. car painter, house 11 Hancock 
Scanlan Thomas, laborer, house Foster, near Irving pi. 
Scanlan Timothy, house Third, near Cambridge 
Scanlan Timothy Mrs. millinery goods, Third, near Cam- 
bridge, house do. 
Scanlan William, laborer, house rear 61 Brighton 
Scarritt Edward L. law student, 1 2 Bow 
Sceva Henry, carpenter, house 481 Main 
Schaefer Louis, furniture finisher, bds. 21 Vine 
Schaefer William R. gunsmith (61 Elm, B.), house 4 

Ashburton place 
Schaffer Conrad, furrier, house 33 Market 
Schalmz Charles, foreman, finishing room at F. Gel- 

dowsky's, house 126 Spring 
Schakresky Paul, cabinet maker, house 131 Court 
Schetter Florens, house 8 Berkeley 

Schiebel John Conrad, carver, house 59 Vine [East Boston 
Schimdt John, cabinet maker, F. Geldowsky's, house at 
Schlumberger Robert, machinist, house 15 Washington 

street) Cambridgeport. . 


Schindler Albert, pedler, boards 56 Cambridge 
Schleib Gottleib, sugar refiner, house at Somerville 

Scblekely , carpenter, house Ninth, near Cambridge 

Schlittler Baltasar, blacksmith, house 36 Cambridge 
Schlettler Michael, varnisher, house Ninth, n. Cambridge 
Schmeizer Fritz, supt. 48 Bridge, house at Boston 
Schnieder Sejesmont, cabinet maker, F. Geldowsky, house 

at Boston Highlands 
Schneider Christian, cabinet maker, house 22 Reed 
Schneider William, cabinet maker, boards 22 Reed 
Schneller Florian, cabinet maker, boards 57 Fourth 
Schoch Jocob, varnisher, house 106 Third [Boston 

Schofield John, varnish polisher, F. Geldowsky, house at 

Schofield ; , cabinet maker, house rear 54 Gore 

Schofield William H. sewing machine agent, house Oxford, 

cor. Roseland 
Schoppelry Charles, jig-sawyer, bds. 98 Spring 
Schoppelry Thomas, jig-sawyer, house 98 Spring 
Schoppelry William T. carver, boards 98 Spring 
Schubarth Marthinius L. compositor, house 91 Wendell 
Schuler Frederick, currier, bds. North ave. near Rice 
Schultz Frederick, shoemaker j house 21 Seventh 
Schultz Henry, varnisher, house 19 Seventh 
Schultz James, clerk, house 3 Cottage 
Schultz William, shoemaker, house 21 Seventh 
Schutte William A. book-keeper, house rear 310 Harvard 
Schwamb John, picture-frame maker, house 14 Sydney 
Schwarlzwelder John, foreman, Doe &Hunnewell's, house 

147 Otis [at Somerville 

Scott Alexander F. salesman, A. H. Hews & Co. boards 
Scott Arthur L. master car painter, B. & L. R. R. house 

10 Leighton court 
Scott Charles, cooper, house 179 Cambridge 
Scott Charles W. artist, house 44 Pleasant 
Scott Edward, laborer, boards 121 Harvard 
Scott George, stone mason, house 26 Seventh 
Scott George H. blacksmith, 81 Main, house at Boston 
Scott John, boxmaker, house 9 Fifth 

Scott John, laborer, bds. Elizabeth B. Sullivan's, Winthrop 
Scott John H. bookbinder, house East Perry court 
Scott John W. A. artist, house 44 Pleasant 
Scott Mary, widow of Benjamin, h. East Perry court 
Scott Matthew, laborer, house rear 59 Harvard 
Scott Robert, carpenter, house 37 Garden 
Scott Robert, painter, house 13 Pine 
Scott Simon D. policeman, hous.e 13 Pine 
Scott Timothy A. printer, boards 99 Western ave. 
Scott William D. student, H. U. boaids 8 Berkeley 

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and Cambridge streets, East Cambridge. Boston office 14 Stat 
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Scranton Henry A. (H. A. & O. Scranton), wood-turner, 

house 36 Windsor 
SCRANTON H. A. & O. (Osbert and Henry A. Scran- 
ton), wood-turning and jig-sawing, Main, near Os- 

born's planing mill [house 69 Allston 

Scranton Osbert (H. A. & O Scranton), wood-turner, Main, 
Scranton Sarah Mrs. dress-maker, house 35 Windsor 
Scranton William F. wood-turner, house 5 Hamilton 
Scribner George, watchman, house 159 Pleasant 
Scribner John F. jig-sawyer, boards 21 Brooks 
Scribner John W. laborer, house 22 East [ant 

Scribner, Robert D. clerk (27 Winter, B ), bds. 159 Pleas- 
Scudder Emma A. Miss, asst. teacher High school, bds. 

Auburn, corner Magazine 
Scudder Horace E. (H. O. Houghton & Co.), Riverside 

Press, house 33 St. James avenue, Boston 
Scudder Mary B. widow of Alexander, h. Auburn, cor. 

Magazine [Main, bds. at Brookline 

Scudder Winthrop S. clerk, Walworth Manuf. Co. 368 
Sculley Thomas, laborer, in Boston rolling mill, Portland 
Scully Daniel, laborer, house 134 Webster avenue 
Scully Thomas Rev. pastor, St. Mary's church, house Nor 

folk, near the church 
Seagers J. Francis, cabinet maker, house 29 Seventh 
Sealy John, cabinet maker, 124 Harvard 
Searle Arthur, assistant at observatory, boards do. 
Searles Elizabeth Mrs. house 33 Bigelow 
Sears Antoine, oil finisher, house 26 Vine 
Sears David, student, H. U. rooms 21 Holyoke House 
Sears Edmund H. student, H. U. rooms 25 Stoughton 
Sears Frederick R. student, H. U. rooms 6 Weld 
Sears Hannah, widow of Clark, house 32 Mt. Auburn 
SEAVER BENJAMIN F. eating saloon (35 Avon, B ), 

house 15 Market [30 Seventh 

Seaver Chas. E. clerk (Bedford, cor. Chauncy, B.) house 
Seaver Edwin P. assistant professor of Mathematics, bds. 

17 Kirkland 
Seaver Isaac Mrs. house 30 Seventh 
Seaverns Geo. W. piano-forte action maker, Osborn's 

mills, State, house 41 Magazine [41 Magazine 

Seaverns Walter G. salesman (116 Summer, B.), house 
Seaverns William H. electrotyper, h. 6 Charles River 
Seavey Charles E. (Boston Stamping & Manufacturing 

Co. (93 North, B.), boards 615 Main 
Seavey Charles T. carpenter, house 227 Harvard 
Seavey Eben (93 North, B ), boards 615 Main 
Seavey George F. (Boston Stamping Co. 93 North, B ), 
house 24 Inman 

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Seavey Sarah J. widow of Orrin, house 90 Windsor 

Seavey Theodore B. carpenter, house 6 Washington ct. 

Seavey Theodore H. (9 Fulton, B.), h. 10 Trowbridge 

Secor Thomas E. student, H. XL rooms 38 Thayer 

Sedgwick Arthur G. lawyer (39 Court, B,), h. 71 Kirkland 

Seelye Norman M. machinist (70 Sudbury, B.), h. 94 Otis 

Seer, see also Cyr 

Seeslee Frederick, butcher, house 68 Vine 

Seifer Frederick, oil finisher, F. Geldowsky, house at 

Seldon Edward, porter, house 159 Norfolk 
Seligman David T. student, H. U. rooms 387 Harvard 
Sell James T. well sinker, house 28 Harrison 
Semple James, carpenter, house 43 Sacramento 
Semple John R. carpenter, house 263 Mt. Auburn 
Semple Thomas K. carpenter, house 43 Sacramento 
Semple William, house 43 Sacramento 
Sennott Edward T. blacksmith, house 3 Portland 
Sennott Patrick, wheelwright, North ave. cor. Cedar, bds. 

Reed, near Cedar 
Sennott Samuel, mason, h. Avon Hill, near Linnsean 
Senter Joseph H. assistant in the general Library, H. U. 

rooms 22 Divinity Hall 
Sessions Elizabeth R. house 2 Austin place 
Sever Charles W. bookseller, 464 Harvard, house foot of 

Frisbe place 
Severance Horace M. printer, house 10 Kinnard 
Severance H. Baxter, bookbinder, boards 10 Kinnard 
Severance Roswell, printer, house 12 Kinnard 
Sewall Samuel B. apothecary-clerk (B.), h. 100 Hampshire 
Sewall Theodore L. student, H. U. rooms 67 College 
Seward George R. clerk, boards 98 Austin 
Seward Josiah L. student, Divinity school, rooms 21 

Divinity Hall 
Seward Lucy A. Mrs. house 98 Austin 
Sexton Patrick, grocer, 376 Cambridge, h. 508 Cambridge 
Seymore Thomas, carpenter, house 262 Bridge 
Seymore Thomas, porter (B.), h. Elm, near Cambridge 
Seys Charles L. oil finisher, house rear 57 Charles 
Shackford Leonard, policeman, house 20 Shepard 
Shackley Owen, bread driver, house 8 Worcester 
Shackley Rebecca, widow of Rufus, house 103 Pearl 
Shadwell Geo. H. carpenter, house rear 81 Oxford 
Shaide Benjamin, musician, house 10 Fourth 
Shaide Joseph, blacksmith, boards 10 Fourth 
Shaler Nathaniel S. prof. Paleontology, Museum Compara- 
tive Zoology, house 13 Bow 
Shannessay Mary, widow of Thomas, h. 6 Baldwin court 

Xo. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 Main street, Cambridgeport. 


Shannon Bridget, Mrs. house 6 Baldwin court 
Shannon Michael, tinsmith, boards 97 Spruce 
Shannon Patrick, hostler, house Lechmere bldg. Bridge 
Shannon Thomas H. general advertiser (Howard Athe- 
naeum, B.), house 112 Court 
Shannon William J. bookbinder, house 104 Allston [pect 
Shapleigh Thomas W. (Oriental Tea Co. B.), h. 107Pros- 
Sharkey Bridget, widow of Patrick, house 1 Pioneer place 
Sharkey James, blacksmith, house 125 Elm 
Sharkey John, plasterer, boards 1 Pioneer place 
Sharkey Mackey, clerk, boards 1 Pioneer place 
Sharkey Patrick, at J. P. Squire & Co.'s, h. 16 Winter 
Sharpless Isaac, student, Scientific school, rms. 52 Brattle 
Sharpies Stephen P. chemist (150 Congress, B.), house 9 

Shattuck Benj. F. carpenter, 137 Bridge, h. at Charlestown 
Shattuck Harrison C. machinist, house 10 Chestnut court 
Shattuck John L. carpenter, house 67 Norfolk 
Shattuck John H. book-keeper (Chatham, B.), house 12 

Leighton court 
Shattuck Ralph W. (H. M. Houghton and Co.), grocer, 

house at Arlington 
Shattuck William, officer, House of Correction, bds. do. 
Shaughnessy Daniel, brush-maker, bds. 1 Mullen's block, 
Winter [Winter 

Shaughnessy James, glass-blower, bds. 1 Mullen's block, 
Shaughnessy John, brush-maker, house 500 Cambridge 
Shaughnessy Michael, laborer, h. 1 Mullen's blk. Winter 
Shaughnessy Michael, jr. brush-maker, bds. 1 Mullen's blk. 
Shaughnessy Patrick, laborer, house Bristol 
Shaughnessy Richard H. clerk, 113 Cambridge, boards 48 

Shavlin Francis A. stone cutter, house 92 Third 
Shaw Benj. F. super phosphate mnfr. Brighton, office (51 

Kilby, B.), house 94 Franklin 
Shaw Caleb B. expressman, house 11 Appian way 
Shaw Dan W. (Braman, Shaw & Co.), furniture manufr. 
Bridge, opp. Prison Point bridge, salesroom (27 Sud- 
bury, B.) house 127 North avenue 
Shaw Edward S. student, boards 10 Kirkland place 
Shaw Elnathan P. cabinet maker, house 138 Hampshire 
Shaw Francis, student, H. U. rooms 16 Weld 
Shaw Frank, boards 130 Spring 
Shaw George S. fancy goods (112 Washington, B.), house 

10 Kirkland place 
Shaw Henry A. cabinet maker, house 106 Windsor 
Shaw Jacob B. (Jacob B. Shaw & Co.) coal dealer, 5 
Broadway, h. 39 Essex 

street, Cambrid geport. 


SHAW JACOB B. & CO. (Jacob B. Shaw), coal dealers, 

5 Broadway 
Shaw John, mason, house 53 Clark 
Shaw John O. student, H. U. rooms 5 Thayer 
Shaw John M. collector (6 Park sq. B.), h. 16 Pleasant pi. 
Shaw Samuel, stoves (11 Marshall, B.), h. 39 Sacramento 
Shaw Thomas, teamster, h. Cambridge, opp. Distillhouse 
Shawmut Iron Works, 17 Main 
Shea Cornelius, laborer, house 17 Banks 
Shea Daniel, bar-tender, house 193 Hampshire 
Shea Daniel, glass-worker, house 4 North 
Shea Daniel, laborer, house 33 Dunster 
Shea Dennis, laborer, house 47 Fifth 
Shea Dennis, teamster, house Montgomery, near Spruce 
Shea Dennis J. tailor, 18 Brighton, house 25 DeWolf 
Shea Dennis A. at H. O. Houghton's, house 13 Valentine 
Shea James, laborer, house 13 Sparks 
Shea James, tailor (B.), house rear 122 Broadway 
Shea James, laborer, house 8 Willard place 
Shea James J. glass-blower, house 47 Fifth 
Shea Jeremiah, laborer, house Winthrop, near Brighton 
Shea John, laborer, house 3 Murdock 
Shea John, clerk, D. Brewer, bds. Jere. Shea's, Winthrop 
Sbea John, currier, house 229 Franklin 
Shea John, laborer, house 66 Harvard 
Shea John, laborer, house 33 Dunster 
Shea Julia, widow of John, house 4 North 
Shea Mary, widow of John, house foot of Murdock place 
Shea Michael, hostler, bds, James O'Brien's, Winthrop 
Shea Michael, laborer, house Sibley court 
Shea Michael, printer, 10 Arrow, house at Boston 
Shea Michael, vegetable pedler, house 5 Dyke 
Shea Michael H. electrotyper, boards rear 122 Broadway 
Shea Patrick, grocer, 145 Hampshire, house 143 do. 
Shea Patrick, teamster, Appleton Hubbard, house 31 

Charles River 
Shea Patrick, laborer, house rear Mt. Auburn, n. Sparks 
Shea Patrick, laborer, house 31 Charles River 
Shea Patrick, tailor (B.), house rear 122 Broadway 
Shea Peter, laborer, house 80 Brighton 
Shea Thomas, tailor, house 68 Harvard 
Shea Timothy, grocer, 185 Bridge, house 183 do. [burn 
Shea Timothy, printer, University Press, h. 193 Mt. Au- 
Shea Timothy, stone cutter, boards 143 Hampshire 
Shea Timothy D. clerk, 185 Bridge, boards 183 do. 
Sheafe John C. (Brooking & Sheafe), painter, 621 Main, 

house 32 Short [ity Hall 

Sheafe Josiah P. student, Divinit}' school, rooms 32 Divin- 

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Sheahan Joseph M. student, H. U. rooms 55 College 
Shean Patrick, boiler maker, boards 374 Main 
Sheash George, clerk (B.), house 111 Windsor 
Shedd Abigail S. widow of George, house 31 Pearl 
Shedd Alonzo, grocer, 101 Cambridge, house 33 Fourth 
Shedd James A. agent (Jordan, Marsh & Co. B.), h. 147 

Mt. Auburn 
Shedd Jefferson J. painter, house Cottnge, near Union sq. 
Shedd Leander S. book-binder, house 31 Park 
Shedd Peter A. laborer, h Lechmere block, Cambridge 
Sheehan Daniel, laborer, boards 132 Lechmere block 
Sheehan Mary Mrs. widow, house 202 Franklin 
Sheehan Michael, laborer, house 12 Hancock 
Sheehan Patrick, shoe-maker, 6 Pearl, house 200 Franklin 
Sheehan Patrick, laborer, house 41 Spruce 
Sheehan Patrick, laborer, house 41 Spruce 
Sheehan Thomas, shoemaker, house 37 Green 
Sheehan Timotlry, cabinet maker, boards 419 Cambridge 
Sheehy Frank, furniture polisher, boards 53 Fourth 
Sheen Dennis, laborer, house tl9 Cambridge 
Sheen Patrick, laborer, house 1 73 Norfolk 
Sheferdecker John, varnisher, house 24 Eighth 
Shehan George, laborer, boards 25 Fourth 
Shehan Jeremiah, laborer, house 144 Spruce 
Shehan Jeremiah, laborer, house 8 North 
Shehan John, laborer, h. Line, near Cambridge 
Shehan John, laborer, house 14 Sparks 
Shehan William, blacksmith, house 37 Baldwin 
Sheinfield Isaac, clothing, hats, caps, etc., 70 Cambridge, 

house do. 
Sheldon Edward S. proctor, H. U. rooms 43 Gray Hall 
Shelton Elizabeth, widow of William, house 7 Austin 
Shepard Adeline Miss, shirt maker, house 519 Main 
Shepard Eliza P. widow of Green, house 519 Main 
Shepard George C. student, H. U. rooms 57 College 
Shephard Augustus, carpenter, house 7 Suffolk 
Shephard Jared Mrs. house 73 Spring 
Shephard Mary E. dress maker, 7 Suffolk, house do. 
Shepherd Alexander F. carpenter, house 27 Trowbridge 
Shepherd Charles F. gilder, Riverside bindery, boards 27 

Shepherd Franklin C. clerk, house 6 Jay 
Shepherd Herbert M. clerk, Burrage, Shepherd & Co. bds. 

12 Sacramento 
Shepherd Joseph, laborer, house 19 Dublin 
Shepherd Obed C. builder, 19 Dublin, h. 8 Charles River 
Shepherd Sumner P. (Burrage, Shepherd & Co.), lumber 

dealer, Broadway, near Main, house 12 Sacramento 

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Shepley Francis B. student, H. U. rooms 28 Gray 
Shepley Orrin B. car-driver, house 27 River 
Sherdan Sarah Mrs. house J 22 Bvookline 
Sheridan Catharine, widow of Peter, house 17 Banks 
Sheridan James, laborer, boards 9 Broadway 
Sheridan John A. teamster, boards rear 180 Main 
Sheridan Michael F. blacksmith, boards 17 Banks 
Sheridan Michael H. wood-turner, house r. 159 Broadway 
Sheridan Patrick, teamster, house 68 Gore 
Sheridan Richard, house Winter, near Third 
Sherman Daniel, policeman, house 5 Pine 
Sherman George, baker, house Ninth, n. Cambridge 
Sherman John B. stone-cutter, bds. 5 Pine 
Sherman Samuel S. cigar maker, B. P. Clarke, house at 
Brighton [h. 2 PettengilFs court 

Sherriff Frank A. messenger, Camhridge National Bank, 
Sherriff Olive A. widow of Charles H. bds. 3 Petten- 
gilFs court 
Sherry Bridget, widow of Dennis, h. Walden, n. Dublin 
Sherry James, tailor, house 119 Third 
Sherry Martin, laborer, house rear 123 Court 
Sherwood John, laborer, house 116 Dublin 
Sherwood Samuel, student, H. U. rooms 17 Matthews 
Shevlin Frank, stone-cutter, house 92 Third 
Shewbridge Geo. Thomas, pattern maker, bds. 28 Watson 
Shields Owen, teamster, house East, near Hall's wharf 
Shifferdecka Charles, varnisher, house 24 Eighth 
Shilling J. currier, house Reed, near Harvey 
Shilling O. currier, house Reed, near Harvey 
Shindlar Caspar, sausage maker, 75 Sixth, bds. do. 
Shine John B. harness maker, boards 29 Cherry 
Shine Mary Mrs. house 14 East 

Shinnick Timothy, teamster, house Winter, cor. Bridge 
Shinnick William Rev. assistant pastor St. John's Catholic 

church, house 83 Otis 
Shleddler Melcheo, cabinet maker, house 106 Third 
Shorey Charles E. S. clerk, Huckins' mill, Brighton, h. 

at Boston 
Shorey George L. student, H. U. rooms 40 Mt. Auburn 
Shorey Joel L. clerk, Thorndike, n. Eighth, house 6 

Second street ct. 
Shorey John R. gas-fitter, house 97 Vine. 
Short Charles, laborer, house Hampshire, n. Prospect 
Short Daniel, laborer, house 210 Columbia 
Short James, laborer, house Columbia, n. Somerville line 
Short John, blacksmith, 244 Main 
Short John, horse-trader, house 30 Somerset 
Short John A. moulder, house 9 School 

J. S. SAWYER, GRAVEL ROOFING, No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 
main Street, Camhrldgeport. 


Short Matthew, car-builder, house 9 School 

Short Matthew Mrs. house 9 School 

Short Patrick, laborer, house 212 Columbia 

Short Samuel J. spring-bed maker, house 9 School 

Shorten Daniel, glass-cutter, house 63 Winter 

Shuler John, barrel dealer, Cambridge, c. Hunting, h. do. 

Shultz Henry, varnisher, house 19 Seventh 

Shuman Henry, tool-maker (B.), house 7 Franklin 

Sias Charles D. clerk (201 Washington, B.), boards 359 

Sias William, boards 359 Harvard 
Sias William W. clerk (B.), boards 74 Inman 
Sibley John L. librarian of Harvard College, house 9 

Phillips place 
Siddler F. W. cabinet maker, 124 Harvard, h. River 
Siefert Charles A. barometer maker (70 Washington, B.), 

house 6 Leighton court 
Sigel Joseph, varnisher, house 17 Seventh 
Silsbee Arthur B. student, H. U. rooms 32 Weld 
Silsbee George S. student, H. U. rooms 40 Weld 
Silva Frank, "frame finisher, boards 128 Vine 
Silva Frank, mariner, bouse 90 Third [at Boston 

Silva Frederick J. cabinet maker, F. Geldowsky's, house 
Silva John, cabinet maker, house 7 Mullins court 
Silva John, painter, boards 121 Harvard 
Silva John, teamster, house 9 Vine 
Silva Manuel, helper, F. Geldowsky's, house at Boston 
Silva Manuel P. at Geldowsky's, h. Cambridge, n. Bridge 
Silva Peter, oil finisher, house 90 Third [ville 

Silva Thomas I. hairdresser, 99 Cambridge, h. at Somer- 
Silver Francisco R. hairdresser, 97 Cambridge, boards 

Third, cor. Cambridge 
Sim James boiler maker, house 19 Washington 
Sime Thomas (Sime & Cunningham), grocer, 122 Colum- 
bia, house 17 Austin [ham), grocers, 122 Columbia 
Sime & Cunningham (Thomas Sime and James Cunning- 
Simmons Edward E. student, H. U. rooms 19 Holworthy 
Simmons George P. fish pedler, house 7 Fifth 
Simmons James W. gardener, house 56 Washington 
Simmons John F. student, H. U. rooms 8 Stoughton 
Simmons William, book-keeper, house 63 School 
Simms James, house 31 Union 
Simms Oliver, carpenter, house 31 Union 
Simon Joseph, laborer, house 19 Fifth 
Simonds Charles F. ivory layer, house 35 Windsor 
Simonds Elvira, widow of Stiilman, bds. 5 Worcester 
Simonds Joseph, real estate agent (36 Washington, B.), 
house 100 Prospect 

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Simonds Samuel, carpenter, house 10 Union 

Simonds Warren W. policeman, house 11 Antrim 

Simonds William, clerk, 288 Broadway, house 63 Prospect 

Simons Joseph L. carpenter, house 171 Windsor 

Simpson Alexander, carpenter, bds. 26 Holyoke 

Simpson Angeline, widow of Charles, house 59 Hastings 

Simpson Bartlett, cabinet maker (B.), house 127 Harvard 

Simpson Charles H. book-keeper (B.), house 37 Windsor 

Simpson David, salesman, house 453 Main 

Simpson Harrison, carpenter, 579 Main, house 60 River 

Simpson Harry A. teamster, boards 8 Green 

Simpson James, baker, house 86 Elm 

Simpson John E. servant, 410 Harvard, boards do. 

Simpson Mary, widow of John, house 10 Arlington 

Simpson Sadie A. Mrs. fruit and confectionery, 453 Main, 

house do. 
Simpson Willard E. box maker, house 180 Broadway 
Simpson William, laborer, L. R. R. boards 53 Fourth 
Simpson William, laborer, boards 68 Brighton 
Simpson Wm. A. boards 10 Arlington 
Sinclair James, laborer, boards Charles, near Fifth 
Sinclair Mary B. Mrs. book-keeper, 10 Arrow, house 34 

SINCLAIR ROBERT, baker, 110 Main, house do. 
Sinclair Robert A. picture-frame maker (89 Sudbury, B.), 

boards 110 Main 
Singer John, carpenter, boards 186 Gore 
Singleton Thomas, glass-cutter, house 107 Spring 
Sisters of the Congregation of Notre Dame, 236 Harvard 
Siverly Joseph, packer, house 48 Spring 
Skahan James, blacksmith, Elm, n. Webster ave. house 

at Somerville 
Skahen Thomas, laborer, house Tuttle, near Donnell 
Skahen Wm. laborer, house Spruce, near brickyard 
Skelley Edward F. glass-maker, bds. 19 Winter 
Skelley John W. saloon, Winter, cor. Third, bds. 19 Winter 
Skelton Horace, carpenter, house rear 45 Norfolk 
Skelton Horace jr. piano-forte action maker, house rear 

45 Norfolk 
Skillings David N. (Skillings, Whitney Bros. & Barnes), 

lumber dealer, Prison Point, house at Winchester 
Skillings, Whitney Brothers & Barnes (David N. Skil- 
lings, Charles Whitney, David Whitney and Law- 
rence Barnes), lumber merchants, Prison Point, office 
(5 Kilby, B.) [ster ave. 

Skinner Atlas, porter (City Hall, B.), boards 100 Web- 
Skinner Cornelius V. bookbinder, Riverside, h. at Boston 
Skinner Demsey, laborer, house 100 Webster ave. 

GEO. B. JAMES «fc CO., Lumber, junction Bridge and Cam- 
bridge streets, JEast Cambridge. Boston office 14 State street* 
Eastern and 'Western Lumber of every variety. 


Skinner John M. joiner, boards 127 Prospect 

Skivanton Patrick, bouse 16 Vine 

Slack Robert H. architect (18 Pemberton square, B.), h. 

37 Wendell 
Slaney William, machinist, house 71 Gore 
Slater Jeremiah, laborer, house 62 Harvard 
Slater Luther, house 134 Austin 
Slattry Peter, currier, boards 85 Wendell 
Sleeper Frank H. student, H. U. rooms 126 North ave. 
Sleeper Oliver, tailor (37 Temple place, B.), house 167 

Brookline [North ave. 

Sleeper Sias S. grocer (35 South Market, B.), house 126 
Sliney Nancy A. widow of Thomas, groceries, 152 Court, 

house do. 
Sloan James, carpenter, boards 97 Windsor 
Sloan Eliza J. widow of Robert M. house 48 Fifth 
Sloan Joseph A. salesman, house 20 Essex [Auburn 

Slocomb Oscar J. hat-maker (83 Union, B.), boards 109 
Slocomb Samuel, house 73 Otis 

Slocomb Sarah, widow of Emmons, house 28 Seventh 
Slocum Nathaniel W. salesman (97 Court, B.), house 108 

Slowey Ann, widow of Patrick, house 73 Bolton 
Small Albert M. mason, boards 15 Suffolk 
Small Charles W. carpenter, house 8 Village 
Small David, carpenter, boards 41 Cedar 
Small Frank M. clerk P. O. (B.), house 140 Harvard 
Small John G. clerk (P. O., B.), house 110 Auburn 
Small R. Gardner, machinist F. Draper & Co. (E. Cam- 
bridge), house 62 Sacramento 
Small Sullivan R. carpenter, h. 4 Symond's bl'k, DeWolf 
Small William, plasterer, house Porter, near Medford 
Smallidge Frank W. bookbinder (Sudbury, B.), boards 26 

Sixth [130 Otis 

Smallidge Jeremiah W. (Alden & Co.), broom-maker, h. 
Smallidge Mary E. Miss, teacher, Dunster Primary school, 

boards 130 Otis 
Smallman John, carpenter, house 41 Cedar [ 36 Sydney 
Smart Don Carlos, rubber doorstop manuf. 382 Main, h. 
Smart John P. agent, house 55 Union 
Smeade Azor A. boards 50 Trowbridge 
Smiley Ephraim, laborer, boards 63 School 
Smiley Matilda, widow of Edward, boards 63 School 
Smiley James, piano-forte varnisher (700 Harrison ave. 

B.), boards 32 Putnam 
Smith Abbie E. widow of Sidney, house 25 Bow 
Smith Abner, teamster, boards 9 Broadway 
Smith Abram, house 41 Washington 

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Smith Adam C. baker, house 46 Tremont 
Smith Albert, building mover, boards rear 56 Winter 
Smith Alfred, cabinet maker, boards 41 Market 
Smith Alonzo R. grocer, North ave. cor. Walden, house 
Chester, near North ave. [Washington, n. Moore 

Smith Alpheus K. (Frasier & Smith), 454 Main, house 
Smith Alvah C. Dr. house 66 Inman 
Smith Barney, horse-shoer, boards 17 Harvard 
Smith Benjamin G. house 11 Fayerweather 
Smith Bernard, compositor, boards 2 South 
Smith Burrill jr. waiter, boards 41 Cedar 
Smith Calvin S. carpenter, house Seventh street court 
Smith Catherine Miss, house 14 Winter 
Smith Catharine, widow of James, house 83 Elm 
Smith Charles, upholsterer, boards 13 River 
Smith Charles F. piano-hammer coverer, h. 17 Washington 
Smith Charles H. grocer, 473 Main, boards 462 do. 
Smith Charles H. painter, house 60 Pleasant 
Smith Charles H. varnisher, house 22 Harvard 
Smith Charles J. moulder, house 3 Sceva place 
Smith Charles M., Riverside Press, house 38 Erie 
Smith Charles R. bookkeeper (209 State, B.), house 5 

Williams [121 Brattle 

Smith Chauncy, counsellor (5 Pemberton square, B.), h. 
Smith Clarke, R. R. agent (82 Washington, B.), house 1 

Amory place 
Smith Clement L. tutor in Latin, H. U. house 10 Mason 
Smith Curtis, carpenter, house 192 Norfolk 
Smith Daniel S. boards 9 Pleasant 

Smith David, cutter (91 Devonshire, B.), h. 26 Brookline 
Smith David H. carpenter, house 12 Austin 
Smith Edmund, florist, 32 Linnaean, h. do. [Mt. Auburn 
Smith Edward F. salesman (90 Tremont, B.), boards 104 
Smith Edward H. insurance agent, house 30 Magazine 
Smith Edward S. in Lowell passenger depot (B.), house 

- 75 Third 
Smith Edwin A. sawyer, house Gore, near Third [tin 

Smith Edwin E. leather (24 Exchange, B.), bds. 124 Aus 
Smith Edwin W. machinist, house 135 Thorndike 
Smith Eliza F. widow of Thomas D. house 40 Spring 
Smith Elbridge, carpenter, house 136 Pleasant 
Smith Elwin H. tuner (Cambridge, cor. Charles, B.), h. 

48 Hamilton 
Smith Fannie S. widow of Lemuel, house 464 Main 
Smith Francis, tailor, North ave. cor. Russell, house 180 

Dublin, near Spruce 
Smith Frank, currier, house Eustis court, near Oxford 
Smith Frank H. artist (161 Tremont, B.), bds. 11 Everett 

No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 Main street, Cambridge port. 


Smith Frank L. clerk (Henry Damon's, B.), bds. Forest, 
cor. Frost [Boston 

Smith Frank P. bookbinder, University Press, boards at 
Smith Frederick H. bookbinder, house 106 Austin 
Smith George, laborer, boards 8 Murdock place 
Smith George, lather, boards 209 Columbia 
Smith George B. cabinet maker, house 82 Sixth 
Smith George C. laborer, house 186 Gore [Frost 

Smith George D. jeweller (162 Washington, B.), house 5 
Smith George E. commission merchant (6 Central wharf, 

B.), house 51 Third 
Smith George G. currier, boards Eustis court, n. Oxford 
Smith George M. bookkeeper, boards 323 Broadway 
Smith George T. clerk, boards 5 Williams 
Smith George W. carpenter, house 110 Pearl 
Smith Gilbert M. mason, h. 56 Brighton [Elmwood ave. 
Smith Godfreid, laborer, house rear Mt. Auburn, near 
Smith Grace, widow of Owen, house 209 Columbia 
Smith Hamilton I. student, H. U. rooms 25 Matthews 
Smith Harriet, widow of Samuel, house 167 Thorndike 
Smith Harry, glass-cutter, boards 94 Gore 
Smith Henry A. nurse, city hospital (B.), house 8 Union 
Smith Henry D. livery stable, Bridge, junction Gore, h. 

158 Prospect 
Smith Henry H. clerk, 88 Cambridge, bds. 106 Thorndike 
Smith H. Julius (B.), house 44 Shepard 
Smith H. Porter, woolens (B.), house 41 Dana 
Smith Hiram W. watchmaker (29 Washington, B.), house 
21 Plymouth [mouth 

SMITH HIRAM W. MRS. preserver of flowers, 21 Ply- 
Smith Hurbert, building mover, boards rear 56 Winter 
Smith Hugh, porter, house Warren, near Jefferson 
Smith James, brakeman, B. & L. N. R. R. boards Man- 
sion House, Gore 
Smith James, cabinet maker, house 31 East Perry 
Smith James, laborer, house 189 Norfolk 
Smith James, house 22 Walnut court 
Smith James, cutler (191 Washington, B.), house 7 Jay 
Smith James, shoemaker, boards 47 Western ave. 
Smith James A. L. hairdresser, 539 Main, h. 32 Pleasant 
Smith James C. moulder, house 3 Sceva place 
Smith James H. book-keeper, 21 Hampshire, bds. 70 Inman 
Smith James H. cabinet maker, house 124 Green 
Smith James H. coffin polisher, 203 Bridge, house at 

Smith James H. waiter, 104 Mt. Auburn, boards do. 
Smith James S. ticket agent (Old State House, B.), house 
39 Hamilton 

street, Cambridgeport. 


Smith Jane C. widow of John N. house 103 Walnut 
Smith Jared E. tuner (Charles, cor. Cambridge, B.), house 

30 Howard • 
Smith Johanna, widow of George F. house 329 North^ave. 
Smith John baker, house 189 Franklin 
Smith John, car-washer, house 5 Dinsmore ct. 
Smith John, carriage-washer, boards 19 Washington ct. 
Smith John, carriage-washer, house Cambridge, cor. First 
Smith John, carver, house 27 Gore 
Smith John, hostler, house Willard, near Mt. Auburn 
SMITH JOHN A. secretary, Cambridge Mutual Fire 

Insurance Co. 555 Main, house 144 Pearl J 

Smith John B. cooper, house Stinson court, near Porter 
Smith John C. works Wentworth's, boards 5 Holly 
Smith John D. porter, Riverside, house 7 Stinson ct. 
Smith John E. painter, boards 103 Walnut 
Smith John E. cabinet maker, house 75 Gore 
Smith John P. car-driver, house 39 Baldwin 
Smith John R. carpenter, house Warren, near'Cambridge 
Smith John R. lawyer, 128 Cambridge, house Warren 
Smith Jordan, grocer, 88 Harvard, house do. 
Smith Joseph, cabinet maker, house 119 Harvard 
Smith Joseph T. carpenter, boards 61 Third 
Smith Joseph W. machinist, boards 95 Columbia 
Smith Joseph W. brick manufacturer (Martha's Vineyard), 

house 13 Avon [folk 

Smith Joshua B. caterer (10 Bulfinch, B.), house 37 Nor- 
Smith Josiah C. gas-fitter (173 Tremont, B.), h. 10 Sydney 
Smith J. Charles, grocer, North ave. cor. Dover, h. 11 Rice 
Smith Lewellyn, clerk, boards 11 Temple 
Smith Lewis, cobbler, house 28 Fourth 
Smith Louis F. hair-dresser, 590 Main, house 23 Fremont 
Smith Maria A. widow of Billings, house 70 Columbia 
Smith Martha H. widow of Jeremiah, house 11 Everett 
Smith Martin L. wood and coal dealer, 180 Main, L. P. 

house 323 Broadway 
Smith Maria, widow, house 98 Hampshire 
Smith Mary A. widow of Ebenezer, house Mt. Auburn, 

opp. cemetery 
Smith Michael, waiter, house 25 Crane 
Smith Michael, laborer, house 167 Norfolk 
Smith Michael H. brush-maker, house 112 Court 
Smith Moses, conductor, U. R. Co. house 156 Mt. Auburn 
Smith Olive, widow, house 87 Washington 
Smith Patrick, laborer, house 17 Harvard 
Smith Patrick, laborer, boards 189 Norfolk [Cambridge 
Smith Peter J. sawyer, 382 Main, house 189 Norfolk, near 
Smith Philip, mill-man, F. Geldowsky, house at Somerville 

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Smith Robert, book-keeper (128 State, B.), house Mead 

Smith Rebecca K. widow of James, house 30 Magazine 

Smith R. D. widow, house 131 Brookline 

Smith R. S. Mrs. house 17 Wendell 

Smith Sarah, widow of Jesse, house 291 Cambridge 

Smith Simeon F. fish pedler, house 36 Auburn 

Smith Stillman J. lightning rod dealer, boards 9 Pleasant 

Smith Taylor F. clerk (61 Clinton, B.), boards 1 Chauncy 

Smith Tamsin, widow of Joseph D. house 22 Front 

Smith T. Frank, drug clerk, 28 River, boards do. 

Smith Thomas, horse shoer, 436 Main, house 73 School 

Smith Thomas, butcher, house Harvey, near Clinton 

Smith Thomas, laborer, boards rear 196 Green 

Smith Thomas L. wine merchant (61 Clinton, B.), house 

1 Chauncy 
Smith Wellington, foreman, 43 Main, house 2 Broadway 
Smith William, cabinet maker, house 31 East 
Smith William, compositor, Riverside (h. 82 Waltham, B.) 
Smith William, printer, house 139 Brookline 
Smith William, hair-dresser, Windsor, cor. Main, house 
37 Hampshire [Florence 

Smith William, cabinet maker, house Magazine, opp. 
Smith William C. cutter, boards at Prospect House, Main 
Smith William H. clerk, boards 46 Tremont 
Smith William H. printer (B.), house 55 Broadway 
Smith William H. H. hostler, house 34 Fourth 
Smith William P. clerk, boards 144 Pearl 
Smoker Frederick, boards 17£ Gore 
Smye Joseph, gardener, house 1 Chestnut 
Smytherman William, laborer, house 49 Clark 
Sneden Mary F. wido.w of Stephen W. house 6 Everett pi. 
Snell William, car-builder, B. & L. R. R. shop, house 74 

Snell William, carpenter, house 13 River 
Snow Ambrose, carpenter, house 20 Hancock 
Snow Byron M. clerk (B.), house Magazine 
Snow Charles E. painter, house 34 Pearl 
Snow David A. carpenter, house 60 Auburn 
SNOW EBEN, cashier, Charles River Bank, and treas- 
urer of the Cambridge Savings Bank, house 7 Fayer- 
Snow Edgar, cabinet maker, house 102 Gore 
Snow Eugene J. student, Scientific school, rooms 16 Thayer 
Snow George F. clerk, house 34 Pearl 
Snow George K. president Reversible Collar Co. 10 Ar- 
row, house at Watertown 
Snow Henry E. clerk, house 39 Pine 
Snow Humphrey L. dry goods (B.), house 4 Langdon 

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Snow James H. (Millan & Snow), fish and oyster dealer, 

21 Brattle, house 12 DeWolf 
Snow Joseph, carpenter, house foot of Forest 
Snow Leonard, children's carriage manufacturer (607 

Washington, B.), house 45 Mt. Auburn 
Snow Nancy, widow of William, house 34 Pearl 
Snow Nathaniel A. salesman (New York), h. 60 Auburn 
Snow Samuel, counsellor (17 Pemberton sq. B.), house 

8 Wendell 
Snow Sarah Mrs. house 10 Wendell [h. 127 Magazine 
Snow Seymour B. cashier, Cambridgeport National Bank, 
Snow Simeon, leather (B.), house 7 Bigelow 
Snow S. Augustus, clerk (102 Union, B.), h. 4 Allston ct. 
Snow William M. book-keeper and messenger, Charles 

River National Bank, boards 7 Fayerweather 
Snyder James C. tinsmith, house 77 Broadway 
Soley John J. broker (13 Exchange, B.), house Putnam, 

cor. Green 
Solomons Coleman, pedler, house Brookline, n. Lopez 
Somerby Chas. A. organ pipe-maker, Second, cor. Gore, 

boards do. 
Somerby Hannah, widow of Samuel, boards 15 Wendell 
Somerby Washington F. real-estate agent, house 3 Avon 
Sommerman Henry, bookbinder, Riverside, h. 40 Putnam 
Soper Horatio T. street-paver, house 175 Main 
Soper James B. book-keeper (236 Tremont, B.), house 60 

Sophocles Evangelinus A. university professor of Ancient 

Byzantine and Modern Greek, rooms 3 Holworthy 
Sortwell Alvin F. book-keeper, J. K. Hodgdon, boards 

59 Otis [59 Otis 

Sortwell Daniel R. pres. Cambridge National Bank, house 
Soule Benjamin T. fruits (22 Union, B ), h. 28 Clinton 
Soule George W. foreman, D. & H. Gore's wharf, Court, 

house do. [110 Washington 

Soule William, house-carpenter (163 Albany, B.), house 
Soule William S com. mer. (195 Congress, B.), house 73 

Thorndike [Prospect 

Southac Frank, organ action maker, Main, boards 125 
Southack James H. organ action maker, Main, house 32 

Southard Emily A. Mrs. house 137 Washington 
Southick John, jig sawyer, house 71 Washington 
Southward George, travelling agent, house 111 Windsor 
Southward Thomas, trunk-maker (Rich & Pitman, B.), 

house 46 Fifth 
Southwick George W. glass-maker, boards 26 Third 
Southworth George M. apothecary, 439 Main, h. 7 Sydney 

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South worth Robert A. student, H. U. rooms 10 Hollis 
Spain William, shoemaker, 557 Main, house 4 School 
Spalding Will S. clerk (B.), house 108 Prospect 
Spare Maria E. Miss, teacher, Putnam Grammar school, 

boards 69 Spring 
Sparhawk Mary, widow of John B house 46 Williams 
Sparks Jared Mrs. house Quincy, near Kirkland 
Sparks William Eliot, bds. Mrs Jared Sparks, Quincy 
Sparrow Benjamin F. (2 Pearl, B.), house 49 Columbia 
Sparrow Emeline Miss, house 32 Magazine [Auburn 

Sparrow James H. carpenter and builder, Auburn ct. h. 62 
Sparrow Richard K. salesman (Hanover, B.), house 41 

Sparrow Susan Miss, house 32 Magazine 
Spaulding Frank, bds. 53 Windsor [rear 134 Broadway 
Spaulding Jacob C. moulder, Boston Rolling mills, house 
Spaulding James H. organ-tuner, boards 326 Broadway 
Spaulding James R. maps and charts (147 Court, B.), 

house 80 Fourth 
Spaulding Lemuel B. milkman, boards 71 Vine 
Spaulding Warren F. asst. editor (129 Washington, B.), 

house 473 Main 
Spaulding W. F. blacksmith, boards 135 Main 
Spear Everett A. stone-cutter, boards 135 Main 
Spear Frank, driver, cracker-cart, boards 9 Worcester 
Spear George G. jr. book-keeper, Alexander McDonald, 

house Mt. Auburn, opp. the cemetery 
Spellman Anthony, house 15 Dinsmore ct. 
Spellman Malachi M. blacksmith, Cherry, cor. School, 

house 2 rear Fisk's block 
Spelman Israel M. pres. Arkwright Ins. Co. (10 Pember- 

ton square, B.), house 62 Sparks 
Spencer Albert A. clerk (B.), bds. 82 Washington 
Spencer Charles H. clerk (B.), house 17 Market [Clark 
Spencer Charles H. clerk (293 Washington, B.), house 18 
Spencer Daniel, porter, house 92 Harvard 
Spencer Ewin J. wheelwright, house 70 Webster ave. 
Spencer George, cabinet-maker, house 123J Windsor 
Spencer George F. book-keeper (B.), house r. 125 Spring 
Spencer Hosea, mason, house 82 Washington [Spring 

Spencer William H. tin-worker (Union, B.), house r. 125 
Spillane Cornelius, liquors, 283 Cambridge, house do. 
Spillane Jeremiah, carpenter, house 51 Gore 
Spillane John J. lager-beer saloon, 279 Cambridge, h. do. 
Spillhue John, in Boston Rolling mill, Portland 
Spindler Richard, house-carpenter, house 8 Hancock 
Spinney William F. student, H. U. rooms 35 College 
Spooner Allen, confectioner, house 1 Leighton court 

street, Cambridgeport. 


Spooner William A. engineer, "Woodbury & Co. house 104 
Cambridge [house 30 Spring 

Spragg Edward W. confectioner (4 Tremont Row, B.), 
Sprague Rufus, type-finisher (B.), h. 13 Dover 
Sprague William F. salesman (B.), house 16 Hancock 
Spring Frank, carpenter, boards 88 Mt. Auburn 
Springer Oliver H. carpenter, house 33 Holyoke 
Springsteen John, porter, boards 13 Webster ave. 
Sproul Andrew, policeman, h. Harrison ct. cor. Wright 
SPROUL JOHN L. plumber, 218J North ave. bds. 5 

Coggswell ave. 
Sproule Alexander W. machinist, house rear 157 Harvard 
Sproule Charles E. photographer (^7 Tremont row, B.), h. 

58 Thorndike 
Sprowle Joseph, laborer, house 129 Washington 
Squire John P. (John P. Squire & Co.), provision dealer, 

Gore, near Sixth, house at Arlington 
SQUIRE JOHN P. & CO. (John P. Squire, Hiland Lock- 
wood and W. Washington Kimball), provision dealers 
(23 and 25 Faneuil Hall Market, and 39 North 
Market, B.), pork house, Gore, near Sixth 
Stackpole Frederick D. student, H. U. rooms 1 1 Hollis 
Stackpole Joseph, stair-builder, house 96 Spring 
Stackpole Joseph jr. hatter, boards 96 Spring 
Stacy Edward P. bookbinder (70 Sudbury, B.), house 

River, opp. Williams 
Stacy George W. clerk, 17 Brattle sq. h. 52 Winthrop 
Stacy Geo. W. painter, 608 Main, house 19 Perry 
Stacy John, piano-forte action maker, house Wallace, near 

Stacy Lydia L. widow of James B. house 4 Pine 
Stafford Alfred, upholsterer, house 91 Allston 
SafTord James, shoemaker, house rear 19 Cowperthwait 
Stafford James S. gas-fitter, boards Broadway House 
Stafford John, driver baker wagon, house 20 Brighton 
Stafford John S. gas-fitter, 651 Main, h. 32 Western ave. 
Stafford Louisa, widow of Thomas, house 91 Allston 
Stafford Norman M. marble cutter, house 5 Nichols place 
Stable Tobias, cabinet-maker, boards 200 Cambridge 
Stall Samuel, conductor, U. R. R. boards 91 Columbia 

Stalldron , watchmaker, house 131 Spring 

Standingter Frederick, brushmaker, house 55 Gore 

Stanger Louis, varnisher, boards 25 Sixth 

Stanley Henry E. pedler, house 109 Otis 

Stanton Ann, widow, house 170 Norfolk 

Stanton Charles, painter, h. 47 Gore [.h 170 Norfolk 

Stanton David J. Mrs., fancy dry-goods, 408 Cambridge, 

Stanton John, boiler-maker, boards 1 Pioneer 

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Stanton Richard F-, hair-dresser, 117 Cambridge, bds. do. 
Stanton Sophronia, widow of Newell, house 47 Gore 
Staples Albert H. insurance agent, house 1 Union 
Stapley Samuel, clerk (52 Union, B.), house 91 Sixth 
STARBUCK JAMES C. stoves, furnaces, etc., 423 and 

425 Main, house 139 Washington 
Stafford Alfred, upholsterer, house 91 Allston 
Stark William, cabinet-maker, boards 40 Broadway 
Stark William F. book-keeper (100 Hanover, B.), house 

24 Wendell 
Stark William R. carpenter, 18 Arrow, rooms do. 
Starklo John, oil-polisher, boards 200 Cambridge 
Start William A. Rev. house 15 Beech 
Stayner John D. printer, house 45 Tremont 
Stayner William R. (Stayner & Hall), stoves, &c, 637 

Main, house 43 Pearl 
Stayner & Hall (William R. Stayner and Joseph Hall), 

stoves, furnaces, &c, 637 Main 
StClair John M. house 8 Front 
StClair Sarah, widow, house 51 Hastings 
Stearns Alfred W. carpenter. Mill, h. 1 Symonds' Block, 

Stearns Amos F. house 43 Seventh 

Stearns Amos O. junk dealer (57 Brattle, B.), h. 44 Seventh 
Stearns August, laborer, house 64 Harvard 
Stearns Charles, car-driver, boards 12 Dunster 
Stearns Charles E. carriage painter, house 17 Wallace 
Stearns Charles F. book-keeper, house 74 Allston 
Stearns Francis F. carpenter, boards 34 Auburn 
Stearns George H. at James Pike's stable, 904 Main, h. 

46 Shepard 
Stearns George O. junk-dealer, boards 44 Seventh 
Stearns Horace B. pressman, Riverside Press, bds. 63 Pearl 
Stearns James, agent J. Pike & Co., 22 Brattle, house 20 

Stearns Joseph S. paper-hanger (Tremont, cor. West, B.), 

boards 103 Allston 
Stearns Joshua B. house 103 Allston 
Stearns Joshua B. jr., upholsterer (Tremont, near Rutland, 

B.), boards 103 Allston 
Stearns Marshall N. brick mason, house 149 Main 
Stearns Oliver, Parkman Professor of Theology, H. U. 

house 12 Kirkland place 
Stearns Thomas, house 19 Farwell place 
Stebbins Roswell O. compositor, Riverside, bds. 79 River 
Stechell Joseph, pattern-maker, house 11 Clark 
Stedman George H. clerk (13 Chauncy, B.), boards 218 


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Stedman Herbert, plumber, boards 125 Harvard 
Stedman Martha R. widow of Samuel, house 17 South 
Stedman Samuel E. piano-key maker, house 125 Harvard 
Stedman Vernal R. (Stedman & Kelley), piano-forte action 

manuf, Osborn's mills, State, h. 218 Harvard 
Stedman & Kelley (Vernal R. Stedman and Alexander P. 
Kelley), piano-forte action manufs. Osborn's mills, 
Steele Benjamin H. builder, house 8 Arlington 
Steele Danforth S. carpenter, boards B. H. Steele's, 8 Ar- 
Steele Jacob T. hats, caps, etc. (B ), house 104 Austin 
Steele John H. student, Scientific school, rooms 10 Ap 

pi an way 
Steele Lucy A. Mrs. dress-maker, boards 93 Elm 
Steele Michael M. house 68 Dana 
Steelman David, tinner, boards 8 Fremont 
Steen John, laborer, house 203 Cambridge 
Steenberg John P. cabinet-maker, 124 Harvard, house 343 

Steenberg John P. Mrs. variety store, 345 Main, house do. 
Steenstra Peter H. professor of Hebrew and Greek, Epis- 
copal seminary, house 9 Hilliard 
SteeY John, hair-dresser and wig-maker, 547 Main, house 

43 Tremont 
Steiker Deidrich, cabinet-maker, boards 57 Gore 
Steindachner Franz, Dr. assistant, Zoological Museum, 

rooms Zoological hall, Divinity avenue 
Steingler Moses, pedler, house rear 129 Court 
Steinmann Kaspar, carver, house 131 Otis 
Steinmann J. Henry, musician, house 30 Cherry 
Stemler Daniel, French polisher, house 2 Water 
Stengel Michael, glass-worker, house 28 Fourth 
Stenger Mary, widow of Louis, house 25 Sixth 
Stern August H. can er (B.), house 62 Harvard 
Stern Philip, cabinet-maker, h. r. Ninth, near Otis 
Sternberg Isaac, cabinet-maker, house 1 1 Fifth 
Stetson Calvin M. clerk, house 73 Pleasant 
Stetson Charles H. machinist (Cambridge, cor. Charles, B.), 

house 14 Pleasant place 
Stetson Charles M. butcher, house 111 Tremont 
Stetson Charles P. carpenter, house 174 Harvard 
Stetson George H. painter (Brighton), boards 73 Pleasant 
Stetson George "W. carpenter, house 30 Webster 
Stevens Abel, boards 19 Buckingham 
Stevens Abel jr. carpenter, Mt. Auburn, cor. Bath, house 

6 Ash street court 
Stevens Albert, builder, house 19 Buckingham 

No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 Main street, Cambridgeport. 


Stevens Ashland, shoemaker, boards rear 103 Spring 

Stevens Atherton H. house 5 Water 

Stevens Atherton H. jr. Mrs. house 45 Otis 

Stevens Charles A. painter, boards 13 Cottage 

Stevens Charles B. register of deeds, office, Court House, 

house 109 Thorndike 
Stevens Charles E. apothecary, 153 Bridge, bds. 155 Bridge 
Stevens Charles E. cabinet-maker, boards 11 Myrtle place 
Stevens Charles S. reporter (Daily Herald, B.), boards 

729 Cambridge 
Stevens Clara, widow of William G. h. 34 Western ave. 
Stevens Cyrus S. (Stevens & Brandt), painter, house 13 

Cottage [house Elm, opp. Allen 

Stevens Edmund H. physician, 19B North ave. cor. Beech, 
Stevens Edward C carpets (373 Washington, B.), house 

276 Broadway 
Stevens Elbridge G. reed-maker, boards 220 Harvard 
Stevens Elias H. glass-presser, house rear 103 Spring 
Stevens Ella D. Miss, music teacher, house 13 Cottage 
Stevens Emily, widow of Edward G. house 157 Windsor 
Stevens Ephraim A. mason, boards 7 Columbia court 
Stevens Ezra H. painter, house 23 Suffolk 
Stevens Francis E. paper carrier, house 29 Sixth 
Stevens Frank, painter, bds. 4H Pleasant 
Stevens Frank, paver, boards 2 Pioneer place 
Stevens Frank P. conductor, U. R. R. house 29 Sixth 
Stevens Frank R salesman, boards 18 Farwell place 
Stevens Frederick T. secretary, Union Railway Co. office 

Harvard square, house 6 Holyoke place 
Stevens George, organ manufacturer, Fifth, cor. Otis, h. 

69 Thorndike [69 Thorndike 

Stevens George F. organ maker, Fifth, cor. Otis, boards 
Stevens George L. wood-carver, boards 74 Spring 
Stevens George M. machinist (90 Sudbury, B.), house 2 

Stevens George P. grocer, Fourth, cor. Spring, h. Wind- 
sor, near Hampshire [Thorndike 
Stevens Henry A, clerk, registry of deeds, boards 109 
Stevens John, boards 35 Windsor 

Stevens John E. barrel shipper (B.), house 5 Worcester 
Stevens John H. (J. H. Stevens & Co.), plumber, 627 

Main, house 37 Western ave. 
Stevens Joseph, painter and glazier, house 220 Harvard 
Stevens Jeremiah S. billiard table maker, house Moore, n. 

Stevens John H. & Co. (John H. Stevens and Charles B. 

Cade), plumbers, 627 Main 
Stevens Lewis F. silversmith, boards 86 Moore 

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Stevens Lorenzo G. student, Ep. Theo. Sern. 126 Brattle 
Stevens Milan F. student, H. U. rooms 4 Stougliton 
Stevens Moses, boarding-house, 18 Harwell place h. do. 
Stevens N. Warren, shipping clerk, house rear 103 Spring 
Stevens Oliver A. glass-cutter, house 101 Spring 
Stevens Samuel, cabinet maker, house 11 Myrtle place 
Stevens Thomas J. saloon (B.), house 20 Elm 
Stevens Thomas O. organ maker, house 49 Market 
Stevens William, boarding stable, house 155 Bridge 
Stevens William A. paper hanger, house 4 Windsor 
Stevens & Brandt (Cyrus S. Stevens and Hendrick Brandt), 

painters, River, junction Western avenue 
Stevenson David, plasterer, house 139 Spring 
Stevenson Thomas, plasterer, house 139 Spring 
Steward Ira, machinist, Riverside Press, house 99 River 
Steward John H. clerk, 125 Cambridge, house 70 Gore 
Stewart Alexander, boards 45 Cedar 
Stewart Daniel, carpenter, house 65 Vine 
Stewart Alonzo, special police (B.), house 141 Otis 
Stewart Augusta, widow of Amherst, house 159 Thorndike 
Stewart Betsey, widow of Erie W. house 57 Pine 
Stewart Charles, carpenter, house 45 Cedar 
Stewart Charles, travelling agent, house 3 Hannum's bl'k 
Stewart Elizabeth, widow of Edward, house 780 Main 
Stewart Ellen C. widow of Andrew, house 15 Wiliard 
Stewart Frank, machinist, boards 8 Green [Hilliard 

STEWART HENRY L. painter, 16 Brighton, house 19 
Stewart James, plumber, house 24 Brookline 
Stewart Mary F. Miss, teacher, Boardman primary school, 

boards 57 Pine [59 Sixth 

Stewart Orlando, grocer, Cambridge, cor. Fourth, house 
Stewart Richard, house 32 Rice 

Stewart Robert, butcher, house 12 Forest [57 Pine 

Stewart Sarah E. teacher, Boardman primary school, bds. 
Stewart William A. cabinet maker, boards Easter's, Rice 
Stewart William B. carpenter, house Garden, opp. Wallace 
Stewart William F. organ maker, boards 24 Brookline 
Stewart William H. clerk (259 Washington, B.), boards 

111 Otis 
Stewart William J. clerk (4 Beacon, B.), bds. 15 Wiliard 
Stewart William J. butcher, house 53 Spruce 
Stewart William L. carpenter, boards t>5 Vine 
Stickel Jacob F. bootmaker, 438 Cambridge, house do. 
Stickney Charles W. student, H. U. rooms 10 College 
Stickney Francis H. carpenter, house 136 Otis 
Stickney Horace A. painter, house 237J Broadway 
Stickney Nathaniel N. (N. N. Stickney & Co.), lumber 

dealer, Winthrop wharf, house 43 Mt. Auburn 

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STICKNEY N. N. & CO. (Nathaniel N. Stickney and 

William E. Saunders), lumber dealers, Winthrop whf. 

foot of DeWolf [way 

Stickney Rheuby L. widow of Randolph L. h. 237£ Broad- 
Stickney R. L. Mrs. house 238 Broadway 
Stickney Rodolpb, lather, house Belmont, near Reed 
Stickney Warren, house 16 Market 
Stiles Charles H. contractor, boards 9 Remington 
Stiles John C. superintendent, Union Railroad Co. house 

9 Remington [15 Lee 

Stiles Lucius, wholesale clothing dealer (12 Otis, B.), h. 
Stiles Samuel, carpenter, house 6 Dover 
Stiles Stephen, carpenter, house North ave. cor. Dover 
Stiles Sumner B. student, H. U. rooms 42 College 
Stimson Charles E. baker, boards 39 Windsor 
Stimson Fordyce M., Chief of police, house 18 Mellen 
Stimson Frederick J. student, H. U. rooms 58 Matthews 
Stimson Martin W. (Cilley, Stimson and Woodbury), 120 

Green, house at Boston 
Stimson Royal W. farmer, boards Andrew N. Wyeth's, 

Stimson William F. bookbinder, h. Chestnut, cor. Acorn 
Stimpson Herbert H. house Linnaean, near North ave. 
Stimpson J. Frank, pump and block-maker (139 Fulton, 

B.), house 7 Oak 
Stimpson John, house 7 Oak [cor. Spruce 

Stimpson Walter, clerk, 220 North ave. boards North ave. 
Stiir pson Wm. C. house 29 Shepard 
Stingel Louis, wood-turner, house 161 Broadway 
Stingel Philip, porter, house 62 Harvard 
Stinson Albert, conductor, U. R. Co. bds. 99 Mt. Auburn 
Stinson Charles, grease-collector, house 6 Porter 
Stinson Daniel, laborer, house 48 Clark 
Stinson Daniel, teamster, boards 20 Sydney 
Stinson James, laborer, house 14 Beaver 
Stinson James, lather, house 140 Columbia 
Stinson James T. bookbinder, house 8 Porter 
Stinson John, grocer, 8 Porter, house do. 
Stinson John D. delivery clerk, bds. 8 Porter 
Stinson J. pocket-book maker, boards 11 Temple 
Stinson Rosanna, widow of James, house 26 Charles River 
Stinson William H. stereot}^pe finisher, bds. 14 Beaver 
Stinson Wm. J. core-maker, house 59 Cherry 
St. John Orestus, assistant, Zoological museum, house 

last in Kirkland place 
St. John's Literary Institute, Cambridge 
Stockbridge Arthur B. clerk (J. C. Burrage & Co. Devon- 
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Stockbridge Charles A. clerk, boards 133 Mt. Auburn 
Stockbridge Converse A. bricklayer, bouse 3 Rollins ct. 
Stockbridge Rachel W. widow of Calvin, bds. 27 Ellery 
STOCKBRIDGE ROMAXZO O. carpenter, 380 Main, 

h. 12 Douglass [sq. B ), house 27 Ellery 

Stockbridge Wales R. commission broker (1 Pemberton 
Stocker Alfred A. physician, house 465 Main [Main 

Stocker Alfred H. clerk (86 Devonshire, B.), bds. 465 
Stocker Thomas, in Boston rolling mill, Portland 
Stockford William, clothing cutter (Winthrop sq. B.), h. 

47 Spruce 
Stockman Thomas H. furniture finisher, house 133 Spring 
Stockwell Edward, teamster (B.), house Lincoln ct. 
Stockwell Fred F. (Parsons & Stockwell), livery stable, 

North ave. house 1 Walden 
Stodder David G. carpenter, house 138 Brookline 
Stokes Edward, laborer, house 8 Crane 
Stokes John, granite dealer (Brighton), bds. 8 Crane 
Stone Addie Miss, teacher, Putnam Grammar school, bds. 

53 Third 
Stone Anson J. treasurer (Mercantile Savings Bank, 387 

Washington, B.), house 34 Xorth avenua 
Stone Charles, provisions (12 Union, B.), house 452 Main 
Stone Charles P. servant, 145 Brattle, boards do. 
Stone Charles W. student, H. U. rooms 55 Matthews 
Stone Daniel, boards 94 Oxford 
Stone Daniel G. box-maker, house 11 Windsor 
Stone Edmond A. driver, house 30 Jay 
Stone Edward L. draughtsman, Court House, bds. 88 Gore 
Stone Edwin P. student, H. U. rooms 39 Thayer 
Stone Frances E. widow of Richard T. house 41 Windsor 
Stone Fred J. book-presser, Riverside, boards 41 River 
Stone Frederick J. painter (85 Charles, B.), house Lech- 
mere building 
Stone Frederick J. student, H. U. rooms 1 1 Holyoke House 
Stone Geo. G. bar-tender (B.), house 126 Harvard 
Stone Geo. W. piano keys, house 97 Washington 
Stone Henry B. student, H. U. rooms 18 Holworthy 
Stone Herbert H. hack-driver, 904 Main, bds. 46 Shepard 
Stone James F. house 37 River 

Stone John, stereotyper, house Florence, near Magazine 
Stone John S., D. D. professor Episcopal Theological 

school, Brattle, cor. Irving pi. house 2 Phillips place 
Stone Josiah E. clerk and messenger, Lechmere Bank, h. 

at Saxonville [Hancock 

Stone Lauriston L. salesman (98 Summer, B.), bds. 16 
Stone Maria, widow of John, house 12 Eliot 
Stone Mary L. widow of Joseph, house 25 Fifth 

«J. S. SAWYER, GRAVEL ROOFING, No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 
Main street, Cambridgeport. 


Stone Mary W. Miss, h. Cambridge, opp. Hovey's nursery 
Stone Nathaniel H. student, H. U. rooms 14 Holwortby 
Slonc Philip S. law student, rooms 2 Phillips pi. 
Stone Richard jr. counsellor (7 Court sq. B.), boards 20 

Stone William, wheelwright, rooms 16 Farwell pi. 
STONE WM. A. apothecary, 4 Brewer's blk. Brattle sq. 

house 5 Brewer 
Stone William K. clerk (110 Washington, B.), h. 8 Mason 
Stone Wm. R. Rev. house 114 Norfolk 

Stoop , painter, boards 22 Front 

Storer Frederick D. printer, house 37 Brighton 
Storer William, policeman, house 17 Baldwin [Shepard 
Storer Wm. B. (Russian Consul, B.), h. Garden, corner 
Storer William N. book-keeper, Geo. Wood & Co. boards 

17 Baldwin 
Stork C. currier, boards Dublin 
St. Onge Alphonse, hostler, boards 399 Cambridge 
Story Charles W. letter carrier, Cambridge P. O. bds. 119 

Mt. Auburn [Mt. Auburn 

Story Francis W. book-keeper, University Press, house 119 
Story William, mason, house McCabe, near Cambridge 
Story Wm. A. hairdresser, 390 Cambridge, house 137 

Stott George, house 10 East 

Stout Nicholas, laborer, house Fifth, near Charles 
Stover Theophilus, boards 65 Austin 
Stowe Charles E. student, H. U. rooms 17 Dolton's blk. 
Stowe Geo. W. clerk, J. A. Holmes & Co. h. 74 Allston 
Stowe Joseph E. clerk, boards 74 Austin 
Strang Albert (Strang & Taylor), cabinet maker, State, 

cor. Osborn, house 21 Brooks 
Strang Cyrus, cabinet maker, house 19 Brooks 
Strang Jesse, boarding house, 26 Holyoke 
STRANG & TAYLOR (Albert Strang and John B, Tay- 
lor), cabinet makers, Osborn's Mills, State, c. Osborn 
Strath John, teamster, house Mt. Auburn, n. Sparks 
Stratton Charles, boots and shoes (85 Leverett, B.), h. 

16 Dunster 
Stratton Charles F. clerk (103 State, B.), h. 19 Winthrop 
Stratton Charles M. (Stratton & Co.), baker, Stratton's 

block, 171 Cambridge, house do. 
Stratton Chas. M. & Co. (Chas. M. Stratton and John 

A. Hartwell), bakers, 171 Cambridge 
Stratton Harrison W. measurer (Custom House, B.), h. 

99 Mt. Auburn 
Stratton Ira, house 47 Austin 
Straub Charles, cabinet maker, house 77 Hastings 

street, Cambridgeport, 


Straub Joseph, baker, bouse Jefferson, n. Warren 
Straus Henry, student, H. U. rooms 34 Holyoke House 
Streeter Alexander S. clerk (26 Tremont row, B.), b. 

12 Bow 
Stringer John H. laborer, bouse 116 Spring 
Strong Charles P. student, H. U. rooms 39 Matthews 
Stuart Frederick T. steel-engraver (22 Court, B.), house 

22 Hancock [doin, B.) 

Stuart George A. book-keeper, 69 Main, bds. 33 Bow- 
Stubbs Joseph A. fish dealer (133 Commercial, B.), h. 

29 Sydney 
Studley Amasa, organ-builder, house 174 Cambridge 
Studley Frank E. clerk, 156 Cambridge, house 53 Austin 
Studley Joseph (Studley & Buswell), apothecary, 156 Cam- 
bridge, house 53 Austin 
Studley Sophia Miss, boards 40 Williams 
Studley & Buswell (Joseph Studley and Brigham Buswell), 

apothecaries, 156 Cambridge 
Stumbles James, cabinet maker, house 55 Spring 
Sturgis Francis S. student, H. U. rooms 39 Weld 
Sturks William, carpenter, house 48 Pine 
Sturtevant Alvin C. agent, house 50 Columbia 
Sturtevant Alvin C. jr. clerk (B.), house 50 Columbia 
Sturtevant Martha S. Miss, clairvoyant, P. 0. building, 

563 Main, house do. 
Sturtevant W. H. carpenter, house 3 Walnut 
Sudby Thomas, cooper, house 427 Cambridge 
Sughrue Cornelius, laborer, house 42 Foster 
Sughrue James, mason, house r. 104 Webster avenue 
Sughrue John, laborer, house 28 Sparks 
Sughrue Peter, laborer, house 15 Cowperthwait 
Sulk Adolph, cutter, house. 486 Main 
Sullivan Anna C. Miss, teacher, Riverside Training school, 

boards at Boston 
Sullivan Archie, laborer, house rear 42 Washington 
Sullivan Catharine, widow of Humphry, h. 84 Third 
Sullivan Catharine, widow of Daniel, house 58 Hastings 
Sullivan Catherine, widow of James F. house Main, cor. 

Sullivan Charles H. printer (277 Wash. B.), bds. 33 West 
Sullivan Cornelius, house 186 Bridge 
Sullivan Cornelius, gardener, house 82 Oxford 
Sullivan Cornelius, tailor, house 36 Reed 
Sullivan Cornelius, laborer, h. Lambert, n. Cambridge 
Sullivan Cornelius, laborer, house 1 Broadway 
Sullivan Cornelius, laborer, house 6 North 
Sullivan Cornelius, foreman, Day & Collins, h. 1 Broadway 
Sullivan Cornelius C. carpenter, house 194 Bridge 

GEO. B. JAMES & CO., Lumber, wharves, junction Bridge and 
Cambridge streets, East Cambridge. Boston Office 14 State street. 
Shipping Boards, Scantling and shingles. 


Sullivan Daniel, blacksmith, house 27 Vine 
Sullivan Daniel, laborer, house 59 Brighton 
Sullivan Daniel, marble worker, boards 137 Dublin 
Sullivan Daniel (Sullivan & Bro), house and sign painter, 

604 Main, boards 95 Green 
Sullivan Daniel, cabinetmaker, bds. Mansion House, Gore 
Sullivan Daniel, laborer, h. Hackett's yard, Franklin 
Sullivan Daniel, laborer, boards 136 Bridge 
Sullivan Daniel, laborer, house 184 Bridge 
Sullivan Daniel, painter, boards 6 Short 
Suliivan Daniel, shoemaker, house 9 Fourth 
Sullivan Dennis, laborer, house rear 44 "Washington 
Sullivan Dennis, laborer, house 4 North 
Sullivan Dennis, laborer, house 126 Webster avenue 
Sullivan Dennis, laborer, house rear 19 Cowperthwait 
Sullivan Dennis, laborer (Charlestown Navy Yard), house 

70 Gore 
Sullivan Dennis S. upholsterer, h. rear 161 J Broadway 
Sullivan Edmund, h rear of Astor House, Winthrop 
Sullivan Edward, laborer, Appleton Hubbard, boards 

James O'Brien's, Winthrop 
Sullivan Edward F. brass-finisher, boards 92 Otis 
Sullivan Elizabeth B. widow of Timothy, house rear of 

Astor House, Winthrop 
Sullivan Ellen, widow of Thomas, house 7 Reed 
Sullivan Eugene, laborer, house Stevens court 
Sullivan Eugene A. clerk, 131 Bridge, house 66 Third 
Sullivan Florence, brass-finisher, house 202 Green 
Sullivan Garret, glass-maker, house 92 Otis . 
Sullivan George A. harness-maker, bds. 56 Mt. Auburn 
Sullivan James, baker, house 59 Pearl 
Sullivan James, glass-worker, house 6 Winter 
Sullivan James M. painter, house 208 Green 
Sullivan James O. baker, house 59 Fearl 
Sullivan Jeffrey, stone cutter, house 137 Dublin 
Sullivan Jeremiah, house 6 Short 
Sullivan Jeremiah, blacksmith, boards 9 Foster 
Sullivan Jeremiah, glassblower, house 188 Bridge 
Sullivan Jeremiah, laborer, house Elm, n. Cambridge 
Sullivan Jeremiah, laborer, boards 25 Brighton 
Sullivan Jeremiah, glass-worker, house 7 Fourth 
Sullivan Jeremiah, butcher, house 73 Spruce 
Sullivan Jeremiah C junk dealer, house 431 Cambridge 
Sullivan Jeremiah H. law-student, Harvard College, bds. 

214 Bridge 
Sullivan Jeremiah J. printer (B.), house 110 Hampshire 
Sullivan Johanna, widow of John, house 33 West 
Sullivan John, gardener, house 166 Franklin 

Harvard Square. 


Sullivan John, granite worker, A. McDonald, boards M. 

Falvy's, Mt. Auburn 
Sullivan John, junk dealer, house 104 Western avenue 
Sullivan John, laborer, house Stevens court 
Sullivan John, laborer, house 34 North 
Sullivan John, laborer, house 11 Flagg 
wSullivan John, laborer, house rear 1 14 Broadway 
Sullivan John, painter, boards rear 67 Prospect 
Sullivan John, marble cutter, house 2 Primrose 
Sullivan John, laborer, house 64 Harvard 
Sullivan John, coffin maker, Lockhart's, h. at Charlestown 
Sullivan John, marble worker, house 52 Broadway 
Sullivan John, currier, house Clifton 
Sullivan John, shoemaker, house 634 Main 
Sullivan John, works N. E. Glass Co.'s, house 36 "Winter 
Sullivan John, laborer, house 166 Franklin 
Sullivan John, mason, boards Mansion House, Gore 
Sullivan John, shoemaker, 23 Vine, house do. 
Sullivan John A. printer, house 210 Green 
Sullivan John C. law student, rooms 50 Mt. Auburn 
Sullivan John D. laborer, boards 46 Foster 
Sullivan John D. laborer, house Gore, near Third 
Sullivan John H. printer (71 Devonshire, B.), house 194 

Sullivan John O. laborer, house 9 Lambert 
Sullivan John S. bar tender, 32 Cambridge, bds. 127 Bridge 
Sullivan John O. laborer, house 242 Cambridge 
Sullivan J. Clyde, law student, rooms 2 Charles River 
Sullivan J. Howard, book-keeper, house 15 Worcester 
Sullivan Lawrence, laborer, house Lechmere place 
Sullivan Margaret, widow of John H. house 17 Hastings 
Sullivan Margaret, widow, house 19 Harvard 
Sullivan Margaret, widow, house 188 Bridge 
Sullivan Mary, widow of Jeffrey, house 137 Dublin 
Sullivan Mary, widow of Eugene, house 14 South 
Sullivan Mary, widow of John, house rear 21 Gore 
Sullivan Mary, widow of Timothy, house 8 Appian way 
Sullivan Mary Miss, house Foster, near Sparks 
Sullivan Maurice, laborer, house Warren t cor. Jefferson 
Sullivan Michael, baker, boards 170 Franklin 
Sullivan Michael, laborer, house 9 Cowperthwait 
Sullivan Michael, gardener, house 26 Charles' River 
Sullivan Michael, in sugar refinery, boards 53 Fourth 
Sullivan Michael, laborer (Charlestown Navy Yard), h. 

72 Gore 
Sullivan Michael, laborer, house 44 North 
Sullivan Michael, laborer, house 228 Franklin 
Sullivan Michael, laborer, housu 31 Charles River 

No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 Main street, Cambridgeport. 


Sullivan Michael, laborer, house 26 Washington 

Sullivan Michael, teamster, boards 9 Sparks 

Sullivan Michael D. grocer, 80 Pearl, house do. 

Sullivan Michael E. laborer, house 31 Charles River 

Sullivan M. James, painter, 658 Main, houSe Green 

Sullivan Nancy, widow of Ignatius, house 17 Hancock 

Sullivan Patrick, laborer, house 124 Webster avenue 

Sullivan Patrick, laboier, house Rideout, near Porter 

Sullivan Patrick, laborer, house Green, near. Bay 

Sullivan Patrick, laborer, house 25 Cowperthwait 

Sullivan Patrick, laborer, house 1 Sparks . ' 

Sullivan Patrick, laborer, house 9 Flaggy 

Sullivan Patrick, laborer, house 12 East 

Sullivan Patrick, laborer, house 52 North 

Sullivan Patrick, hostler, h. Concord ave. n. the observatory 

Sullivan Patrick, currier, house 7 Reed * 

Sullivan Patrick J. oil-finisher, house 1 School 

Sullivan Patrick T. painter, house rear Sparks, n. Foster 

Sullivan Richard, laborer, house 11 Water - 

Sullivan Roger, laborer, house rear 44 Washington 

Sullivan Rosanna, widow, boards 25 Fourth 

Sullivan Stephen, mason, house Mt. Auburn, near Willard 

Sullivan Thomas, stone-cutter, house 5 Otter 

Sullivan Thomas, laborer, house 13 Valentine 

Sullivan Thomas, tinman, house 13 Valentine 

Sullivan Timothy, carpenter, house 126 Spring 

Sullivan Timothy, laborer, house Warren, cor. Jefferson 

Sullivan Timothy, cabinet-maker, 124 Harvard, bds. Pearl 

Sullivan Timothy, hostler, house 69 Inman 

SULLIVAN TIMOTHY, express and saloon, 127 Bridge 

and 32 Cambridge, house 127J Bridge 
Sullivan Timothy, laborer, house 4 North 
Sullivan Timothy, laborer, house 124 River 
Sullivan Timothy, laborer, house 14 North 
Sullivan Timothy, laborer, house Jackson, near Spruce 
Sullivan Timothy A. carver, F. Geldowsky, h. at Boston 
Sullivan Timothy D. stereotype finisher, h. 48 Holyoke 
Sullivan Timothy J. cabinet-maker, boards 2 Brooks 
Sullivan Timothy (Sullivan & Bro.), painter, 604 Main, 

house Valentine, near Brookline 
Sullivan William, cabinet-maker, house 12 East 
Sullivan William, junk dealer (Milk, B.), h. 220 Franklin 
Sullivan Wm. J. A. foreman, composing-room, Riverside, 

house 79 River [and sign painters, 604 Main 

Sullivan & Bro. (Timothy and Daniel Sullivan), house 
Summers James Mrs. house 7 Hastings 
Summers William, blacksmith, boards 77 Gore 
Sumner Bradford Mrs. house 14 Sumner 

street^ Camhridgeport. 


Sumner Ebon T. engineer B. L. & N. R. R., house 87 Gore 
Sumner F. house 14 Sumner 

Sumner Juliette F. Miss, school-teacher, bds 5 Pleasant pi. 
Surell Peter, laborer, house 4 Squire's court 
Sutcliffe Bcnf. F. organ-key maker, house 22 Prince 
Sutherland David A., clerk, boards 22 Brookline 
Sutherland James, laborer, boards 164 Gore 
Sutherland James C. harness maker, house 22 Brookline 
Sutherland John, laborer, boards 164 Gore 
Sutton George J. printer (31 State, B.), house 17 Short 
Sutton Richard W. bookbinder, Riverside, house 17 Short 
Swaim A. D. widow of Samuel B. house 16 Craigie 
Swaim Joseph S. student H. U. boards 16 Craigie 
Swain A. Otis, Dover Stamping Co's. bds. 893 Broadway- 
Swain Betsey L. Mrs. boards 6 Village 
Swain Charles C. salesman, 471 Main, boards 39 School 
Swain George F. teller, N. E. Trust Co. (Devonshire, cor. 

Water, B.), house 38 Orchard 
Swain Samuel H. melodcon maker (233 Cambridge, B.), 

house 46 Western ave. 
Swallow Fannie, widow of James A. boards 51 Fourth 
Swan Abigail Mrs. house 19 Everett 
Swan Sarah, widow of Joshua A. house 6 Berkeley 
Swan Walter S. commission merchant (40 Central, B.), 

house 6 Langdon 
Swanson Joseph, laborer, house 68 Vine 
Swanton John, grocer, 22 North, house do. 
Swanton, William H. hardware (87 Blackstone, B.), house 

13 Putnam pi. [95 Prospect 

Swasey Edward R. leather merchant (20 Eliot, B.), house 
Swasey Frank B. clerk (B.), boards 95 Prospect 
Swasey George B. leather dealer (20 Eliot, B.), boards 273 

Sweeney Daniel, tailor, house 20 Lopez 
Sweeney Hugh, tailor, house 22 Reed 
Sweeney John, carpenter, house 18 Reed 
Sweeney John, laborer, house 194 Bridge 
Sweeney Miles, laborer, house Jefferson, cor. Warren 
Sweeney Patrick, teamster, house 200 Dublin 
Sweeney Richard, carpenter, house 55 Amory 
Sweeney William, laborer, house 18 Antrim 
Sweeny Biidget, widow of Daniel, house 119 Third 
Sweeny Charles F. steam and gas fitter, house 25 North 

Sweeny Daniel, glass-cutter, house 119 Third 
Sweet James B. clerk (Davis & Taylor, B.), house 114 

Sweetman John, house 28 Dunster 

ROBERT BACON &, CO., Office 440 Main street, Cambridgeport, 
Fine Shirts, Collars and Cuff* Ready Made. 


Sweetman John B. clerk, boards 28 Dunster 
Sweetser Atkins, teamster, house 9 Leighton court 
Sweetser Charles W. cabinet maker, boards 9 Leighton ct. 
Sweetser Elizabeth, widow of John, boards 67 Prospect 
Sweetser Henry P. salesman (45 Washington, B.), house 

Elm, near Russell, Somerville line 
Sweetser Henry W. jig sawyer, boards 9 Leighton court 
Sweetser Harriet F. W. Miss, teacher, house 6 Mason 
Sweetser Lee Britton A. painter, boards 9 Leighton court 
Sweetser S. Adelaide Miss, teacher, house 6 Mason 
Swett Charles F. (Ham & Swett), carpenter, h. 60 River 
Swett Henry W. student, boards 15 Lopez 
Swett Lewis C. (L. C. Swett & Co.), furniture dealer, 600 

Main, house 117 Magazine 
SWETT L. C. & CO. (Lewis C. Swett, Daniel W. 

Parker, and William S. Swett), upholsterers and fur- 
niture dealers, 600 Main 
Swett Melville H. student, H. U. rooms 20 Thayer 
Swett Nathaniel, brick manufacturer (office 17 Court, B.), 

house 17 Tremont 
Swett Stephen, carpenter, house 23 Short 
Swett Sydney D. carpenter, boards 60 River [azine 

Swett William S. upholsterer, 600 Main, house 115 Mag- 
Swift Frederick, student, H. U. rooms 61 Thayer 
Swift Henry W. law student, rooms 42 Holyoke House 
Swift John, hostler, house 5 Harvard 
Swift Peter, junk-dealer, house 5 Harvard 
Swift Thomas N. student, H. U. rooms 18 Holworthy 
Swiney Cornelius (C. & J. H. Swiney), carpenter, 123 

Gore, house 89 Sixth [penters, 123 Gore 

Swiney C. & J. H. (Cornelius and John H. Swiney), car- 
Swiney John H. (C. & J. H. Swiney), carpenter, house 64 

Swing Matthew, cabinet maker, house 10 Fifth 
Swinnerton William T. printer, boards 44 Putnam | do. 
Swords James E. coachman, John C. Gray, Brattle, bds. 
Sylvester Eliza B. widow of James, house 724 Cambridge 
Sylvester John P. pork packer, house 91 Sixth 
Sylvia John C. clerk, D. Dodge, boards Porter's Hotel 
Symonds Elvira, widow, house 7 Worcester 
S} 7 monds Harry, car-conductor, house 8 Shepherd's block, 

Charles River 
Symonds John O. porter (B.), house Oak, near Cambridge 
Symons George, clerk, boards 19 Brooks 
Symons Thomas S. cabinet-maker, boards 152 Court 
Symons William T. clerk, boards 63 School 
Szalinsky Bernard, cabinet-maker, F. Geldowsk}', boards 

in Boston 

J. FORD <fc SON, Harvard Square, PRINT POSTERS AND 


TABER JACOB, carpenter, house 50 Holyoke 

Taber Quincy A. carpenter, house 23 Mill 

Taggarcl Ellen, widow of Thomas, house 112 Fourth 

Tainter Albert, hostler, boards 25 Elm 

Talbot James, laborer, house 39 Charles 

Talbot James, laborer, house 3 Mullen's court 

Talbot James, carpenter, house 53 Clark 

Talbot James H. teamster, bds. A. A Fitch's, North ave. 

near Cedar [house at Charlestown 

Talbot John W. foreman, Walworth Mfg. Co. 368 Main, 
Talbot John, glass-maker, house 58 Winter 
Talbot Joseph E. clerk, Third, cor. Gore, h. 3 Mullen's ct. 
Talbot J. H., M. D., Henderson's block, North avenue, 

house 214 do. 
Talbot Thomas L. student, H. U. rooms 39 Brattle 
Tallman Stephen B. mason, boards 91 Norfolk 
Tallman Joseph W. mason, boards 99 Austin 
Tamplin James B. real-estate dealer (32 Washington, B.), 

h. 25 Wendell 
Tarns Jubal, modeler, house 41 Spruce 
Tandy James, carpenter, house 12 Williams 
Tapley Charles W. clerk (84 Milk, B.), boards H. M. 

Tapley's, Amory [near Broadway 

Tapley Henry M. book-keeper (70 Pearl, B.), h. Amory, 
Tappan Walter, student, H. U. rooms 12 Weld 
Tarbell Adeline E. widow of George F. h. 77 Auburn 
Tarbell Charles F. student, H. U. rooms 9 Thayer 
Tarbell Martha, widow of Sampson, house 64 Franklin 
Tarbell Mary A. teacher Wiliard Primary school, h. Pearl, 

cor. Franklin 
Tarbell Wm. A. clerk (110 North, B.), h. 39 Magazine 
Tarbell Wm. G. sewing-machine maker, h. 39 Magazine 
Tarbot Richard, driver, house 107 Green 
Tarbox John, watchman, N. E. Glass Co., h. r. 102 Spring 
Tarbox Joseph K. house 69 Windsor 
Tarr J. B. car-conductor, U. R. R. bds. Mrs. F. M.Willis', 

Elm, cor. Russell [Elm, cor. Russell 

Tarr Melvin A. driver, U. R. R. Co. boards Mrs. Willis', 
Tasco Samuel E. hostler, U. R. Co. house 21 Banks 
Tates Charles W. glass-maker, house Third, n. Cambridge 
Tatton John, teamster, house 83 Vine 
Tauwald William, shoemaker, house 207 Hampshire 
Taylor Abby S. Mrs. teacher, Otis School, bds. 51 Fifth 
Taylor Addison H. carpenter, house 66 Putnam 
Taylor Adoniram J. clerk, 130 Gore, bds. at Somerville 
Taylor Benjamin F cabinet-maker, bds. 23 Wheatland's b'k 
Taylor Charles, building mover, house 7 Eighth 
Taylor Charles B. house 862 Main 

J. S. SAWYER, GRAVEL ROOFING, No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 
Main street, Cambridgeport. 


Taylor Edward T. salesman, bcls. Columbia, cor. Harvard 
Taylor Edwin A. express driver, house 47 Mt. Auburn 
Taylor Fred'k T. cabinet-maker, bds. 23 Wheatland's bl'k 
Taylor George H. (Navy Yard, Charlestown), h. r. Ninth, 

near Cambridge 
Taylor Geo. Mend all, music teacher, house 46 Winthrop 
Taylor Ira, constable and real-estate agent, 573 Main, bds. 

52 Essex 
Taylor John B., machinist, boards 21 Brooks 
Taylor John B. physician, house 49 Third 
Taylor John B. (Strang & Taylor,) cabinet-maker, State, 

cor. Osborn, house 21 Brooks 
Taylor John R. book-keeper, house 51 Fifth 
Taylor Joseph W. clerk, Fresh Pond Hotel, boards do. 
Taylor Kendall, porter, house 62 Hastings 
Taylor Lewis S. clerk (B.), house 86 Windsor 
Taylor Louis P. driver, T. D. Bond, house 42 Fifth 
Taylor Nelson, student, H. U. rooms 14 Matthews 
Taylor Oliver, house 27 Coggswell ave. 
Taylor Robert, hostler, house 9 Farwell place 
Taylor Samuel, brush-maker, h. r. Ninth, n. Cambridge 
Taylor Samuel A. japanner, bds. S. Taylor's, rear Ninth 
Taylor Silas H. milkman, house 34 Magazine 
Taylor Simeon, stoves, tinware, &c, 525 Main, house 5 

Taylor Stephen A. carpenter, h. North av. c. Spruce 
Taylor Thomas, in appraiser's office (B.), house rear 67 

Taylor Thomas F. student, H. U. rooms 3 Gray 
Taylor William A. painter, 625 Main, and undertaker, 68 

Pleasant, house 68 Pleasant 
Taylor William H. laborer, house 26 Brewery 
Taylor Wm. J. paper-hanger, 608 Main, h. 110 Magazine 
Taylor W. Cranston, marble (102 Beverly, B.), boards 

Washington ave. cor. Arlington 
Tayne Dennis, laborer, house 84 Harvard 
Tayne John, laborer, house Warren, near Cambridge 
Tayne Michael, laborer, house 28 North 
Tayne Michael jr. fireman, E. R. R. house 28 North 
Teaffe John J. grocer, 19 Flagg, cor. Beaver, house do. 
Teague Freeman B. millman, F. Geldowsky, house at 

Somerville [block, Charles River 

Teague George F. conductor, U. R. Co. h. 4 Shepherd's 
Teague George M. salesman, 28 Haymarket Square, house 

100 Green 
Teamoh Charles M. tender, h. 102 Harvard 
Tebbetts William S. bricklayer, house 51 Pearl 
Teegan Peter, laborer, boards 79 Elm 

CHILDREN'S BOOTS A Specialty. C. I>. WILDER, 557 Main 
street, Cam Bridgeport* 


Teel Albert S. carpenter, h. rear North ave. near Tannery 

Teel Frank E. millman, boards 84 Cambridge 

Teele Edward A. clerk, boards 88 Washington 

Teele Frank H. baker, house 88 Washington 

Teele Samuel P. (Teele, Howe & Co.), bacon curer, Main, 

opp. Windsor, house 88 Washington 
Teele, Howe & Co. (Samuel P. Teele, David Howe and 

George Putney), bacon curers, Main, opp. Windsor 
Tehan Peter, laborer, house 882 Cambridge 
Temple John F. boards 129 Thorudike 
Temple John M. deputy surveyor (23 Central, B.), h. 129 

Temple William, law student, rooms 12 Mt. Auburn 
Templeton James M. (Faneuil Hall market, B.), house 29 
Tendlcr Maria Mrs. house 229 Harvard [Front 

Tennant John, shoemaker, boards 3 Linden 
Tennant William, house 7 Crane 

Tenney J. William, sewing-machine agt. bds. 37 Windsor 
Tenney Warren E. hair-dresser, 148 Harvard, house 97 

Terrell Edwin H. law student, rooms 18 Divinity Hall 
Terry Gaston, laborer, boards 116 Columbia 
Terry George C. laborer, house 114 Columbia 
Terry Lee, laborer, boards 116 Columbia 
Terry Matthew, laborer, house 116 Columbia 
Teuscths Edward, boarding-house, 440 North avenue 
Thacher Francis S. student, Divinity school, rooms 15 

Divinity Hall 
Thatcher Cyrus, salesman (B.), house 110 Prospect 
Thaxter Fannie P. widow of Warren, house 542 Main 
Thayer Albert, clerk (212 Cambridge, B.), boards 231 

Thayer Albert S. student, H. U. rooms 11 Thayer 
Thayer Cephas P. pressman, house 12 Ash 
Thayer Club, 4 Holmes' place 
Thayer Daniel E. grocer (212 Cambridge, B.), house 231 

Thayer P^dward D. student, Scientific school, rooms 16 

Thayer Farwell J. (J. H. & J. P. Thayer & Co.) painter 

and paper-hanger, 658 and 660 Main, h. 22 Putnam 
Thayer Fisher, house 21 North avenue 
Thayer Henry (Henry Thayer & Co.), chemicals, 150 

Broadway, house 80 North aveuue 
Thayer Henry & Co. (Henry Thayer, Francis D. Hardy jr. 

and John P. Putnam), manufacturing pharmaceutists, 

150 Broadway 
Thayer Hollis, student, H. U. rooms 42 Gray 

GEO. B. JAMES & CO., Lumber, wharves, junction Bridge and 
Cambridge streets, East Cambridge Boston office 14 State street. 
Lumber for jobbing and repairs. 


Thayer James H. (J. H. & J. P. Thayer & Co.), painter 
and paper hanger, 658 and 660 Main, h. 14 Trow- 
Thayer John A. machinist, house 95 River 
Thayer Joshua P. (J. H.. & J. P. Thayer & Co.), painter, 

658 and 660 Main, house 12 Trowbridge 
THAYER J. H. & J. P. & CO. (James H., Joshua P. and 
P'arwell J. Thayer), house, sign and fancy painters 
and paper hangers, 658 and 660 Main 
Thayer Thomas, clerk, 91 Fifth, boards do. 
Thayer Walter C. apothecary, 88 Cambridge, boards 106 

Thayer William H. laborer, house 14 East 
The Howe Machine Co. F. W. Nichols, agt. sewing ma- 
chines, 645 Main and (129 Washington, B.) 
Thiery Charles L. watchcase maker (151 Washington, 

B.), house Sydney, cor. Chestnut, Ward 4 
Thiery Charles W. watchcase maker, boards Charles L. 

Thiery's, Sydney 
Thiery William O. watchcase maker (151 Washington, 

B.), boards Sydney, cor. Chestnut 
Thoits Albert, ice driver, boards 41 Cedar 
Thomas Abram J. mastic roofer, house 89 Brookline 
Thomas Archibald, harness maker, bds. 56 Mt. Auburn 
Thomas Archibald D. student, H. U. rooms 41 Gray 
Thomas Charles G. attorney (20 Court, B.), house 18 Ap- 

pian way 
Thomas Eugene M. teamster, house 109 Tremont 
Thomas Fannie, wid. of Frederick, boards 1 Bristol 
Thomas Frank R. clerk (2 Commerce, B.), house 8 Dover 
Thomas Fred. W. teamster, boards 1 Bristol 
Thomas Gardner, student, H. U. rooms 17 Matthews 
Thomas Isaiah, student, H. U. rooms 22 Weld 
Thomas John N. teamster, house 1 Bristol 
Thomas Spencer, millman, F. Geldowsky, h. at Charlestown 
Thomas William, mason, house 28 Union 
Thomas William, student, H. U. rooms 21 Holworthy 
Thomas Zephaniah H. shoe-dealer (57 Hanover, B.), house 

734 Main 
Thompson Albert, cabinet maker, h. 7 Mullen's court 
Thompson Albert H. student, H. U. rooms 21 Holworthv 
Thompson Alfred, grinder, N. E. Glass Co. boards rear 

60 Cambridge 
Thompson Alfred J. at paper collar factory, 10 Arrow, 

house 14 Washington court 
Thompson Charles, laborer, house 80 Harvard 
Thompson Edward H. clerk, registry of deeds, Court 
House, house 8 Columbia court 

J. FORD &, SON, Harvard Square, have every facility for doing 
general job printing. 


Thompson Edward T. sexton, house 8 Columbia court 
Thompson Franklin P. boards 5 Second st. court 
Thompson George E. mason, boards 66 Norfolk 
Thompson George W. house 6 Third 
Thompson James W. carpenter, house 125 Hampshire 
Thompson John D. machinist, house 239 Franklin 
Thompson John K. cabinet maker, h. 243 Broadway- 
Thompson John TV. moulder, boards 125 Hampshire 
Thompson Joseph, marble worker, bouse 87 Pearl 
Thompson Laurel G. carpenter, h. Holly ave. n. Wyeth 
Thompson Lewis W. teamster, h. over 434 Cambridge 
Thompson Louisa L. widow of William V. h. 140 Otis 
Thompson Lucinda, widow of Peter, bds. 5 Second st. ct. 
Thompson Margaret Mrs. house 43 Charles 
Thompson Martin, laborer, house Warren, n. Cambridge 
Thompson Mary A. widow of David, h. 4 Austin place 
Thompson Newell A. student, H. U. rooms 43 Matthews 
Thompson Robert M. law student, rooms 2 Holmes place 
Thompson Shanklin, carpenter, State, h. at Somerville 
Thompson Talbot, mariner, house 42 Washington 
Thompson William A. engineer, House of Correction, h. 

144 Spring [shire 

Thompson William R. advertising agt. (B.), h. 203 Hamp- 
Thompson William V. conveyancer (119 Court, B.), bds. 

140 Otis 
Thomsen Alonzo L. student, H. U. rooms 36 Matthews 
Thomson Charles A. boards 4 Austin place 
Thomson David jr. travelling agt. (B.), h. 31 Market 
Thomson James A. photographer, boards 4 Austin place 
Thomson Kate, widow of James, house 38 Spring 
Thomson Mary A. widow of David, h. 4 Austin place 
Thomson Robert, cabinet maker, boards 16 Clark 
Thornberry Wilson, gardener, house 5 Flagg 
Thorndike Edward, apothecary (355 Broadwaj', So. B.), 

house 15 Brookline [Washington 

Thornton Henry, feeder, livery stable, h. Hastings, near 
Thornton James, night watchman, h. 38 Hastings 
Thornton John, hostler, house rear 38 Hastings 
Thorogood John G. printer, Riverside, bds. A. Macauley's, 

Thorogood Peter J. printer, house 9 Charles River 
Thorogood Peter M. carpenter, house 101 Pleasant 
Thorp John (B.), house 111 Columbia 
Thrasher Lewis B. car-builder, house 45 Essex 
Thrasher Robert, assistant engineer, Welch, Bigelow & 

Co. boards 46 Holyoke 
Thresher Geo. P. clerk (206 Congress, B.), bds. 71 Austin 
Thresher James M. dentist (132 Court, B.), h. 71 Austin 

Xo. 1 Hyde's Block, 6Q3 Main street, Cerabr id geport. 


Thunborg Charles, oyster and dining saloon, 558 Main 

house 566 Main 
Thurston Charles, house 14 Worcester 
Thurston Charles F. (Thurston, Hall & Co.), 31 and 33 

Elm, house 197 Harvard 
Thurston Charles S. organ maker, bds. 14 Worcester 
Thurston Daniel H. (Thurston, Hall & Co.), cracker bak- 
ery, 31 and 33 Elm, house 179 Harvard 
Tlnrston George A. carriage-smith, house 27 Baldwin 
THURSTON, HALL & CO. (Daniel H. Thurston, James 
H. Hall, Charles F. Thurston and James E. Hall), 
cracker bakery, 31 and 33 Elm [12 Dunster 

Thurston James M. clerk, Cambridge Savings Bank, bds. 
Thurston Lyman, house 102 Mt. Auburn [cor. Seventh 
Thurston Nathaniel L. cabinet maker, h. Thorndike, 
Thurston Samuel R. teamster, house 13 Leighton court 

Thurston , engineer, B. L. & N. R. R. bds. 7 Leighton 

Thwing Charles F. student, H. U. rooms 9 Weld 
Thwing Gardner H. house 119 Franklin 
Thwing James, wheelwright, 101 Green, house 103 do. 
Thwing James H provisions, house 103 Green 
Tibbetts George F. bakecart driver, h. 33 Charles River 
Tibbetts George H. restaurant (Havmarketsq. B.), house 
28 Erie ' [Fifth 

Tibbetts Israel, truckman (17 Court, B.), h. Winter, near 
Tidd Martha R. widow of Paschal P. house 14 Park 
Tierney Catharine, widow of Patrick, house 45 Franklin 
Tierney Patrick T. printer, boards 45 Franklin 
Tierell Horace, gardener, house 131 Pleasant 
Tierney Patrick T. printer, house 45 Franklin 
Tiffiny Lyman, boards E. C. Dyer's, Brattle 
Tighe Dennis, blacksmith, house 19 Dublin [house do. 
Tilden Almira E. widow of Eustis, boarding, 46 Holyoke, 
Tilden E. W. carpenter, boards 63 Sixth [h. 38 Austin 
Tillson Apollus J. furnishing goods (114 Chauncy, B.), 
Tilly James F. carpenter, house 32 Ellery 
Tilton Benjamin, president, First National and Cam- 

bridgeport Savings Bank, house 30 Prospect 
Tilton Benjamin R. lumber dealer (412 Albanj', B.), h. 37 
Inman [Prospect 

Tilton Henry N, lumber (412 Albany, B.), boards 30 
Tilton Orville J. carpenter, house 14 Suffolk 
Timpany Charles H. carpenter, house rear 508 Main 
Tims Jubel, potter, house 41 Spruce 
Timney Hugh, laborer, house 107 Garden 
Tingey Susan, widow of William, boards 534 Main 
Tirrell Nancy Miss, tailoress, house 80 Thorndike 
Titcomb Lendall, law student, rooms 2 College House 

street, Cambridgeport. 


Titus Charles H. milkman, boards 5 Soden 

Tobey William H. A. clerk, 152 Harvard, h 38 Market 

Tobin James, blacksmith, house 83 Broadway 

Tobin James, cabinet maker, house 64 Charles 

Tobin John, engineer, house 67 Brookline 

Tobin John, gardener, house 9 West 

Tobin Michael, grocer, Willow place, house do. 

Tobin Richard, laborer, house 113 Third 

Tobin Richard F. moulder, house 5 Windsor 

Tobin William, grocer, 423 Cambridge, house do. 

Tobin William, laborer, house 159 Windsor 

Todd Albert M. clerk, boards 339 Broadway 

Todd Joseph, carriage painter, North ave. h. at Woburn 

Todd William G-. divinity student, rooms 19 Church 

Tole Michael, laborer, house 26 Brewery 

Tolliver George, laborer, house 41 Washington 

Toliver Thornton Mrs. house 76 Harvard [Hotel 

Tomison William F. conductor, U. R R. boards Porter's 

Tompkins Henry H. painter (Navy yard, Charlestown) , 

boards 37 Western avenue 
Toms Frederick J. carpenter, house 16 Madison 
Toomey John, laborer, house 161 Thorndike 
Toner Charles, mason, house 50 Broadway 
Toner James A. glass-maker, house 230 Bridge 
Toner John E. clerk, 113 Cambridge, boards 49 Fifth 
Toner William, brush-maker, boards 49 Fifth 
Toner William, laborer, house rear 69 Gore 
Toulander John, painter (B.), house 13 Second 
Toohey Daniel, teamster, house 20 Fremont 
Toohey Martin Mrs. house 53 Vine 
Toohey Mary, widow of Peter, house 15 Winter 
Tooker George W. B. mechanic, h. Waverley, n. Walnut 
Tooker John F. carpenter, house 27 Baldwin 
Toole James, laborer, house 29 Harvard 
Tooles Thomas, laborer, house 21 Harvard 
Tooiney Dennis, clerk, Third, cor. Gore, house 96 Gore 
Toomey Dennis, laborer, house Warren, n. Cambridge 
Toomey John, laborer, house 233 Franklin 
Tooiney Thomas, teamster, house 196 Norfolk 
Toomey Thomas, teamster, house 98 Fifth 
Toomey Timothy, cabinet maker, boards 41 Cedar 
Toomv Mary, widow of John, house 34 Union 
Topliff Calvin H. Rev. house 86 Franklin 
Topping David, tinsmith, boards 135 Main 
Torrey Elizabeth Miss, house 20 Oxford 
Torrey Henry W., McLean Professor of Ancient and Mod- 
ern History, H. U. house 20 Oxford 
Torrey Maria W. widow of John T. boards 615 Main 

ROBERT BACON & CO. 45 West street, Boston. Black Neck- 
Wear La all Styles. 



Tony Lucy Miss, house 10 Chestnut 
Tony Mary A. Miss, house 10 Chestnut 
Tony Robert, Custom House officer (B.), house 10 Day 
Torry William, printer, house 7 Bow 
Toson John, pedler, house 141 Windsor 
Toik hette Hector, varnisher, boards 28 Dock 
Touchctte Louis, carpenter, house 51 Clark 
Touchette Louis jr. varnisher, boards 51 Clark 
Tourtelle Sarah A. widow of Daniel, h. 54 Mt. Auburn 
Toussaint Albert, compositor, Riverside, house (32 Har- 
rison ave. B.) [Brattle 
Tower Charles B. teacher (120 Tremont, B.), boards 60 
Tower Elizabeth B. widow of David B. h. 4 Buckingham 
Tower George H. travelling agent, boards 63 Columbia 
Tower George W. machinist, house 147 Columbia [ave. 
Tower Levi, book-keeper (27 Elm, B.), house 7 Ellsworth 
Tower Lizzie A. Miss, teacher, Reed Primary school, bds. 

24 Follen 
Tower Luther, foreman, 139 Broadway, h. 95 Hampshire 
Tower Samuel G. pattern maker, house 24 Follen 
Tower Sylvester, piano-forte ke}' maker, 139 Broadway, 
house 17 Fayette [Pleasant 

Towle Ebenezcr, bookbinder, house Gault's block, 113 
Towle Ernest E. mason, house 113 Pleasant 
Towle Eugene A. jeweler, boards 113- Pleasant 
Towle James M. clerk, boards 78 Hampshire 
Tcwle Michael, brass moulder, house Lopez, near Pearl 
Towle Warren O. boring machine operator, h. 20 Howard 
Town George* E. bookbinder (13 Washington, B.), house 

13 Kinnard 
Town Nathan, teamster, house 10 Leighton court 
Town Walter N. cabinet maker, boards 10 Leighton court 
Towne Ann, widow of Jabez, house 429 Main 
Towne Augustus, druggist (30 India, B.), house 417 

Towne Edward O. bds. 466 Prospect 
Towne Ezra, boards 64 Franklin 
Towne Frank, pork cutter, boards 3 Oak 
Towne Fred, surveyor, boards 64 Franklin 
Towne George H. clerk (110 North, B.), bds. 77 Auburn 
Towne Henry C. house 21 Prospect [78 Prospect 

Towne Horatio, watchmaker (240 Washington, B.), h. 
Towne John, clerk (B.), house 66 Prospect 
Towne Louisa C. widow of Orr N. boards 21 Prospect 
Towner Russell L. engineer, house 103 Western ave. 
Townes Edward, hostler, boards 12 Dunster 
Townes Franklin, pork cutler, h. Norfolk, n. Cambridge 
Townsend Augustus, boiler-maker, boards 147 Main 

Harvard Square. 


Town send Anthony, house 147 Main 

Townsend Elbridge G. carpenter, house Dana court 

Townsend Frederic B. student, H. U. rooms 21 College 

Townsend Joseph F. piano-maker, house Dana court 

Townsend Michael, carpenter, bds. Lambert, n. Cambridge 

Townsend William W. student, H. U. rooms 21 College 

Toye Dennis, blacksmith, house 19 Dublin 

Toye Martin, blacksmith, house 74 Spruce 

Tozer Charles A. insurance agent (B.), house 208 Harvard 

Tozier Oliver C. agent (40 Clinton, B.), house Carver, 

opp. Wendell 
Tracey John Mrs. house Jackson, near Spruce 
Tracy Bridget Mrs. house 35 Vine 
Tracy Henry R. editor (4 Alden, B ), house 16 Short 
Tracy James T. organ-maker, boards 11 Temple 
Tracy Martin, carpenter, Brighton, near the bridge, bds. 

90 Mt. Auburn 
Tracy Michael, laborer, bds. 9 Rice place [21 Bowdoin 
Tracy Michael F. carpenter and builder, Norton, house 
Tracy Patrick, laborer, house Rideout, cor. Jefferson 
Tracy William, teamster, house rear 9 Sparks 
Train Edmund, flour and grain, 115 Bridge, house 99 

Train Edmund I. clerk, 115 Bridge, boards 99 Thorndike 
Trainer Catherine, widow of Thomas, house r. 34 Brighton 
Trainer Hugh, driver fish wagon, boards Mrs. C. Trainer's, 

rear 34 Brighton 
Trainer John F. britannia worker, house 163 Columbia 
Trant James, laborer, liouse 132 Spruce 
Trask Charles A. salesman (42 Cornliill, B.), h. 10 Dover 
Trask Daniel, engineer, house 27 Tuttle [Hamilton 

Trask Henry P. harness maker (195 Friend, B.), h. 46 
Trask James- M. teamster, house 133 Spring 
Trask Martha, widow, house 46 Hamilton 
Trantman Hamilton T. polisher, house Stevens court 
Travers Robert, laborer, house 24 Vine 
Treadwell Adeline, widow of Daniel, h 29 Concord ave. 
Treadwcll James, printer (51 Water, B.), house 408 Main 
Trefethen John Y. clerk, house 29 Sydney 
Trefethen Thomas A. tinman, house 37 Western ave. 
Trelegan Newey T. blacksmith, house Clay, n. Spruce 
Tremain Frank, foreman Beal & Hooper's, Cambridge, n. 

First, house at Charlestown 
Tremlett Frank E. clerk, Mt. Auburn, boards at Boston 
Treworgy Hoyt, carpenter, house 25 Elm 
Tribble Augustus, bookkeeper, house 6 Worcester 
Trevett Hcniy, piano maker (1050 Washington, B.), house 

rear 146 Thorndike 

J. S. SAWYER. GRAVEL ROOFING, No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 
Main St., Cambridgeport. 


Triford John, laborer, boards 186 Gore 

Tripp Edward, teamster, boards 118 Harvard 

Triggs Thomas, dealer in kerosene oil, house 118 Otis 

Trimble John, compositor, Riverside, boards 5 Brooks 

Troutt James M. law student, rooms 40 Winthrop 

Trouvelot Leopold, assistant at the observatory, house 99 

Troville Joseph, tin pedler, boards 377 Cambridge 
Trow Edward, shoemaker, house 25 Tremont 
Trow Francis R. carpenter, house 18 Putnam 
Trow Morrill W. carpenter, boards 18 Putnam 
Trowbridge John, assistant profesor of physics, H. U. 

house 13 Sumner 
Troy James, tailor, house 2 Gilpin [do. 

Troy Paul, driver bread cart, 213 and 215 Cambridge, h. 
True George H. clerk, Porter's Hotel, boards do. 
Truesdell Storrs, carpenter, house 177 Cambridge 
Trull George G., State Constable, house Prince, n. Pleasant 
Trumbull George C. treasurer (North End Savings Bank, 

80 Union, B.), house 14 Arlington 
Trumbull John, clerk (80 Union, B.), bds. 14 Arlington 
Tryon Joseph, pork dealer (23 and 25 North, B.), house 

168 Brookline 
Tucker Charles B. brass-moulder, house 22 Union 
Tucker Ebenezer, house DeWolf court 
Tucker Ebenezer jr. carriage painter, house 5 Revere pi. 
Tucker Edward O. iron bedstead maker, house 39 Elm 
Tucker Edward P. (33 Franklin, B.), house 281 Harvard 
Tucker Joseph, laborer, house 35 Hastings 
Tucker Mary, widow of James, house 28 North 
Tucker Thomas E. salesman (29 Dock sq. B.), house 13 

Lcighton ct. 
Tucker William E. foreman, at White's (Court, cor. Han- 
over, B.), boards Ebenezer Tucker's, DeWolf ct. 
Tucker William L. law student, rooms 8 Holyoke 
Tuckerman Catherine P. widow of Samuel C. house 421 

Tuckerman Charles S. student, H. U. rooms 61 Thayer 
Tuckerman J. Willard, clerk (13 Chauncy, B.), boards 

421 Broadway 
Tufts Albert, upholsterer (28 Cornhill, B.), h. 33 Sixth 
Tufts Charles, shoemaker, 14 Church, boards do. 
TUFTS CHARLES, house 67 Prospect 
Tufts Ebenezer T. 2d, painter, boards 149 Otis 
Tufts Francis H. painter, 149 Otis, house do. 
Tufts Frank H. jr. painter, boards 149 Otis 
Tufts George, house Russell, near Somerville line 
Tufts George, upholsterer (28 Cornhill, B.), bds. 149 Otis 

GFNTS> BOOTS AH1> fcllOES at C. O. WILDEB'S, 537 Main 
street, Cainbridgepoi't. 


Tufts George M. hatter (145 and 147 Washington, B.), 

house 12 Short 
Tufts Isaac, carriage maker, house 39 River 
Tufts John A. mason, house 83 Thornclike 
Tufts John A. jr. upholsterer, boards 83 Thorndike 
Tufts John F. proctor, H. U. rooms 54 Thayer Hall 
Tufts John R. cabinet maker, house Brooks 
Tufts Joseph W. car-driver, house Warren, n. Cambridge 
Tufts Samuel, h. 890 Main [Harvard row, h. 890 Main 
TUFTS SAMUEL JR. furniture and piano mover, 10 
Tufts. Sarah, widow of Ebenezer T. h. 136 Cambridge 
Tufts Thomas A. milkman, boards 71 Vine 
Tully Patrick, hostler, boards 19 Harvard 
Tulley Edward, laborer, house 19 Harvard 
Tumilty Michael, laborer, house Kinnard, near Bay 
Tumilty Peter, laborer, house 98 Kinnard 
Tuplin John T. carpenter, boards 47 Cedar 
Tupper James C. carpenter, house 232 Broadway 
Turck Frank, hairdresser, 2 Harvard Row, boards Joel S. 

Pike's, Church 
Turn Martin, cabinet maker, boards 22 Cambridge 
Turnbull George, carpenter (17 Blossom, B.), house 15 

Auburn ct. 
Turner Alfred T. jr. broker (6 Central wharf, B.), h. 25 

Turner Daniel, pressman, h. Cuddy's blk. 159 Columbia 
Turner Daniel G. carpenter, house 17 Brookline 
Turner Edward, sawyer, Beal & Hooper's, bds. 147 Bridge 
Turner Edwin, salesman, W. S. Blanchard's, house at 

Turner Eliza, widow, house 27 Fifth 

Turner Emmons, organ-tuner, boards 99 Austin [State 
Turner George A. machinist (Gore block, B.), h. rear 1 
Turner Geo. R. millinery goods, 545 Main, h. at Reading 
Turner Harriet Mrs. house 1 1 2 Columbia 
Turner Henry H. organ tuner, 426 Main, bds. 99 Austin 
Turner James, coal, wood, etc., 404 Cambridge, 91 Broad- 
way, and 97 Main, house at Boston 
Turner Jeremiah C. printer, house 11 Mt. Auburn 
Turner Job A. jr. (Collins & Turner), boards at Boston 
Turner John, laborer, house 102 Brookline 
Turner Joshua, spring bed maker, house 10 State 
Turner Luther, designer (Chickering's factory, B.), boards 

113 Auburn 
Turner Mary Mrs. house 56 Charles [h. 914 do. 

Turner Mary A. widow of Peter, bread store, 912 Main, 
Turner William J. machinist (1 Hamilton pi. B.), house 

57 Sixth 

GEO. B. JAMES & CO., Lumber, Wharves, junction Bridge and 
Cambridge streets, East Cambridge. Boston office 14: Stato street. 
Lumber Manufacturers and Dealers, wholesale and retail. 


Turrill William G. printer, Riverside, house 73 Magazine 
Turtle Martin J. carriagesmith, boards 4 Vine [Inman 
Tnte Rensselaer, tea-dealer (4 Chatham row, B.), h. 108 
Tuttle Ann C. widow of John G. house 15 Hollis 
Tut tie Freeman, carpenter, boards 25 Tuttle 
Tuttle Jacob F. law student, rooms 56 Mt. Auburn 
Tuttle John E. book-keeper, Clark, Whitney & Co., East, 

near Bridge, house Somerville 
Tuttle Lydia B. widow of Moses, house 25 Tuttle 
Tuttle Mary E. widow of Joseph P. S. h. 17 Putnam ct. 
Tuttle William H. shoemaker (126 Pearl, B.), h. ^.Mag- 
Tway Mong, student, boards 42 Trowbridge 
Tweed Benj. F. superintendent of schools (Charlestown), 
boards 332 Broadway [Pearl 

Twist William, captain Police Station, No. 2, house 38 
Twist Wm. H. clerk, house 7 Austin 
Twombly Arthur B student, H. U. rooms 18 Matthews 
Twombly Arthur W. machinist, B. L. & R. R. shop, bds. 
at Charlestown [at Charlestown 

Twombly Fred M. machinist, B. & L. R. R. shop, house 
Twomey Cornelius, laborer, house 86 Elm 
Twycross S. G. A. salesman, 69 Main, bds. at Somerville 
Twyford John, butcher, boards 12 Squire's court 
Tyler Asa, boots and shoes (21 Cornhill, B.), h. 28 Sixth 
Tyler Columbus T. student, H. U. rooms 49 Thayer 
Tvler Daniel G. painter (26 India, B.), boards L. Mar- 
ret t's, Highland ave. 
Tyler Henry, painter, boards 88 Mt. Auburn 
Tyler Henry B student, H. U. rooms 13 Holyoke House 
Tyler Henry M. (Perry, Tyler & Co.), grocer, 456 Har- 
vard, boards 16 Eliot 
Tyler John M. coal (75 State, B.), house 55 Otis 
Tyler Joseph H. register of probate and insolvency, office 

Court House (E. Cambridge), h. at Winchester 
Tyler Orren F. provisions, 408 Cambridge, bds. 89 Tremont 
Tyler William, fireman, boards 29 Winter 
Tyler William R. student, H. U. rooms 16 Holmes place 
Tynes Timothy, waiter, house rear 105 Elm 
Tyng Catherine M. widow of Dudley, house 12 Mason 
Tyng James A. student, H. U. boards 12 Mason 
Tyng Stephen H. medical student, boards 12 Mason 
Tyng Theodosius S. student, Ep. Theo. Sem. 126 Brattle 

UHRIG JOSEPH, proprietor of Prospect House, 594, 596 

and 598 Main, house do. 
Ulmer Charles J. cooper, house 168 Cambridge 
Ulmer George, cooper, house 57 Sixth 

BILL HEADS neatly printed by JOHN FORD & SON, Harvard 



Ulpry Alexander, cabinet maker, 124 Harvard 
Ultsch John, soap-maker, house 182 Broadway 
Umbehend Catherine, widow of John, boarding house and 

lager beer saloon, 383 Main 
Umbehend Jacob, machinist, house 161 Main 
Umbehend John, varnisher, boards 171 Thorndike 
Umberhand Frederick, brush-maker, house Lambert, cor. 

Cambridge [National Bank, house 34 Magazine 

Underwood Frederick H. messenger, Cambridgeport 
Underwood John, tinplate worker, house 5 Columbia 
Underwood Nathan, milkman, house 34 Magazine 
Underwood Peter, clerk, North ave. cor. Dover, h. 290 do. 
Underwood Win. H. pocket-book maker, 642 Main, house 

16 Harrison avenue [Elm wood avenue. 

Union Monumental Marble Works, Mt. Auburn, opp. 
Union Machine and Foundry Co., E. A. Hill, agent, 58 

Union Railway Co., K. S. Chaffee, president, E. Howe, 

treasurer, office Palmer, near Brattle 
University Press, Welch, Bigelow & Co , Brattle square 
Upham Catharine C. Miss, house 17 Kirkland 
Upham Wm. H. carpenter, boards 5 Dickinson 
Usher Edward P. student, H. U. rooms 5 Stoughton 

VAILLE FREDERICK O. student, H. U. rm. 69 College 
Valencia Jack, cigar maker, house Lopez, n. Brookline 
Valentine Daniel, laborer, house 281 Cambridge 
Valentine James A. sexton, boards 7 West 
Valentine Jones, clerk, College whf. house 30 Holyoke 
Valentine Wm. R. house 7 West 
Vallely Arthur, laborer, house Porter, near Warren 
Vandervoort John E. ornamenter, house 75 Magazine 
Van de Sande Daniel F. G. homoeopathic physician, house 

83 North ave. opp. Sacramento 
Van den Brande Disre, cabinet maker, boards 11 Winter 
Vanderhoef Orrin J. bootmaker, 39 Wheatland blk. bds. 

Vandine Henry, nurseries, Ptymouth, cor. Windsor, h. do. 
Van Duzee Orville, iron-moulder, house 27 Webster ave. 
Van Duzer Henry S. student, H. U. rooms 17 Little's blk. 
Van Enden Edwin, cigar maker, Pearl, house (175 Dor- 
chester avenue, B.) 
Van Hise Frank, hostler, U. R. Co. house 11 Flagg 
Van Nest George W. student, H. U. rooms 45 Thayer 
Van Putten John, cabinet maker, house 214 Cambridge 
Van Straten John C. oil finisher, boards 91 Sixth 
Vanstry Augustus, cabinet maker, house 214 Cambridge 
Vanstry Ferdinand L. cabinet maker, h. 11 Winter 

No. 1 Hyde's Block, 64>3 Main street, Cambridgeport. 


Varish , shoemaker, boards 3 Green 

Vary Victor, cook (13 Central, B.), h. Vine, n. Sixth 
Vaughan A. Abbott (Kidder, Vaughan & Co. 42 India, 

B.), house 21 Berkeley 
Vaughan Benjamin, commission merchant (42 India, B.), 

house 20 Concord avenue 
Vaughan Charles, house Berkeley, near Craigie 
Vaughan Charles E. physician, 8 Garden, house do. 
Vaughan Francis W. librarian (law library, B.), boards 

21 Berkeley 
Vaughan William M. house Craigie, cor. Concord ave. 
Vaughan William W. law student, boards William M. 

Vaughan's, Craigie 
Vaupel Louis, glass-engraver, house 124 Thorndike 
Veazie Emma F. Miss, teacher, Washington Grammar 

school, boards 353 Harvard [ville 

Veazie William, book-keeper, 15 Holyoke, h. at Somer- 
Vellee Alphonse C. bookbinder, Riverside, bds. 67 Pearl 
Vellette Samuel, painter, house Leighton court 
Venables Geo. laborer, house 189 Franklin [Boston 

Venance George K. cabinet maker, F. Geldowsky, h. at 
Venard Joseph H. glass-blower, h. Cambridge, n. Prospect 
Venner Henry, cabinet maker, house 14 Clark 
Venner John T. organ-maker, house 12 Union 
Venner William, cabinet maker, house 11 Clark 
Veno John C. laborer, house 23 Hancock 
Veno Peter, laborer, house 83 Spruce [3 Village 

Venter Ernest C. jeweller (Wash, cor Winter, B.), house 
Venter John E. furrier (27 Elm, B.), house 55 Moore 
Verity John S. grocer, Cambridge, corner Columbia, house 

9 Broadway 
Verkampen Arnold, copper smith, h. Thorndike, n. Eighth 
Vickers Geo. brass finisher, house 8 Winter 
Vickery Wm. J. carpenter, house 8 Webster 
Vigneron Dominick, glass-cutter, bds. 64 Vine 
Vigneron John, glass-cutter, house 64 Vine 
Vile James, currier, boards North ave. near Tannery 
Vilmer Ovid, at Boston Stamping Co. house r. 143 Main 
Vinal Albert, real estate agent (67 Sears' building, B.), h. 

325 Harvard 
Vinal Chas. A. clerk (B.), boards 325 Harvard 
Vincent Charles F. blacksmith, boards 104 Main 
Vining. Caroline M. Mrs. house Union, near Lincoln 
Vinton Geo. house 14 Worcester 

Vogl Adolph, clerk (339 Washington, B.), h. 81 Thorndike 
Voit Fanny Mrs. house Harvey, near Jackson 
Voit William, brass finisher, house Lechmere bldg. 
Volkman Richard, brass finisher, house 59 Vine 

CHILDREN'S BOOTS] a Specialty. C. D. WILDER, 557 Main 
street, Cambridgeport. 


Vollintine Chas. H. confectionery, bds. 10 Webster 
Vollintine Sally, widow of Thos. house 10 Webster 
Vollintine Thomas, clerk, boards 10 Webster 
Von Bretton Eliza Miss, bds. 4 Symonds blk. De Wolf 
Vose Edraond, cabinet maker, boards 83 Broadway 

WADDELL JOHN, carpenter, house 133 Brookline 

Wadden Matthew, cooper, house Pioneer place 

Wade Asa, flour-inspector (16 Commerce, B.), house 301 

Broadway [North ave. 

Wade Geo. F. clerk (B.), boards Mrs. Benj. Rand's, 162 
Wade Henry F. book-keeper (B.), house 6 Tremont 
Wade John F. house 187 Hampshire [h. 16 Forest 

Wade J. Augustine (Edwin Dresser & Co ), diary manuf. 
Wade Rufus R. postmaster, E. Cambridge, h. 71 Thorndike 
Wade William H. carpenter, house 3 Franklin 
Wadman Theophilus G. house North Cambridge [burn 
Wadsworth William H. student, H. U. rooms 30 Mt. Au- 
Wait John B. grocer, 345 Cambridge, house do. 
Wait John L. machinist, house 8 Harrison 
Waite Reuben, carpenter, house 144 Pleasant [Ash 

Waitt Andrew S. superintendent, College buildings, h. 18 
Waitt Freeman C. expressman, 195 Broadway, house 35 

Cottage [bds. 25 Tuttle 

Waitt Sarah B. Miss, teacher, Dunster Primary school, 
Wakefield Enoch H. real estate broker (81 Washington, 

B.), house Main, cor. Putnam 
Wakefield James H. carpenter, house rear 73 Walnut 
Wakeham Samuel, painter, boards 61 Washington 
Walbach George G. student, H. U. rooms 56 Thayer 
Walcott Charles F. lawyer (Court, B.), li. 5 Lake View av. 
Walcott Henry P. physician, Waterhouse, near North ave. 

house do. [sq. house 44 Holyoke 

Waldron John D. receiver, Union Railroad Co. Harvard 
Waldron John Q. A. house 2 Austin [nut 

Waldron Laura A. widow of George G. h. Sydney, n. Wal- 
Wales Helen A. Mrs. dressmaker, house 10 Norton 
Walker Albert L. boards 59 Fifth 
Walker Alfred W . Mrs. boarding-house, 300 Main 
Walker Ann E. widow of John S. house 47 Magazine 
Walker Bryant, gardener, house 54 Brattle 
Walker Chas. superintendent, Riverside Press, house 

Western ave. cor. Kinnard 
Walker Chas. E. clerk, boards 23 Essex 
Walker Chas. T. auctioneer ( B.), house 293 Harvard 
Walker Cordelia F. Miss, teacher private school, house 23 

Walker Cutler B. supt. bakery, 15 River, house 17 do. 

ROBERT BACOV cc CO., Office 4 40 Main street, Cambridgeport. 
Manufacturers of lilack Neck. Wear in all Styles. 


Walker George, carpenter, boards 12 Douglas 

Walker Grant, student, H. U. rooms 5 Holvvorthy 

Walker Henry, painter, boards 21 Front 

Walker Henry O. commission merchant (12 South Market, 

B.) boards 31 Western ave. 
Walker James, house 64 Sparks 
Walker John, bookbinder, house 19 Clark 
Walker John E. printer, bds. 9 Charles River 
Walker John F. brush maker, house 141 Windsor 
Walker John G., U. S. N. house 11 Shepard 
Walker John H. fireman, house 72 School 
Walker John W. carpenter, house 47 Magazine 
Walker Joseph, carpenter, house 2S Harvard 
Walker Joseph E. moulder, house 51 Market 
Walker Joseph H. Mrs. house 16 Wendell 
Walker Mary, widow of George W. house 26 Watson 
Walker Richard, gardener, house 257 Mt. Auburn 
Walker Robert, building-mover, bds. rear 56 Winter 
Walker Samuel, tailor, 49 Cambridge, house 53 do. 
Walker Thos. O. circulating library (2 Hamilton pi. B.), 

house 31 Western ave. 
Walker Wm. printer (B.), boards 19 Clark 
Walker William C. carpenter, bds. 21 Front 
Walker William P. (Gilson & Walker), last manuf. 174 
Broadway, house at Somerville [house 23 Essex 

Walker Weston W. (Gay & Walker), grocer, 649 Main, 
Walkling Frederick L. die-maker, house 162 Cambridge 
Wall Edmund, grainer, house 22 Murdock 
Wall Martin, laborer, house 83 Gore 
Wall Wm. carriage-smith, house 36 Harvard 
Wall Wm. carpenter, house 305 Cambridge 
Wallace Charles O. carpenter, house 179 Main 
Wallace Jane A. Mrs. house 54 Hastings 
Wallace John Mrs. widow, bouse 26 North 
Wallace Martha A. widow of James P. jr. h. 7 Everett pi. 
Wallace Richard, teamster (B.), house rear 6 Davis 
Wallace Thomas, compositor, boards 12 Everett place 
Wallace Thomas G. box maker, boards 54 Hastings 
Wallace Vinal, street-paver, house 177 Main 
Wallace William, organ maker, boards 39 Windsor 
Wallace William J. painter, house 26 Sparks 
Wallach Leopold, law student, rooms 102 Mt. Auburn 
Wallen Charles, cabinet maker, boards 12 Dunster [do 
Waller Alexander H. hair dresser, 117 Cambridge, boards 
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Walters Henry, scientific student, rooms 134 Mt. Auburn 
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Walters William F. spring bed maker, bds. 36 Washing- 
Walton George L. student, H U. rooms 15 Weld 
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Walton James F. watch maker (127 State, B.), h. 185 

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Ward Arthur H. cabinet maker, boards 56 River 
Ward Benjamin L. clerk (59 Hanover, B.), bds. 20 Far- 
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Ward Charles, machinist, boards 363 Main 
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Ward Francis, shipper, Reversible Collar Co. 10 Arrow, h. 

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Ward Frank P. student, H. U. rooms 52 Brattle 
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Ward Hannah M. widow, house 412 Cambridge [Essex 
Ward Helen J. teacher Harvard Primary school, house 6 
Ward Henry B. real estate agent (2 Court sq. B.), h. 14 

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Ward Henry L. (S. Ward & Sons), provisions, 640 Main, 
Ward Isaac N. carpenter, boards 10 Brewer 
Ward James, moulder, house Harvard, near Brewery 
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Ward John M. house 26 Sparks 

Ward Joshua F. house 121 Magazine 

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Ward Margaret M. widow of Michael J. house 26 Sparks 

Ward Mary M. dress maker, boards 68 Hastings 

Ward Mary N. fancy dry goods, 146 Harvard, bds. 68 

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Ward Samuel (S. Ward & Sons), provisions, 640 Main, 

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Ward Samuel & Sons (Samuel, Andrew A. & Henry L. 
Ward Samuel jr. painter, boards 50 Hamilton 
Warren Samuel D. student, H. U. rooms 19 Little's blk. 
Ward Samuel G. student, H. U. rooms 20 Little's b'k. 
Ward Samuel L. paper hanger (53 Union, B.), house 26 

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Ward Simeon" P. clerk (124 Tremont, B.), bds. 20 Far- 
Ward Thomas, laborer, house 2 Jefferson 
Ward William, gardener, house 198 Hampshire 
Ward William, lather, boards 15 Suffolk [Charles River 
Ward William H pressman, Welch, Bigelow & Co. bds. 4 
Ward Winthrop A. carriage manufacturer, 242, 244 and 

246 Main, house 65 Magazine [at Boston 

Wardwell John F. straight moulder, Woodbury & Co. h. 
Wardwell Virgil P. student, Divinity school, rooms 23 

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Ware Arthur L. student, H. U. rooms 39 Gray 
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Ware Thomas, laborer, house 19 Brewery 
Ware Wesley, organ maker, house 32 Columbia 
Ware William F. boot and shoe maker, h. Clay, c. Spruce 
Warfield Hattie E. Miss, teacher Webster Grammar school, 

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Warfield Henr} 7 , proof-reader, house 1 Jay 
Warland Altamont, book-keeper (B.), boards 81 Brattle 
Warland Charles A. clerk, 25 Brattle sq. rooms 1 Revere 

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Warland Edward M. book-keeper (Kidder, Vaughn & Co. 
Warland William, pastor St. John's Episcopal church 

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Warner Caleb H. cashier (National Bank of Commerce, 

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Warner Joseph B. law student, boards 336 Harvard 
Warner Thomas, engine fitter, house 452 Cambridge 

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Warren Charles E. express driver, h. Watson, n. Pearl 
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Warren Geo. K. photographer, Post Office building, 559 

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Warren John B. house Norfolk, corner Austin 
Warren Polly, widow of Samuel, boards 60 Columbia 
Warren Preston, carpenter, house 129 Otis [h. 688* Main 
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Warren Sarah Miss, boards 69 Spring 
Warren Thomas B. student, H. U. rooms 9 Hoi worthy 
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Warren Wm. F. Rev. house 117 Prospect 
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Waters William C. book-keeper (29 Brattle, B.), boards 

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Watriss Sarah W. widow of Oliver W. house 615 Main 
Watson Dana, clerk, 64 Cambridge, boards 7 Second 
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Watt Georgiana, proof-reader, boards 9 Brewer 

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444 Main, house 122 Pearl 
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Waugh William A. & Co. (W. A. and Charles Waugh), 

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Waugti William T. upholsterer, boards 105 Spring 
Weaver Susan R. widow of William H. h. 255 Broadway 
Webb Abbie M. Miss, teacher, Washington grammar 

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Webb John W. house 86 Harvard [boards 19 Everett 

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Webb Matthew, laborer, house rear 90 Harvard 
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"Webb Svlvester, paper hanger, house 32 Hastings 
Webb William H. laborer, house 3 Crane 
Webb William W. carriage manufacturer, Cedar, n. North 

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Webber A. Carter, physician, 771 Main 
Webber Charles, teamster, house 26 Broakline 
Webber Frank O. student, boards 771 Main [place 

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Webber Oliver H. apothecary, 591 Main, h. 8 Warland 
Weber Anselm, bootmaker, 212 Cambridge, house do. 
Weber George, saloon, 214 Cambridge, house do. 
Weber Gustave, varnisher, boards 155 Otis 
Weber Henry, boot maker, boards P. N. Claussen's, Green 
Weber John, carver, house 3 Lechmere building, Bridge 
Webster Daniel, laborer, house 72 Harvard 
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Webster William F. cement manufacturer, Main, near G. 

J. R. R. house 138 Harvard 
Weeks Daniel, sawyer, house Broadway, cor. Davis 
Weeks Emmet, printer, house 13 Rockwell 
Weeks Fannie, widow, boards 20 Hancock 
Wegelor Franz T. cabinet maker, boards Winter 
Weil Christian, teamster, house 17 Seventh 
Weiandt Joseph, varnisher, house Ninth, near Cambridge 
Weinkold Ewald, baker, house 15 Vine 
Weinkold Henry, wood turner, house 119 Third 
Weinschenk Gustave, compositor, house 1 Revere place 
Weir David, gardener, house in McDonald's granite yard, 

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Weitze Frank, sausage maker, boards Spring, cor. Eighth 
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Welch Daniel, laborer, boards 154 Court 
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Welch John, boiler-maker, house 75 Third 
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Welch John, stone mason, house 3 Baldwin court 
Welch Mary H. widow of Hiram, house 113 Otis 
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Welch Michael, marble carver, house 20 Irving pi. 
Welch Michael, laborer, house Short, cor North 
Welch Michael, laborer, boards 16 Antrim 
Welch Oliver, machinist (49 Pitts, B.), house 57 Spring 
Welch Patrick, currier, house 150 Green 
Welch Patrick, plasterer, house 9 Baldwin ct. 
Welch Richard, laborer, house 132 Webster ave. 
Welch Robert, laborer, house 118 Dublin 
Welch Thomas, stone-driller, boards 21 Harvard 
Welch Thomas, laborer, house 129 Webster avenue 
Welch William, blacksmith, house 29 Dunster 
Welch William F. hair-worker, house 65 Cherry 
Weld Benjamin C. house 30 Winthrop 
Weld John C. carpenter, Mill, house 3 James 
Weld John C. Mrs. (Misses Fowler), dressmaker, Harvard 

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Weld John D. boards 866 Main 
Weld William F. student, H. U. rooms 12 Matthews 
Welles Alfred, clerk, Revere Sugar Refinery, boards 136 

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Wellington Ada H. assistant teacher, Harvard Grammar 
Wellington Alden D. salesman (157 Tremont, B.), house 

15 Pleasant place [Charlestown 

Wellington Alfred H. clerk, Wellington & Co. house at 
Wellington Arthur G. clerk, Geo. B. James & Co. boards 

67 Spring [815 Main 

Wellington Charles W. house-builder and contractor, h. 
Wellington P^dward W. student, H. U. rooms 22 Hollis 
Wellington Hannah, widow of George, house 91 Columbia 
Wellington Homer, clerk (240 Federal, B.), boards 121 

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Wellington Horatio (H. Wellington & Co ), wood and 

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WELLINGTON HORATIO & CO. (H. Wellington), 

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Wellington Jonas C. wholesale coal dealer (11 Kilby, B.), 

Wellington Joseph A. wood and coal, Charles River bridge, 

(Charlestown), house 100 Otis 
Wellington Joseph D. organ pipe maker (Charles, corner 

Cambridge, B.), house 67 Spring 
Wellington Joseph V* fruit and vegetables (Boylston mar- 
ket, B.), house 12 Tremont [Ms. at Charlestown 
Wellington J. Frank, clerk (H. Wellington & Co.), Bridge, 
Wellington Margaret B. Miss, teacher, Harvard Grammar 
school, boards 15 Pleasant place [bds. 5 Temple 
Wellington William H. clerk (87 and 89 Commercial, B.), 
Wellington William W. physician, house 5 Temple 
We 11 man Francis L. student, H. U. rooms 1 Weld 
Wellman J. Wesley, cotton broker (63 Kilby, B.), house 

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Wellman J. Wesley jr. at Holyoke store, house 7 Hancok 
Wellman Samuel E. candy pedler, house 43 Brookline 
Wells Amos B. laborer, house 59 Broadway, L. P. 
Wells Benjamin W. student, H. U. rooms 16 Gray 
W T ells Chas. S. P. teamster, bds. Lilac ct. near Portland 
Wells Elizabeth B. Miss, boards 175 Brattle 
Wells George W. laborer, house 113 Columbia 
Wells George W. Mrs. boards 8 Garden [23 Garden 

Wells James A. assistant register in bankruptcy (B.), bds. 
Wells James H. cigar manuf. 454 Main, house 638 do. 
Wells Jeremiah, teamster, house 31 Clark 
Wells John H. carpenter, house 7 Appian way 
Wells John H. travelling agt. house rear 159 Harvard 
Wells Mary L. Miss, boards 175 Brattle [h. 2 River 

Wells Peter Francis, flour merchant (15 Central whf. B.), 
Wells Samuel H. house 38 Tremont [Brighton 

Wells Sarah A. widow of Chas. A. house Mt. Auburn, n. 
Wells Sarah L. Miss, boards 175 Brattle 
Wells Sherburne S. teamster, house rear 134 Broadway 
Wells William Mrs. house 175 Brattle 
Welsh Benjamin H. bookbinder, boards 27 Cherry 
Welsh Edmund, shoemaker (B), boards 1 Gore 
Welsh John, laborer, house 132 River 
Welsh Patrick, shoemaker, 1 Gore, house do. [Dunstor 
Welsh Richard H. bookbinder. Riverside, house South, c. 
Welsh Walter, stable keeper (62 South, B.), house 53 Otis 
Welteh Henry T. provisions, 33 River and 40 Pleasant, 

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Welteh William, laborer, house Jackson, n. Spruce 

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Welts Elisha A. glass- worker, house 183 J Cambridge 
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Went worth Benj. butcher, boards 113 Webster ave. 
Wentworth Ber.j. B. butcher, house 113 Webster t ave. 
Wentworth B. Franklin, carpenter, house 10 Essex 
Wentworth Chas. G. (11. & C. G. Wentworth), carpenter, 
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Wentworth Ella M. widow of Walter B. house 52 Mt. 
Wentworth Isaac, clerk (B.), house 40 Prospect 
Wentworth James P. dentist, Ramsay blk. Harvard sq. 
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Wentworth Reuben (R. & C. G. Wentworth), carpenter, 
Wentworth R. & C. G. (Reuben and Chas. G. Went- 
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Wentworth Samuel L. carpenter, house r. 508 Main 
WENTWORTH THOMAS B. pew and pulpit builder, 

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Wentworth Thomas E. (62 Sudbury, B ), house Cam- 
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Wentworth William H. (W. H. Wentworth & Co.), mar- 
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Wentworth William H. jr. marble and soapstone worker 

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Wenzell Henry B. student, H. U. rooms 21 Weld 
Wescott Richmond T. blacksmith, house 119 Washington 
Wesley Augustus G. cook Thayer club, 4 Holmes pi. 

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Wesley David A. laborer, boards 51 Hastings 
West Allen, clerk, 430 Broadway, boards 67 Ellery 
West Benjamin W. carpenter, B. & L. R. R. shop,.house 

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West Edward J. carpenter, house 126 Pearl 
West Forrest W. clerk, P. O. house 58 Mt. Auburn 
West Henry, hair-dresser, 449 Main, r. 133 Columbia 
West Jacob C. compositor, boards 4 Story 
West John E. hair-dresser, basement 361 and 365 Main, 

boards do. 
West Levi H. car-builder, U. R. Co. house 8 Gerry 
West Lucy Mrs. widow, boards 31 Western avenue 
West Wm. B. carpenter, house 33 Putnam place 
West Wm. H. surveyor of lumber, house 39 Fourth 
West William II. tanner, boards 32 Putnam place 
Weston Byron A. law student, rooms 39 Brattle 
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"Weston Edward H. physician and apothecary, 163 Cam- 
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Weston William H. (William H. Weston & Co.), drug- 
gist, 152 Harvard, house 168 do. 
WESTON WILLIAM H. & CO. (William H. Weston 

and Simon G. Cottrell), apothecaries. 152 Harvard 
Wetherbee Addison H. student, H U. rooms 3 Hollis 
Wetherbee John E. student, H. U. rooms 30 Gray 
Wetherbee Mercy Mrs. wid. of Jeremiah, h. 23 Brookline 
Wetmore Charles W. student, H. U. rooms 11 Weld 
Weymouth George, cotton (Kilby, B.), bds. 304 Harvard 
Whalen Bridget, widow, house rear 55 Amory 
Whalen James, baker, boards Lopez, near Brookline 
Whalen John, baker, boards Lopez, near Brookline 
Wlialen John H. law student, boards Q2 Trowbridge 
Whalen Michael, laborer, house Dunster, near the wharf 
Whalen Richard, laborer, house 325 Cambridge 
Wharton E I ward R. student, H. U. rooms 9 Linden 
Wharton Francis Prof, house 23 Buckingham 
Wharton William F. law student, rooms 410 Harvard 
Whealan James, laborer, h. 2 Hannum's blk. Broadway 
Whealen James jr. laborer, boards 2 Hannum's block 
Whealen Thomas J. stereotyper, house 24 Short 
Wheaton Martha B. Miss, house 26 Trowbridge 
Wheeler Alfred A. student, H. U. rooms 23 Matthews 
Wheeler Allen B. foreman, 113 Broadway, house 5 Pine 
Wheeler Charles, engineer, B. & L. R. R. boards Mrs. 

Marshall's, foot East 
Wheeler Charles G. painter, house 271 Main 
Wheeler Chas. L. clerk (B.), house 11 Worcester 
Wheeler Charles O. driver, house 73 Columbia 
Wheeler Clark M, tailor (44 Washington, B.), house 30 

Wheeler Clark M. jr. cutter, boards 30 Bigelow 
Wheeler Daniel B. master Shepard grammar-school, 

house 19 Beech [lin 

Wheeler E Iward C. confectioner, 554 Main, bds. 81 Frank- 
Wheeler Elbridge L. sawyer, boards 117£ Harvard 
Wheeler Elizabeth W. widow of Charles" h. 106 Otis 
Wheeler Frank D. wholesale fish dealer, (83 Commercial, 

B.), house 42 Snepard 
Wheeler Frank S. (Jonathan Wheeler & Son), dry goods, 

Cambridge Bank building, house 95 Otis 
Wheeler George W. car builder, U. R. R. Co. bds. 10 Eliot 
Wheeler Henry A. clerk (32 Commercial, B.), bds. 106 0:is 
Wheeler Henry N. proctor, H. U. r'ms 56 College House 

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Wheeler John H. law student, rooms 2 College House 
Wheeler Irving W. clerk (88 Commercial, B.), bds. 106 Otis 
Wheeler John F. druggist (Broad, cor. Custom House, 

B.), house 8 Brookline 
Wheeler Jonathan (Jonathan Wheeler & Son), dry goods, 

Cambridge Bank building, house at Concord 
Wheeler J. & Son (Jonathan and Frank S. Wheeler), dry 

goods, Cambridge Bank building 
Wheeler Ken d rick, student, H. U. r'ms 20 Holyoke House 
Wheeler Lewis Mrs. house 64 Austin 
Wheeler Margaret S. Miss, dressmaker, house 48 Winthrop 
Wheeler Mary Ann D. Miss, house 23 Gore 
Wheeler Otis D. telegraph operator, at Post Office, North 

avenue, boards Porter's Hotel [Boston 

Wheeler Philip C. grocer, Bridge, corner East, house at 
Wheeler Philip M. clerk, Bridge, cor. East, h. at Boston 
Wheeler Sally, widow of Plummer, boards 29 Second 
Wheeler Samuel D. glass-cutter, N. E. Glass Co.'s, house 

226 Bridge 
Wheeler Sarah A. widow of George, h. 10 Revere place 
Wheeler Walter W. clerk, Bridge, cor. East, house (10 

Poplar, B.) 
Wheeler William A. student, H. U. rooms 65 Thayer 
Wheelock Edward, painter (Haverhill, B.), house 167 Cam- 
Wheelock George R. student, H. U. rooms 9 Hollis 
Wheelock Guilford D. carpenter, house rear J. Kendall's 

schoolhouse, Appian way 
Wheelock Samuel A. Dr. clairvoyant, house 12 Walnut 
Wheelcck S. Arnold, clerk, boards 12 Walnut 
Wheelwright Edmund M. student, H. U. rooms 37 Weld 
Wheelwright John T. student, H. U. rooms 37 Weld 
Wheeney Sophia Mrs. house 11 Fifth 
Whelan James N. baker, boards 11J Lopez 
Whidden Chas. L. car builder (Allston), house Pleasant, 

corner Auburn 
Whidden Edwin, clerk, boards 28 East 
Whidden Joseph, kerosene dealer (49 Charlestown, B.), 

house rear 150 Prospect 
Whipple Edwin L. law student, rooms 17 Dunster 
Whipple H. G. Mrs. house 5 Jay [13 Norton 

Whipple John A. photographer (297 Washington, B.), h. 
Whipple Wm. H. laborer, house 77 Elm [Thorndike 

Whitacre John S. telegrapher (83 State, B.), bds. 9 ) 
Whitcher Lydia A. teacher, Otis school, boards 57 Third 
Whittomb Oliver Mrs. house 31 Bigelow 
Whitcomb P. C. C. (366 Washington, B.), h. 31 Bigelow 
Whitcomb Walter C. music teacher, boards 31 Bigelow 

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Whitcroft George H. overseer, Riverside, b. ± Webster 

White Adelaide V. Mrs. bouse 18 Walnut piaffe ' 

White Angelina, widow of Arteraas, house 442 Broadway 

White Charles, carpenter, boards 117 Gore 

White Charles B. teamster, boards 54 Ellery 

White Charles J. assistant professor of Mathematics, H. U. 

ro.oms 21 Hollis [Winthrop 

White Charles M. clerk (195 Congress, B.), boards 46 
White Charles R. clerk, house 131 Harvard 
White Chester, clerk (46 No. Market, B.), h. 54 Franklin 
White Christopher, laborer, h. near Concord ave. above 

Walden [347 do. 

White Cornelius, tin and hardware, 389 Cambridge, bds. 
White Daniel, restaurant (Spring lane, B.), h. 73 Walnut 
White Dennis, laborer, house 15 Cowperthwait 
White Dennis, laborer, house 16 South 
White Edward, laborer, house 67 Moore 
White Edward A. workman, house 11 Front 
White Edward J. gardener and teamster, h. 54 Ellery 
White Edward P. cigar maker, B. P. Clark & Co. house 

459 Main 
White Edward P. clerk (Tremont, cor. Pemb Tton sq. B.), 

house 73 Walnut [house 103 Austin 

White Edward Y. dentist, 7 Hyde's block, 603 Main, 
White Elbridge A. machinist, boards 157 Main 
White Ellen, widow, house 13 Railroad 
White Francis, moulder, house 80 Sixth 
White Francis H. weigher and measurer, North ave. n. P. 

O. bldg. h. rear Coggswell avenue 
White Fred, pork cutter, boards 9 Squire's court 
White Fred. D. moulder, house 61 Sixth [town 

White George, machinist, B. & L. R. R. shop, h. at Charles- 
White Geo. W. horticulturist and city forester, 7 Hollis, 

boards Hurd's 
White George W. student, H. U. rooms 10 Hollis 
White Helen A. widow of Charles E. music teacher, 46 

Winthrop, house do. [Winter 

White Henry L. machinist Revere Sugar Refinery, bds. 27 
White Horace N. steam-fitting(104 Union,B.), h. 115 Green 
White Horatio S. student, H. U. rooms 46 Gray 
White James, clerk (B.), h. Mullen's ct. n. Winter, h. do. 
White James D. groceries and provisions, Bay, c. Green, 
White James E. tinsmith, 35 Elm, house 47 Elm [h. do. 
White James F. workman, B. P. Clark's, house 11 Front 
White James H. musician and musical instrument repairer 

(59 Court, B.), house 141 Washington 
White John, foreman, B. P. Clark's, house 11 Front 
White John, carpenter, house 186 Bridge 

GEO. B. JA.MES &, CO., Lumber, junction Bridge and Cam- 
bridge streets, East Cambridge. Boston office 14 State street. 
Eastern and Western Lumber of every variety. 


White John A. cigar maker, boards 10 Rockwell 
White John E. merchant (40 North, B.), h. 163 Brattle 
White John F. student, Scientific school, rooms b6 Mt. 

Auburn [Phillips pi. 

White John Gardner, merchant (19 Doane, B,), house 4 
White John S. laborer, house 7 Rice place 
White J. Phillips, carpenter, house 18 Willard 
White Joseph, laborer, h. n. Concord ave. above Walden 
White Kate M. Mrs. millinery and dress making, 459 

Main, house do. 
White Mar}', widow of John, house 47 Banks 
White Mary, widow of William, house 401 Cambridge 
White Michael, laborer, house 70 Spruce 
White Morris, teamster, N. N. Stickney & Co. h. 27 Crane 
White Morris W. at Mason & Hamlin's (B.),h. 32Tremont 
White Moses, hostler, U. R. Co. house 11 Flngg 
White Moses P. law student, H. U. rooms 5 Gray's Hall 
White M. A. widow of William, house 115 Auburn 
White Patrick, laborer, house Lambert, near Cambridge 
White Patrick (P. White & Bro.), baker, 440, 442, 444 

Cambridge, house do. 
White Patrick J. iron moulder, house G7 Moore 
White Paul, carpenter, house 200 Dublin 
White P. & Bro. (Patrick White and Timothy H. White), 

bakers, 440, 442, 444 Cambridge 
White Robert, house 48 Windsor [Third 

White Robert R. foreman North, Merriam & Co. h. 73 
White Samuel, salesman (B.), house 40 Elm 
White Samuel C. machinist, house 95 Windsor 
White Simon, house Clay, near Spruce 
White Thomas, laborer, house 147 Dublin 
White Thomas J. boards 310 Harvard [bridge, h. do. 

White Timothy H. (P. White & Bro.), baker, 440 Cain- 
White Ward J. boards 48 Windsor 

White William, blacksmith, 269 Cambridge, cor. Warren 
White William, laborer, h. Concord ave. n. 11. R. station 
White William J. grocer, 126 Pleasant, house do. 
White Wm. B. cigars & tobacco (B.), house 11 Front 
White Wm. F. house 310 Harvard 
White William H. bookbinder Riverside, h. 83 River 
White William H. machinist, B.-& L. R. R. shop, house at 

White Wm. H. school-janitor, house 92 Norfolk 

White , carpenter, house 35 Pleasant 

Whitehouse Charles T. burnisher, house 62 Walnut 
Whitehouse Edward L. student, H. U. rooms 27 Hollis 
Whitehouse Frederick, organ-case maker, bds. 32 Prospect 
Whitehouse John W. tinman, house 30 Webster 

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Whitehouse Seth, cabinet maker, boards 390 Main 
Whiteley Edward, steam and gas pipe (59 Cliarlestown, 

B.), house 55 Windsor 
Whittled Isabella Miss, house 16 Front 
Whiting Augustus, student, H. tJ. rooms 8 Holyoke House 
Whiting Geo. A. teamster, house 63 School [well 

Whiting George F. oil mer. (17 India whf. B.), h. 8 Cogsjs- 
Whiting Henry L. professor of coast survey (B.), house 

23 Fayette 
Whiting Lucia E. teacher, Allston school, h. at Boston 
Whitley Henry, bronzer (2 Spring lane, B.), h. 129 Har- 
Whitley Hiram C. government detective, h. 17 Bigelow 
Whitman Ephraim P. house 25 Kirkland 
Whitman Francis H. (Summer, B ), house 88 Ellery 
Whitman Wm. clerk (B.), house 48 Prospect 
Whitney Alfred (Quincy Market, B ), house 27 Pearl 
Whitney Amos, engineer, house 4 Sydney 
Whitney Amos P. organ maker, Main, house 28 Elm 
Whitney Augustus A. h. 138 North ave. cor. Mt. Vernon 
Whitney Benjamin D. (Washington, D. C), h. 10 Ash 
WHITNEY BENJAMIN W. counsellor at law, and no- 
tary public, 23 Brattle sq. h. 141 North avenue 
Whitney Calvin E. scientific student, rooms 1 Revere pi. 
Whitney Charles (D. N. Skillings, Whitney Bros. & 

Barnes), lumber dealer, Prison Point, h. at Lowell 
Whitney Chas. D. machinist, boards 8 Windsor 
Whitney Charles L. B. student, boards 12 Ash 
Whitney David (Skillings, Whitney Bros. & Barnes), 

lumber dealer, Prison Point, h. at Detroit, Michigan 
Whitney Edward, hostler, boards 6 Water 
Whitney Edward H. clerk, house 95 Walnut 
Whitney Ella C. Miss, teacher, Riverside Training school, 
boards I Auburn court [burn ct. 

Whitney Frank E. machinist (South Boston), bds. 1 Au- 
Whitney Fred, student, boards 98 Magazine 
Whitney Henry, merchant, house 80 Otis 
Whitney Henry F. clerk (40 Devonshire, B.), h. 2 Rice 
Whitney Horace, superintendent, Dover Stamping Co.'s, 

h. 113 Magazine 
Whitney James O. jig sawyer, Lockhart's, h. 83 Clark 
Whitney John F. (366 Washington, B.), bds. 34 Austin 
Whitney Joseph A. P. book-keeper, 629 Main, h. 30 Park 
Whitney Joseph, city treasurer and collector of taxes, 

office City Hall, house 98 Magazine 
Whitney Josiah D., Sturgis Hooper professor of Geology, 

H. U. house 12 Oxford 
Whitney Lyman, box maker, house 43 Windsor 

No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 Main street, Carabritlgeport. 


Whitney Martin, baker, 579 Main, house 4 Essex 
Whitney Richard D. delivery-clerk (B. & A. R. R., B.), 

house 9 Harrison place 
Whitney Samuel B. music teacher, boards 304 Harvard 
Whitney Samuel, clerk, house rear 27 Sixth 
Whitney Susie C. Miss, dressmaker, 436 Harvard, h. do. 
Whitney Theodore W. machinist, B. & L. R. R. repair 

shop, boards (64 Lynde., Charlestown) 
Whitney Waldo F. dentist (132 Court, B.), house 30 Park 
Whitney Walter H. machinist, boards 4 Sydney 
Whitney William H. civil engineer (3 J Court, B.), house 

1 Auburn court 
Whitney William L. box maker, house 43 Windsor 
Whiton John P. cigars and tobacco (24 Broad, B.), house 

765 Main [Harvard, house at Boston 

Whiton John W. cigars and tobacco, Holyoke House, 450 
Whittaker Joseph W. pay master, B. & L. R. R. boards 

30 Second 
Whittemore Amos, machinist, Brookline, h. 43 Norfolk 
Whiltemore Amos, expressman, order-box, 71 Cambridge, 

house 100 Spring 
Whittemore Benjamin B. (Whittemore & Hale), soap 

manuf., Davis, cor. Broadway, h. Ill Washington 
Whittemore Charles F. boards 329 Harvard 
Whittemore George W. Mrs. h. 329 Harvard 
Whiltemore Henry, student, H. U. rooms 26 Thayer 
Whittemore Fred. W. clerk (B.), boards 329 Harvard 
Whittemore John C. clerk, rooms 1 Shepherd's block, rear 

10 Charles River 
Whittemore John M. jr. house 15 Follen 
Whittemore John O. agent, house 12 Watson 
Whittemore Joseph (Bird & Whittemore), real estate and 

insurance agent, 547 Main, and (36 Washington, B.), 

boards 8 Front 
Whittemore L. C. Mrs. wid. of Thos. h. 107 Washington 
Whittemore Thomas, 3d, boards 107 Washington 
Whittemore & Hale (Benjamin B. Whittemore and Aaron 

Hale), soap manufs., Davis, cor. Broadway 
Whitten Nathan, broker (B.), house 36 Cherry 
Whitten Benjamin F. super phosphate manuf. (Brighton), 

boards 101 Western ave. • 
Whitten Henry, gas fitter, bds. Blackstone, n. Western ave. 
Whittier Abbie L. Mrs. boards 7 Shepard [Carver 

Whittier Geo. E. stair-builder, bds. Hiram B. Whittier's, 
Whittier Hiram B. carpenter, house Carver, opp. Wendell 
Whittier I. F. organ maker, 101 Gore, h. at (254 Bunker 

Hill, Charlestown) 
Whittier John, laborer, boards 190 Bridge 

LADIES' BOOTS AND SHOES at C. T>. WlLDElt'S,5.>7 Main 
street, Cain bridge port. 


Whittier Leroy A. proof-reader, Riverside Press, bouse 33 

Stone's block, Blackstone [tier's, Carver 

Whittier Nathaniel E. carpenter, boards Hiram B. Whit- 

Whitton James H. printer, h. 29 Stone's bl'k, Blackstone 

Whittier , clerk, Main, boards 63 School 

Whitton William, cigar maker, house 130 River 
Whittum George E. milkman, house 5 Brewer 
Wholley James, pedler, house Porter, near Warren 
Wholley James, sawyer, house 106 Fourth 
Whoriskey Richard, stone-cutter (Charles, B.), house 224 

Wieland Christian, cabinet maker, house 122 Elm 
Wieland Joseph G. (Wieland Bros.), florist, Harvard, cor. 
Trowbridge, house do. [vard, cor. Trowbridge, 

WIELAND BROS. (Joseph G. Wieland), florist, Har- 
Wier Benjamin, organ tuner, house 2 Ashburton 
Wier James, pedler, house 118 Columbia 
Wier Octavius P. tuner, house 17 Fremont 
Wigg Frederick, oiled hat maker, boards 33 Cambridge 
Wiggin Charles H. organ maker, house 33 Front 
Wiggin Charles H. jr. organ finisher, bouse 414 Main 
Wiggin George W. cabinet maker, house rear 24 Front 
Wiggin James, blacksmith, house 6 Gray place 
Wiggin James B. piano-forte action maker, Osborn's build- 
ing, State, house 13 Pleasant place 
Wiggin William P. commission merchant (29 North Mar- 
ket, B.), house 12 Frost 
Wiggins John, student, H. U. rooms 46 Holyoke House 
Wigglesworth George, student, H. U. rooms 16 Hoi worthy 
Wight Albion P. stone-cutter, house Sydney, cor. Walnut 
Wight Joseph R house 105 Hampshire 
Wightman Joseph C. Rev. house 350 North avenue 
Wilber Fred, moulder, rooms 69 Moore 
Wilbour John C. engineer, house 184 Cambridge 
Wilbur Ellis, laborer, house 161 Broadway 
Wilbur Gabriel, boiler-maker, house 161 Broadway 
Wilby Joseph, student, H. U. rooms 12 Stoughton 
Wilcox David, hatter (8 Boylston square, B ), house 76 

Wilcox Ernest E. teamster, boards 119 Prospect [Bridge 
Wilcox Harry C. carpenter, boards Mrs. H. J. Wilcox's, 
Wilcox Helena J. house Bridge, near Lowell repair shop 
Wilcox Herbert, carpenter, boards Mrs. H. J. Wilcox's, 
Bridge [house at Boston 

Wilcox John F. D. restaurant, North ave. n. R. R. bridge, 
Wilder Charles C. grocer (189 Cambridge, B.), house 107 
Austin [12 Worcester 

WILDER CYRUS D. boots and shoes, 557 Main, house 

ROBERT BACON & CO., Office 440 Main street, Cambridgeport. 
Patterns cut and materials for Shirts furnished. 


Wilder David, house rear 41 Norfolk, 2d arbor 
Wilder George L. workman, Wood's, boards 32 Prospect 
Wilder Henry C. paper ruler (B.), house 6 Ashburton pi. 
Wilder James C. second -haud furniture, etc. 288 Broad- 
way, house 9 Williams [185 Harvard 
Wilder John, real estate agent (3 Tremont row, B.), h. 
Wilder Samuel N. contractor (B.), house 223 Washington 
Wildes Charles H. house 77 Inman 
Wildes George D. student, H. U. rooms 23 Stoughton 
Wildes Moses, 2d, broker (31 State, B.), house 5 Eliery 
Wildy Samuel H. law student, rooms 30 Mt. Auburn 
Wiley Charles A. clerk (133 Commercial, B.), boards 29 
Sydney [Church 
Wiley Harvey W. student, Scientific school, boards 10 
Wiley John, slater, Banks, cor. Mt. Auburn, h. 36 DeWolf 
Wiley Mary W. Mrs. seamstress, boards 32 Sydney 
Wiley Seth N. general stevedoring (111 Commercial, B.), 

house 16 Trowbridge 
Wilkins John, cabinet maker, bds. Fourth, n. Cambridge 
Wilkins Walter L. (Rutledge & Wilkins), brewer, house at 

Wilkins Chas. G. printer, bds. 62 Broadway 
Wilkinson Arthur Mrs. house 333 Harvard 
Wilkinson Charles, laborer, house 23 Hastings 
Wilkinson Edward T. house 333 Harvard 
Wilkinson James F. (Wilkinson &Daly), grocer, 462 Har- 
vard, house DeWolf court 
Wilkinson Michael, scroll-sawyer, house 17 Winter 
Wilkinson Michael J. grocer, at 426 Harvard, bds. 13 

Wilkinson Thomas, glass-maker, house 58 Winter 
Wilkinson Walter, brass finisher, house 134 Webster ave. 
Wilkinson William, glass maker, house 67 Winter 
Wilkinson & Daly (James F. Wilkinson and Philip Daly), 

grocers, 426 Harvard 
Willard Benjamin D. planer, house 41 Elm 
Willard Charlotte Mrs. tailoress, 12 Fifth, house do. 
Willard Edward A. clerk (Court House, B.), house Aliston, 

corner Waverley 
Willard Evat, frox-sawyer, house 192 Harvard 
Willard Hannah Miss, house 151 Mt. Auburn 
Willard Henry A. gas and water piping (159 Milk, B.), bds. 

151 Mt. Auburn 
Willard Lucy Mrs. house 78 Mt. Auburn 
Willard Monroe L. student, H. U. rooms 45 Matthews 
Willard Sidney F. clerk (210 Commercial, B.), bds. Ali- 
ston, corner Waverley [B.), house 8 Eliery 
Willey Aaron R. eating house (Temple, cor. Cambridge, 



Willey Charles, expressman, bouse 87 Main 

Willey Susan, house 34 Holyoke 

Willey. Walter T. law student, rooms 34 Holyoke 

Williams Albeit, laborer, bds. 7 Webster ave. 

Williams Alfred, house Suffolk, near Columbia 

Williams Andrew Mrs. house 42 Hastings 

Williams Asa, restaurant (19 School, B ), house 42 River 

Williams Chas. B. carpenter, bds. 82 Green 

Williams Chas. H. reporter, bds. Henry Williams', Florence 

Williams Charles T. foreman in moulding dept. Shawmut 

Iron Works, house 36 Austin 
Williams David W. student, H. U. rooms 7 Gray 
Williams Dwelley, moulder, Shawmut Iron Works, house 

21 Sydney 
Williams Edgar, wood-turner, bds. 420 Main 
Williams Edward M. tinplate worker, house 21 Austin 
Williams Eliza E. Miss, teacher Webster Grammar school, 

house 18 Lee 
Williams Elizabeth Mrs. nurse, house 12 Harrison ave. 
Williams Ephraim S. machinist, house Crossland 
Williams Frank, millman. Woodbury & Co. h. at Boston 
Williams Frederick G. carpenter, house 33 Charles river 
Williams George H. laborer, house 86 Harvard 
Williams George W. conveyancer, Court House, bds. 148 

Williams Henry, carpenter, house Florence, near Pleasant 
Williams Hemy, carpenter, house 4 Willow 
Williams Henry C. machinist, house 47 School* [House 
Williams Henry H. student, H. U. rooms 39 Holyoke 
Williams Jarvis, machinist", bds. 37 Columbia 
Williams Jenkins, clergyman, house 55 Washington 
Williams John B. carpenter, house 18 Mt. Auburn 
Williams John M. S. mei chant (114 State, B.), house 787 

Main [48 Mt. Auburn 

Williams Joseph, hardware (20 Dock square, B.), house 
Williams Laura Mrs. house 14 Dinsmore court [Lee 

Williams Maria F. teacher Dana Primary School, bds. 18 
Williams Mary, widow of Eli C. bds. 50 Trowbridge 
Williams Mary A. widow of Leonard, h. Pearl, cor. Main 
Williams Matthew H. draper, house 136 Brookline 
Williams Otis, carpenter, house 82 Green 
Williams Peter, millman, F. Geidowsky, house at Boston 
Williams Sally, widow of Elisha, house 18 Amory 
Williams Samuel K. jr. house 347 Harvard 
Williams Scott, laborer, bds. 116 Columbia 
Williams Seth, superintendent, Shawmut Iron Works, 

house 37 Columbia 
Williams Theodore C. student, H. U. rooms 7 College 

J. S. SAWYER, GRAVEL ROOFING, No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 
Main street, Cambridge port. 


Williams Thomas, laborer (B.), house 6 Davis 
Williams Thomas, pedler, house 37 Hampshire 
Williams Thomas H. gymnast, house 179 Main 
Williams Wm. teamster, bds. 178 Columbia 

Williams , house 55 Elm 

Williamson William H. student, H. XL rooms 12 Stoughton 
Willis Alfred P. tinman, bds Mrs. Willis', Elm, corner 

Willis David C. agent (Vinegar Co.'s, B.), h. 84 Austin 
Willis F. M. Mrs. house Russell, corner Elm 
Willis Newell J. machinist, house 94 Windsor 
Willis William D. teamster, house 12 Broadway 
Williston L. Richards, head-master, Cambridge High 

school, house 15 Berkeley 
Wills Henry, fruit preserver (Somerville), h. Holly place 
Wills John A. lawyer (Washington, D. C.), h. 58 Garden 
Wills Oswald A. shoe and leather reporter (48 Hanover, 

B.), house 31 Baldwin 
Wills William J. student, H. U. rooms 58 Garden 
Willson Edmund R. student, H. U. rooms 33 College 
Willson Robert W. student, H. U. rooms 27 Thayer 
WilmotH. B. clothing, (121 Washington, B.), bds. S. 

Applin's, 131 North avenue [Winter 

Wilson Alexander, engineer, N. E. Glass Co.'s, house 25 
Wilson Catherine, widow, house 66 Harvard 
Wilson Catherine, widow of Samuel B. h. 224 Broadway 
Wilson Chas. F. agent, Little, Brown & Co.'s bindery, 

Riverside, bds. 615 Main 
Wilson David, foreman dry pressing room John Wilson 

& Son, house 29 Putnam 
Wilson Elijah, jobber, house 27 Brewery 
Wilson Elizabeth, widow, house 70 Harvard 
Wilson Ezra, confectioner, 232 Cambridge, h. at Chelsea 
Wilson Gloud, carpenter (Navy Yard, Charlestown), h. 

Divinity avenue 
Wilson Hannah, widow of William, house 27 Gore 
Wilson Henry, bds. 18 Oxford 
Wilson James, bookbinder, house 4 Daye avenue 
Wilson James, cigar maker, bds. 20 Front 
Wilson James, clerk (B.), house 1 Pioneer 
Wilson John, carpenter, house 18 Oxford 
Wilson John, wood-turner, house 77 Gore 
Wilson John (John Wilson & Son), printer, h. 848 Main 
Wilson John jr. builder, State, house 14 Eliot 
Wilson John F. keeper, sheriff's office (Court House, B.), 

house rear 186 Cambridge 
Wilson Joshua, printer (3 Washington, B.), house 4 Jay 
Wilson Leonard P. carpenter, house 38 Pine 

street, Cambridgeport. 


Wilson Luther C. law student, rooms 25 Holyoke 
Wilson Matilda, widow, house 149 Franklin 
Wilson Michael, gardener, house 240 Franklin 
Wilson Ramon E. law student, rooms 40 Winthrop 
Wilson Robert D. cigar pedler, house 70 Green 
Wilson Royal, carpenter, house 29 North avenue 
Wilson Thomas, painter, house 21 Walnut court 
Wilson W. H. carpenter, house Otis, near Sixth 
Wilson William E. foreman pressroom, John Wilson & 

Son, bds. 29 Putnam 
Wilson William S. teamster, house 27 Gore 
Wilson William J. bookbinder, bds. 4 Jay 
Winchester Joseph, glass-cutter, bds. 70 Inman 
Windsor Betsey, widow of William, house 46 Austin 
Wing Abner T. clerk (B.), house 9 Tremont 
Wing Frederick D. assistant, Zoological Museum, house 

112 Oxford 
Wing Josiah D. currier, house 112 Oxford 
Winkley John N. iceteam, bds. 155£ Cambridge 
Winkley John S. carpenter, house 84 Mt. Auburn 
Winlo Adam, glass-maker, house 41 Winter 
Winlo Adam jr. upholsterer, boards 41 Winter 
Winlo George, glass-worker, house 41 Winter 
Winlock Joseph, director of the Observatory and Phillips 

professor of Astronomy and professor of Geodesy, 

Garden, house do. 
Winlock William, iron-moulder, h. 155 Main 
Winnek Ansel, clerk 474 Cambridge, bds. at Somerville 
Winnett Fred'k G. clerk, Rhoades', 17 Brattle, bds 25 Mill 
Winnett Harry B. book-keeper (5 Tremont, B.), bds. 281 

Harvard [281 Harvard 

WINNETT JASON, real-estate agent (5 Tremont, B.), h. 
Winnett Lizzie B. Miss, teacher, Allston Grammar school, 

boards 281 Harvard 
Winship Cynthia Miss, house 70 Columbia 
Winslow Henry, lawyer (B.), boards 89 Auburn 
Winslow John F. student, H. U. rooms 25 Thayer 
Winslow Lewis R. master-machinist, B. & L. repair-shop, 

house 30 Second 
Winteler Samuel, polisher, house 65 Gore 
Winter Charles, house 57 Inman 

Winter Charles jr. photographer (B ), house 132 Franklin 
Winthrop Charles A. house Shepard, near Garden 
Winward Alice J. Miss, teacher, Gore Primary School, bds. 

138 Cambridge 
Winward Edwin, clerk (Everett), bds. 138 Cambridge 
Winward Jesse, brick manufacturer (Everett), house 138 


GEO. B. JAMES «fc CO., Lumber, Wharves, junction Bridge and 

Cambridge streets, East Cambridge. Boston office 14 State street. 

Eaths, Shingles, Clapboards and Pickets. 


Winward Lizzie A. Miss, teacher, Putnam Grammar school, 

boards 57 Third 
Winward Walter, clerk (93 Broad, B.), bds. 138 Cambridge 
Winward Wm.W. clerk, 97 Cambridge, bds. 138 Cambridge 
Wiseman Ann, widow, house 11 Washington court 
Wiseman Thomas G-. laborer, house 59 Cherry 
Wiseman Thomas jr. engineer, house rear 42 Clark 
Wiswcll Cyrus B. carpenter, h. 44 Spring [21 Orchard 
Wiswell Dexter W. boots and shoes (222 Hanover, B.), h. 
Wiswell Samuel, boards 21 Orchard 
Witham Charles, box maker, boards 57 Pine 
Withain Thomas, cigar maker, 337 Main, house do. 
Witherell Davis C. engineer, B. &. L. R. R. shop, house at 

Witherell Freeman C. fish-market,540 Main, h.79 Franklin 
Witherell Mary, widow William, house 79 Franklin 
Witherlce Charles B. student, H. U. rooms 29 Gray 
Withey Simeon B. carpenter, College wharf, h. 52 Brattle 
Withington David L. student, H. U. rooms 57 College 
Withington Richard, teamster, house Rideout, near Porter 
Withington -Thomas H. paper folder (B.), house Pearl, cor. 

Main [Main, h. 103 Washington 

Wolcott John S. supt. Boston City Flour Mills Co., 356 
Wolfe M. A. Mrs. dressmaker, house 52 Auburn 
Wolff Conrad, cabinet maker, bds. 100 Main 
Wolff Henry C. cabinet maker, house rear 63 Gore 
Wood Alfred, cracker peddler, h. Gardner, near Prospect 
WOOD ALFRED, grocer, 6 Harvard row, h. 12 Chauncy 
Wood Caleb, house 321 Broadway 
Wood Charles, cabinet maker, house 14 Lincoln 
Wood Charles C. house 48 Cottage 
Wood Chas. J. carver, house 32 Winter 
Wood Charles J. student, H. U. rooms 54 Weld 
Wood Charles P. flour dealer (19 Commerce, B.), house 

15 Wendell 
Wood David G. house 17 Kirkland 
Wood David H. carpenter, house 28 Mt. Auburn 
Wood Edmund, carpenter, bds. 69 Mt. Auburn 
Wood Edward S. assistant professor of Chemistry, H. U. 

bds. 12 Chauncy 
Wood Elizabeth Mrs. house 32 Winter 
Wood Finley, printer, house 7 Harrison 
Wood Francis, painter, house 7 Harrison 
Wood Franklin A. physician, house 1 Norfolk 
Wood George, policeman, house 21 Essex 
Wood Helen M. Mrs. house 122 Prospect 
Wood James D. carpenter, bds. 69 Mt. Auburn [Cottage 
Wood James L. tin-plate and sheet-iron worker, bds. 48 

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Wood John C. painter, house 12 Brighton 

Wood John H. stationery (108 Court, B.),h. 118 Auburn 

Wood John W. carver, house 73 Spring 

Wood John W. engineer, house 27 Rice 

Wood Marcelius A. cabinet maker, house 121 Thorndike 

Wood Moses A. law student, bds. 28 Mt. Auburn 

Wood Phineas S. machinist, boards rear 25 Winter 

Wood Pliny, clergyman, house 16 Wright 

Wood Samuel, pecller, house 6Q Amory 

Wood Sophronia S., widow of Augustus S., bds. 98 Otis 

Wood Thomas J. glass maker, house 30 Winter 

Wood William B. glass blower, boards rear 25 Winter 

Wood Wm. H. (Gale & Wood), lumber, 69 Main, bds. 270 

Wood Wm. K. stationery (108 Court, B.), h. 118 Auburn 
Wood William S. butcher, house Harvey, near Jackson 
Woodard Chas. H. carpenter, house 33 Holyoke 
Woodard Jonas (Aiken & Woodard), charcoal dealer, 

Cambridge, near First, house 5 Sixth 
Woodard Elisha, hostler, house 2 Pioneer pi. 
Wood berry George E. student, H. U. rooms 31 College 
Woodbridge John R. butcher, house 298 North ave. 
Woodbridge Samuel F. cattle broker (67 Quincy market, 
B.), li. 281 North ave. [280 North ave. 

Woodbridge William F. (65 Quincy market, B.), house 
Woodbury George E. (Woodbury & Co.), planing, sawing 

and mouldings, Otis, cor. First, house 97 Otis 
Woodbury George H. salesman (Tremont, cor. West, B.), 

bds. 353 Harvard 
Woodbury Jsaac A. (Woodbury & Co.), planing, sawing 

and mouldings, Otis, cor. First, house 97 Otis 
Woodbury James F. bds. 353 Harvard 
Woodbury John H. travelling agent, house 353 Harvard 
Woodbury Julia A. widow of Isaac A. bds. 97 Otis 
Woodbury Leonard, boards Walnut, near Pearl 
Woodbury Willard H. (Cilley, Stimson & Woodbury), liv- 
ery stable, 120 Green, house 112 do. 
WOODBURY & CO. (George E. and Isaac A. Wood- 
bury), planing, sawing and mouldings, Otis, cor. First 
Woodland Joshua G. collar stripper, 10 Arrow, boards 4 

Woodland William, carriage smith, house 4 Cowperthwait 
Woodley Nancy, widow, house 51 Hastings 
Woodman Charles, piano-forte maker (B.),h. 95 Columbia 
Woodman Cyrus, law} T er, house 9 Kirkland place 
Woodman FLlizabeth L. Mrs. boards 19 Erie 
Woodman Frank, boards 9 Kirkland place 
Woodman George, stone carver, house 74 Spring 

iVo. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 .train street, Cambridgeport. 


Woodman Herbert, milk driver, bds. 79 Thorndike 
Woodman James, box-maker, boards 3 Pettingell's court 
Woodman Thomas J. carver, house Gl Spring 
Woodman Walter, student, H. U. rooms 9 Kirkland pi. 
Woodruff Ed. waiter, house 57 Hastings 
Woods Geo. (Geo. Woods & Co.), parlor and vestry or- 
gans, 624 Main, h. 78 Green 
WOODS GEO. & CO. (Geo. Woods and Geo. P. Carter), 

organ manufrs. 624 Main [Willard 

Woods James, fireman Gas Works, h. Mt. Auburn, near 
Woods James, salesman, boards 28 Watson 
Woods John C. B. law student, rooms 5 Phillips place 
Woods John H. engineer (State Prison, Charlestown) ,bds. 

8 Village 
Woods Patrick, plasterer (Cambridge, B.), h. 8 Winter 
Woods Richard, boot and shoe maker, 24 Brighton, h. do. 
Woods William, painter, bds. 50 Cedar 
Woodside Paul T. teamster, bds. 28 East 
Woodward Benjamin, ships' machinery (224 State, B.), 

house 46 North avenue 
Woodward Charles E. W. clerk (Wash. opp. School, B.), 

boards 52 Magazine 
Woodward C. H. R. agent, East Cambridge Boot & Shoe 

Co.'s, 157 Bridge, house 152 Cambridge [Windsor 
Woodward Eleanor T. widow of Samuel, house School, n. 
Woodward Frederick R. Mrs. house 58 Magazine 
Woodward Henry P. organ maker, boards 58 Magazine 
Woodward James B. druggist, house 314 Broadway 
Woodward James H. (Woodward & Gage), furniture, etc. 

North ave. n. Beech, h. Russell, cor. Orchard 
Woodward John K. student, H. U. rooms 19 Gray 
Woodward Samuel B. student, H. U. rooms 9 Gray 
Woodward Samuel J. salesman, 281 Broadway, boards 68 

Woodward & Gage (James H. Woodward and Milton 

Gage), furniture, etc. North ave. n. Beech [Sixth 

Woodworth Arthur D. foreman North, Meriam & Co. h. 21 
Wood worth John A. carpenter, house 21 Sixth 
Wooley Charles W. organ tuner, bds. 13 Norfolk 
Woolnough William G. book-edge marble, house 72 Pearl 
Woolson James A. boots (B.), h. 277 Harvard 
Woolworth Samuel B. bookbinder (B.), h. 33 Shepard 
Worcester Anna M. widow of'Thomas F. house 77 Brattle 
Worcester Asa, brush-maker (68 Chardon, B.), house 145 

WORCESTER BROS. (Charles H., Samuel A., Fred- 

erick, and Franklin Worce&tsr), furniture dealers and" 

upholsterers, 2o Brattle square 

CHILDREN'S BOOTS A Specialty. C. D. WILDER, 557 Main 
street, Cambridgeport. 


Worcester Chas. H. (Worcester Bros.) furniture dealer 

and upholsterer, bds. J. A. Sawyer's, Mt. Vernon 
Worcester Franklin (Worcester Bros.) furniture dealer 

and upholsterer, bds. J. A. Sawyer's, Mt. Vernon 
Worcester Frederick (Worcester Bros.) furniture dealer 

and upholsterer, bds. J. A. Sawyer's, Mt. Vernon 
Worcester Geo. B. foreman, Beal & Hooper's, Cambridge, 

house at Charlestown [145 Spring 

Worcester Geo. H. brushmaker (68 Chardon, B ), boards 
Worcester John E. wholesale beef and pork (13 South 

Market, B.), house North avenue, corner Chauncy 
Worcester Joseph E. Mrs. boards 47 Brattle 
Worcester Samuel A. (Worcester Bros.) furniture dealer 

and upholsterer, 25 Brattle sq. house at Hollis, N. H. 
Worcester Theodore F. plumber, bds. 77 Brattle 
Worden Isaac V. joiner, house 2 Williams 
Work Thomas (Work & Hay ward), furniture and job- 
wagon, 51 Pearl, house 13 Auburn court 
Work & Hay ward (Thos. Work and Geo. A. Hay ward), 

furniture and job-wagons, 51 Peail 
Worster Geo. W. brushmaker, bds. 110 Otis 
Worthen Harry N. agent, Howe Sewing Machine Co. 645 

Main, house 42 Austin [house 49 Pearl 

Worthen Isaac R. carriage-smith, Western ave. cor. River, 
Worthen John R. carriage-smith, Western ave. cor. River, 

boards 49 Pearl 
Wran John, laborer, house 220 Franklin 
Wright Amelia Miss, teacher, Willard Primary School, 

bds. 76 Magazine 
Wright Benj. F. pork cutter, house 123 Elm 
Wright Charles, carpenter, house 148 Elm 
Wright Cynthia A. nurse, bds. 20 Elm 
Wright Edgar H. expressman, house 31 Baldwin 
Wright Edward F. clerk (10 Charlestown, B.), house 18 

Wright Fred. E. agent, Boston branch grocerj r , and flour 

store, 404 Main, house at Charlestown 
Wright George F. carriages, boards 7 Meacham 
Wright George F. student, Divinity school, rooms 16 

Divinity Hall [bds. 13 Dunster 

WRIGHT GEORGE G. flour, s;rain, etc. 86 Mt. Auburn, 
Wright John jr. clerk (B.), house 105 Columbia 
Wright John R. tinplate worker, bds. 19 Park 
Wright Samuel J. carpenter, house 7 Meacham 
Wright Sullivan E. machinist, Lowell repair shop, house 

at Charlestown [house do. 

Wright Ward E. eclectic physician, Pleasant, cor. Main, 
Wright Wm. varnish polisher, house Gore, near Fifth 

ROBERT BACON & CO. 45 West street, Boston. Patterns cut 
and materials for Shirts furnished. 



Wright William, baker, 82 Mt. Auburn, h. 13 Dunster 
Wyatt Albert N. pedler, house 123 Otis 
Wyatt Henry M. brick manfr. Dublin, house 113 Inman 
Wyatt Stevens J. shipper (Dover Stamping Co., B.), bds. 

123 Otis 
Wyeth Agnes M. Miss, music teacher, bds. 39 Holyoke 
Wyeth Andrew N. freight-master, F. Railroad, house rear 
Raymond, near Linnaean [rear Linnaean 

Wyeth Andrew N. jr. diary maker, bds. A. N. Wyeth's, 
Wyeth A. Augustus gent's furnishing goods, 10 Harvard 
row, house 39 Holyoke [Holyoke 

W} T eth Benjamin F. undertaker, 10 Harvard row, house 39 
Wyeth B. Franklin, clerk, 6 Brattle, boards 39 Holyoke 
Wyeth Elizabeth Miss, house 148 Mt. Auburn 
Wyeth Elizabeth N. widow of Jonas, house 219 Brattle 
Wyeth Henry A. boots and shoes, 3 Brewer's block, Brattle 

square, house 1 Symond's block, DeWolf 
WYETH JAMES H. grocer, 6 Brattle, house 220 do. 
Wyeth Mary Miss, house 148 Mt. Auburn 
Wyeth Mary E. Miss, teacher, Harvard Grammar school, 

bds. 5 Madison 
Wyeth Noah, ass't librarian, H. U. house 5 Madison 
Wyeth Susan E. Miss, teacher, Dunster Primary School, 

bds. Andrew N. Wyeth's, Raymond 
Wyman Chas. F. (49 India wharf, B ), house 744 Main 
Wyman Charles W. stone-cutter, boards 5 Water 
Wyman Elizabeth Miss, house 3 Craigie [Centre 

Wyman Frank A. broker (B.), bds. Mrs. Maria Wy man's, 
Wyman Jeffries, Hersey Professor of Anatomy, H. U. 

house 37 Quincy 
Wyman John P. student, H. U. rooms 24 Hollis 
Wyman J. Henry, coal, wood and bark, Bridge, near Cam- 
bridge, house 146 Cambridge 
Wyman Maria Mrs. house Centre, near Dana 
Wyman Morrill, physician, office 25 Church, house Sparks 
Wyman Samuel E. student, H. U. rooms 24 Hollis 
W} T man Wentworth J. cabinet maker, house 154 Harvard 
WYMAN WILLIAM, wood and coal, Bridge, near Cam- 
bridge, house 146 Cambridge [Cambridge 
Wyman William H. clerk (170 Washington, B ), house 146 
Wyzanski Henry, dry goods pedler, house 33 Second 
Wyzanski Joseph, pedler, house 153 Cambridge 

YATES THOMAS G. plain and decorative paper hanger, 

house 413 Main 
l'ale Ferdinand, laborer, h. 117 Spruce 
Y"amada Eneas, law-student, bds. 44 Mt. Auburn 
Yates James W. cabinet maker, h. 21 Eaton 

Harvard Square. 


Yeo William, carriage maker, h. 3 Jordan place 

Yeaton Geo. W. switch tender B. L.& N. R. R., h. 23 Fifth 

Yeaton Richaid H. cigars (87 Sudbury, Boston), bds. 99 

Yerxa Edward, clerk (510 Washington, B.), h. 275 North 

Yerxa Henry D. grocer (510 Wash. B ), h. 295 North ave. 
York Charles D. corn-cake maker, bds. 20 Sydney 
York Edward K. porter Broadway House, bds. do. 
York George H. bookbinder, h. 37 Western ave. 
York Tobias P. piano-forte key maker, h. 50 Pine 
Youd Bonaparte, boiler-maker, h. rear 57 Charles 
Young Chas. confectioner and oil dealer, 72 Cambridge, 

house do. 
Young Chas. B. carpet upholsterer (B.), h. 94 Allston 
Young Chas. E. clerk, L. S. Learned & Co. (Devonshire, 

B.), bds. 38 Mt. Auburn 
Young Chas. J. printer, h. 19 Holly 
Young Cyrus C. bds. 38 Mt. Auburn 
Young Edric F. h. 38 Mt. Auburn 
Young Edw. J., Hancock Professor of Hebrew and other 

Oriental languages and Dexter lecturer on Biblical 

literature, h. Raymond, near Linnsean 
Young Eliza J. widow of H. W. h. 2 Pleasant place 
Young Elizabeth, widow of Timothy, h. 44 Franklin 
Young Ernest, student, H. U. rooms 1 College 
Young Fred. J. cooper, bds. 29 Cherry 
Young George F. student, H. U. rooms 13 College 
Young Henry, car builder, h. Hancock, n. Franklin 
Young Henry W. salesman (103 Pearl, B ), h. 2 Pleasant 

Young Israel J. S. carpenter, h. 101 Green [Trowbridge 
Young James, provision dealer (3 Charles, B.), house 54 
Young James E. machinist, house 8 Brewer 
Young John, porter (26 So. Market, B.),h. 41 Hampshire 
Young John, glass maker, bds. 53 Fourth 
Young John, carpenter, h. Hancock, near Franklin 
Young John, teamster, bds. 178 Columbia 
Young John jr. carpenter, h. Walnut court 
Young John C. confectioner, 70 Cambridge, h. do. 
Young Joseph jr. provision dealer (3 Charles, B.), bds. 

54 Trowbridge 
Young Joseph W. hair-dresser, h. 10 South 
Young Joseph W. clerk, Cambridge water-works, house 7 

Ashburton place 
Young Leonard, house 14 Brookline 

Young Levi, bds. 12 De Wolf [Lincoln 

Young Lorenzo, solicitor of patents, h. Windsor, near 

J. S. SAW* EXt, GRAVEL BOOPIIVG, No. 1 Hyde's Block, G03 
Main street, Cambridgeport. 


Young Mary A. widow, h. 94 Allston 
Young Men's Christian Association, 555 Main 
Young Michael, blacksmith, bds. 139 Mt. Auburn 
Young Nelson W. cabinet-maker, h. 10 Jay- 
Young Rebecca P. Mrs. h. 45 Erie 
Young Samuel D. bookbinder, Riverside, h. 43 Erie 
Young Stephen, painter, h. 227 Franklin 
Young Wra. currier, bds. North ave. near Arlington line 
Young Win. teamster, h. Willow place, near Cambridge 
Young Win. laborer, h. 323 Cambridge 
Young William F. (Pennell & Young), hardware, 57 Cam- 
bridge, bds. 4 Second street court 
Young Win. H. professor of magic, house 129 Columbia 
Young Wm. M. apothecary clerk, bds. 99 Mt. Auburn 

Young , teamster, bds. 127 Harvard 

Younie John, laborer, h. Warren, near Porter 

Yuill Alfred, carpenter, bds. 18£ Tremont [Dunbar 

Yznaga Antonio N. student, Scientific school, rooms 29 

ZELCK CHARLES, boot and shoe-maker, Reed, cor. Bel- 
mont,- house do. 
Zengler Edward, at A. Clark & Son's, h. 17 Hamilton 
Ziegler John, basket-maker, h. 177 Dublin 
Zenone Anthony, gardener, house Jefferson, cor. Warren 
Zirbes John, instrument maker (15 Tremont, B.), house 17 
Walnut place 


Print Publishers, 


Steel Engravings, Lithographs, and Chromos, 

Also, Manufacturers of Berlin Gilt Inside Mouldings, of all eizes. 

61 Hanover Street, - - BOSTON. 


street, Cam Bridgeport* 









Ale, Beer, &c. 

ATKINS W. J. 141 Main (see adv. 

dept. p. 27) 
Brusch, Bernard, 1 Washington 
Busnach S. M. 576 Main 
Garigan Ellen Mrs. 175 Bridge 

Broadway (see adv. dept. p. 4) 
Haley Bros. 545 Main 
Kenney Richard A. 560 Main 
O'Neill John, 16 Brattle 
O'Leary Bartholomew, 446 Harvard 
Phillips C. W. 521 Main 
Saunders J. B. basement 461 Main 
Umbehend Catherine Mrs., base- 
ment, 383 Main. 


Andros H. S. 641 Main 

Appleton Henry K. jr. 105 Cam- 

Appleton & Hebard, 415 Cambridge 

Bartlett Horace S., Holyoke House, 
452 Harvard 

Bavley Augustus R. & Co. 3 Hyde's 
blk., 607 Main 

Dodge Davis, North ave. opp. Wal- 

Cedar (see adv. dept. page 29 ) 

Goodwin Johu A. North ave., near 
R. R. bridge and Henderson's blk. 

Hill James W. H. 28 River 

Hubbard J. H., Harvard blk., 468 

Jones M. A. 33 Gore 
Macaulav J. 474 Cambridge 
Nichols H. C, Stratton's block, 169 

Orne Joel S. 493 Main 
Ramsay Alexander H. 1 Brattle 
Southworth George M. 439 Main 
Stevens Charles E. 153 Bridge 
STONE WE A. 4 Brewers blk. 

Brattle square (see adv. dept. p. 4) 
Studley and Buswell, 156 Cam- 
Thayer Walter C. 88 Cambridge 

and 34 Third 
Webber O. H. 591 Main 
Weston & Co., Cambridge, corner 

North Fifth 

152 Harvard (see adv. dept. p. 24) 


Burnham E. 8 Hyde's block, 603 

Dennison Hosea B. 128 Cambridge 
WEBBER JOHN H. 608 Main 

(see adv. dept. p. 27) 
Wellington C. W. (practical) 815 



Judkins Eliza M. Miss, 11 Chestnut 
Russ C. B. 438 Main 




Faroham John C. 5 Harvard sq., 

and (31 State, B.) 
Knights S. C. & Son, 593J Main 
Munroe Wm. A. Ill Cambridge 
Porter John L. 516 Main, and 29 

Pemberton square, B. 

Axles (Car and Wagon). 

shire (see adv. dept. p. 22) 

Bacon Works. 

SQUIRE J. P. & CO., Gore, near 
Somerville aud (23 North Market, 
B.) (see adv. dept. p. 6) 
•Teele, Howe & Co., Main, opp. 

Bakers and Bread Stores. 

Ball Joseph G. 1 Austin 
Batchelder W. H. A. 131 Franklin 
Berrv Lewis R. 124 Norfolk 
Blake Charles H. 601 Main 
Blaney Maria L. Miss, 6 Brighton 
Close John, 311 Cambridge 
Doyle M. J. 213 and 215 Cambridge 
Fyfe William E. 15 River 
Gardner J. W. 207 Cambridge 
Hosley F. E. 71 Vine, 12 Winter 

and 82 Spring 
ers), 498, 500 and 502 Main (see 
advt. outside back cover) 
Liebert David, 67 Gore 
Mahoney Ellen Miss, 54 Gore 
Mclntire Ezra T. 79 and 184 Cam- 
Newmarch Joseph, Harvard, corner 


(see adv. dept. p. 8) 
Stratton Chas. M. & Co. 171 Cam- 
THURSTON, HALL & CO. (crack- 
ers), 31 and 33 Elm (see adv. dept. 
p. 6) 
Turner Mary A. Mrs. 912 Main 
Well man S. E. 43 Brookline 
White P. & Bro. 442 and 444 Cam- 
Whitney Martin, 579 Main 
Wright Wm. 82 Mt. Auburn 


(See Savings Banks.) 

Harvard row (see adv. miscel- 
laneous dept). 

CAMBRIDGE, Main, cor. Pros- 
pect (see adv. miscellaneous 

BANK, Cambridge, cor. Second 
(see adv. miscellaneous dept.) 

National City Bank of Cambridge, 
553 Main 

BANK, 87 Cambridge st. (see 
advt. miscellaneous dept.) 

The Cambridgeport National Bank, 
585 Main 
Barrel Dealers (wholesale). 

Goepper Bros. 138 Gore 

Barrel Manufacturers. 

Boston City Flour Mills Co., J. S. 
Wolcott, supt , 356 Main, office (41 
Commercial Wharf, B.) 

Bedding Dealers. 

Ricker G. F. & Co. 3 River, junct. 

Western avenue 
SWETT L. C. & CO. 600 Main (see 

adv. dept. p. 3) 

Bell Hanging. 

Carty Henry, Willow place 
HOYT- B. J., 625 Main (see adv. 

dept. p. 14) 
Mason John, 6 Pearl 

Billiard Rooms. 

Atkins Reuben, 111 Cambridge 
Dudley Moses, 230 Cambridge 
Elliot Geo. H. 8 Brighton 
Gay Joseph, 539 Main 
Hague Amos J. 41 Cedar 
Leuchte Bernhard, 9 Brighton 
LOCKE FRANK, Porter's Hotel, 

North ave. (see adv. dept. p. 19) 
Lyon G. H., Lyceum building, 

Harvard square 
Maynard Wm. E. 220 North avenue 
Moore Nelson N. 548 Main 
Phillips Chas. W. 519 Main 
Richardson Geo. E., Harvard sqr. 

Billiard Tables. 

Pratt D. G. 137 Broadway 

Bill Posting. 

Dunnels George B. 228 Cambridge 

Blacking Manufacturer. 

Warner Wm. R., Cottage, n. Cam- 
bridge station 



near Laundry (see adv.dept. p. 18) 
Blake Darius, 202 North avenue 
Bolder James, 9 Church 
CAMERON & ETTER, 496 Main 

(see adv. dept. p. 3) 
Day Stephen, Cambridge, near 

Dooris Felix, Elm, n. Webster ave. 
Easter Robert S., North ave. cor. 

Felt & Collins, 16 Cambridge 
Gardner Charles, Mt. Auburn, opp. 

Gerry John W. (horse-shoer), Ten- 

ney, 2d door from Elm 
Gould Reuben B. H. 89 Bridge 



Grady Martin, 133 Main 

Hartness George, Palmer 

Healey James H., Court, near 

Broad canal 
Henderson Brothers, North avenue, 

opp. Walden 
Henderson James A.,North avenue, 

cor. Dave 
HENLEY F. O. & CO. Soden, n. 

the laundry (see adv. dept. p. 5) 
I vets Francis, North ave. cor. Allen 
Jones Andrew J., Palmer, cor. 


(see adv. dept. p. 24) 
Kennedy I)., Windsor, junction 

Webster avenue 
Lehan I). H. (horse-shoer), Gore, 

near Third 
Maitland James, 225 Main 
McCarty Patrick, Hampshire, n. 

Webster avenue 
Mcintosh George, 376 Main 
McKenzie James K. 496 Main 
Nutting P. & Co., Palmer 
Paulson & Gaffigan, 25 Gore 
Ross & Elliott, Brighton, rear of 

Huckins mill 
Smith T. 436 Main 
Spellman Malachi M., Cherry, near 

Waugh Wm. A. & Co. 444 Main 
Worthen John R., Western avenue, 

coi. Biver 

Boarding Houses. 

Abbott Lucy K. Mrs., 5 Dickinson 
Anderson Arabella Mrs. 61) Mt. Au- 
Anderson Wm. 13 River 
Armstrong Samuel, 63 Sixth 
AtKins William J. 135 Main 
Bay State Brick Co. rear Spruce n. 

F. R. R. 
Barron Richard B. 53 Fourth 
Barrows Philip, 33 Bow 
Blake Joseph W. 35 Wheatland 

block, Cambridge 
Bolles Fanny Mrs. 95 Mt. Auburn 
Briggs Fowler, 88 Mt. Auburn 
Broderick Ellen Mrs. 190 Bridge 
Brusch Bernard, 1 Washington 
Byron Geo. H. 11 Temple 
Carroll Julia Mrs. 88 Third 
Cofran's Brickyard boarding-house, 

Vassal lane 
Collins Mary Mrs., Mansion House, 

Collins & Turner'sBrickvard board- 
ing house, Walden, n.Concord av. 
Cook James, 104 Main 
Dalton Abbie W. Mrs , Banks, cor. 

Day Susan Mrs., Cambridge, near 

Deuschle Christian, 57 Gore 
Drake Ruth S. Mrs. 33 Wheatland 

block, Cambridge 
Eaton John, 1 Putnam 
Ellis C. L. Mrs. 389 Main 

Folev Michael, 176 Gore 
Furbish Annie A. Mrs. 26 Eighth 
Graves Elvira S. Mrs. 10 Eliot 
Gurnev Thomas, 12 Norfolk 
Hobbs'Lvdia C. Miss, 32 Cherry 
Holmes C. C. Mrs. 38 School 
Hushes Patrick, 10 Broadway 
Hughes Patrick, North avenue, n. 

Hurd MaryB. Mrs 7 Symonds blk. 

De Wolf 
Jacobs Harriet Mrs. 127 Mt. Auburn 
Johnson Martha A. Mrs., East, n. 

Keefe John. Cambridge, n. Tremont 
Kelsey Elizabeth Mrs. 32 Fourth 
Kenison N. D 39 Windsor 
Kihlgren Joseph, 26 Second 
Law Annie, 90 Mt. Auburn 
Lewando Charles A. (students) 36 

Mt. Auburn 
Macauley Anna Mrs., Rockwell, n. 

Macdonald Angus, 14 Front 
Mann Rufus, 12 Dunster 
McCann Eliza Mrs. 2 Brooks 
McLane Martha Mrs. 68 Brighton 
Moran John, 174 Gore 
Noyes Lina N. Mrs., Wheatland 

block. Cambridge 
Pierce James P., 65 Mount Auburn 
Purcell William, 24 Dunster 
Reis Manuel D. Gore, n. Sixth 
Richardson Harriet, Rockwell, near 

Ross Maria R. 61 Third 
Stemler Daniel (German), Water 

cor. Bridge 
Stevens Moses, 18 Farwell place 
Strang Jesse, 26 Holvoke 
Stratton H. W. 99 Mt. Auburn 
Teuscths Edward, North ave. near 

Arlington line 
Thayer club (students )14 Holmes pi. 
Tilden Almira E. Mrs. 46 Holyoke 
TUFTS SAMUEL Jr. (student) 

890 Main 
Umbehand Catherine Mrs. 383 Main 
Verity John S. 9 Broadway 
Walker Alfred W. Mrs. 390 Main 
Walton Harriet L. Mrs. 41 Holyoke 
Welch James, Smith's block, Har- 
vard, near junc. Main 
Wilson John, 77 Gore 

Boiler Makers. 
Allen & Endicott, 356 Main 

Main, near W. Boston bridge (see 

adv. dept. page 1) 

Bookbinders and Blank Book 

Alden & Co. 7 Brattle 
Bowen & Blake, 91 Cambridge 
Dresser Edwin & Co. 105 Magazine 
Houghton H. O. & Co., Riverside 
Little, Brown & Co., Riverside 
Macdonald & Sons, Brattle square 
Welch & Co., University Bindery, 
Brattle square 



Booksellers and Publishers. 

Bo wen & Blake, 91 Cambridge 
Houghton H. O. & Co. (publishers) 

Hunt Edgar F. & Co. 575 Main 
vard square, (see advt. outside 
front cover) 
Sever Charles W. 464 Harvard 

Boot and Shoe Stores, and Boot 

Anshelin John H. 158 Harvard 
Bass J. H. 23 Third 
Bolster Richard, 34 Brighton 
Brown John, 192 Bridge 
Chalk Abraham B. 143 Gore 
Chamberlain Alfred X. 24 Hay- 
market square 
Clark Thomas, North avenue, near 

Clarke William, 165 North avenue 
Claussen P. N. 11 Harvard row 
Crow Samuel C. 361 Main 
Curran J. P. 177 Cambridge 
Dullard James, 29 Brattle square 
Dollard John, 8 Pearl 
Dollard Morris, 906 Main 
Dullea John, -423 Cambridge, and 

Cambridge, cor. Seventh st. ct. 
Dwyer Timothy, 149 Bridge 
East Cambridge Boot and Shoe Co. 

157 Bridge 
Feeley Patrick, 85 Main 
Fitzpatrick James T. 10 Brighton 
Green John, Bridge, near East 
Guyer Lewis B. 89 Cambridge 
Hayes Alvin, 577 Main 
Heifernan "Win. C, Willow place, 

near Cambridge 
Hilliard Samuel D. 85 Washington 
Johnson J. T. 27 Washington 
Kiely Edward, 212 Bridge 
Kiugdon Jag. 211 Mt. Auburn 
Learned Grant, Hay market square, 

near Main 
Lvnch Thomas. 220 Franklin 
MANN RUFUS, 7 Harvard square 

(see adv. dept. page 4) 
Manning Edmund, 445 Main 
Marcroft William, 500 Main 
Martin John, 544 Main 
Martin Owen. Harvard sq.rear P.O. 
McAllister William, 23u Cambridge 
McGinley P. 382 Cambridge 
McGurk Martin, 113 Court 
McKav John C. 289 Cambridge 
Milligan Daniel H. 30 Fifth 
Mulcahy Jeremiah H. 155 and 413 

Nickerson S. L. 537 Main 
O' Lough lin John, 52 North 
Penka Frederick. 1G£ Broadway 
Power John E. 26 Washington 
Purcell John, 135 Columbia 
Ramsey Major, 08 Norfolk 
Rhode Joseph, 401 Main 
Ruggli J. A. 7 Harvard row 
Sampson Wm. P., Douglass block, 

597 Main 

Sawyer William L. 431 Main 

Sheahan Patrick, Pearl 

Stickel J F. 438 Cambridge 

Sullivan John, 23 Vine 

Tufts Charles, 14 Church 

Vanderhoef Orrin J. 39 Wheat- 
land's block 

Ware Wm. F., Clay, cor. Spruce 

Weber Anselm, 212 Cambridge 

Welch Patrick. 1 Gore 

WILDER CYRUS D 557 Main(see 
adv. bottom lines, general direc- 

Woods Richard, 24 Brighton 

Wyeth H. A. 3 Brewer's block, 
Brattle square 

Zelch Chas., Reed, cor. Belmont 

Box Makers. 

State (see adv. dept. page 27) 

Page George G. & Co., Broadway, 
junc. Hampshire 

Bracket Manufacturers. 

State (see adv. dept. page 27) 

MILIANDER C. A. 424 Harvard 
(see adv. dept. page2s) 

SCRANTON H. A. & O (house 
brackets), Main, near Osborn's 
planiug-mill (see adv. dept. p. 27) 

Brass and Iron Founders. 

Walworth Manuf. Co. 308 Main 


Rutledge & Wilkins, Fifth, n. Otis 
Brick Makers. 

Bay State Brick Co., Spruce, near 

Bennett Oliver, Crescent avenue 

cord avenue (see adv. dept, p. 20) 
Collins & Turner, Concord avenue, 

near Fresh Pond 
McCrehan Jeremiah, Dublin 
Sands John L , Walden, n. Garden 
Wyatt Geo. W., Dublin 

Britannia Ware Manufs. 

DRAPER F. & CO., Otis, between 
First and Second (see adv. dept. 
page 31) 


Knight A. Brooks (mortgage), 573 

Broom Manufacturers. 

Alden A. Co. 234 Cambridge 
Brush Makers. 

Gore, near Bridge, salesroom 21 
Exchange, Boston (see adv. dept. 
p. 33) 

Packard & Burrill, 00 Cambridge 
and (33 Exchange, B.) 



Building Movers. 

Mellen James & Co., Moore, corner 

Batter, Cheese, &c. 

BLAKE E. H. 158 Cambridge (see 

adv. dept, page 9) 
Cloyes P. B. 5 Brattle 

Cabinet Makers. 

Braman, Shaw & Co., Bridge, op- 
posite Prison Pt. bridge 

DEXYVEN & COUCH, 348 Main 
(see adv. dept. p. 28) 

Geldowsky Ferdinand, Otis, c. First 

GRANT & MANX, 78 Main (see 
adv. dept. page 2) 

Hayward & Kimball, 386 Main 

Hogan Jobn B., Osborn's building, 

STRANG & TAYLOR, Osborn's 
mills, State (see adv. dept. p. 30) 

Cabinet Organ Dealer. 

Pratt D. G. 137 Broadway 

Carpenters and Builders. 

Anderson James, Palmer, n. Brattle 
Bailey Isaac W., Green, n. Pleasant 
Blodgett & Rboades, 42 Elm 
Buck Jobn S. rear 58 Thorndike 
Buck S. B.. First, near Cambridge 
Bugbee William A. (builder) 16 

Cass Frederick G. 12 Green 
Chesley & Simpson, rear 579 Main 
Clark Ozias, First, near Cambridge 
Clark Simon P. 19 Cberry 
Cutler Isaac, 7 Summer 
Davies B. F., Gore, near Sixth 
Dennison Geo. "ST., Otis, n. Ninth 
Dennison James, 167 Otis 
Drake Bros., Porter's station 
Ford Bros. 54 Cambridge 
French Oren B., Palmer, n. Church 
Gault Benj. F., Pleasant, corner 

Ham & Swett, rear 77 River 
Broadway (see adv. dept. page 31) 
Hatfield Bros. 75 Brighton 
Hayes Luther S., Mill, foot Holyoke 
Huckins Thomas S. (builder) Brigh- 
ton, near Eliot 
Jackson W. A. (builder) 84 Austin 
Joy & Luther, 3 River 
Keenan J. H., Cambridge, near 

Kelley J. B. 22 Mt. Auburn 
Kelley & McKinnon, 130 Green 
Knapp A. (builder) 3Symond's blk. 
Lowe F. & J. (builders) 74 and 76 

Luke Win. H., Clark, c. Broadway 
Marvin J. H. 128 Pearl 
McClosky Hugh, Bridge, near Cam- 
McMasters J. H. 128 Pearl 
Norris A. & Co., "Western avenue 
Packard Alvin, Broadway, n. Main 

Packer James W. & Co., Brook- 
line, near Bridge 

Palmer Granville, Auburn 

Parsons Allen B., Palmer, n.Brattle 

Paul Henry S. 85 Brighton 

Perkins Levi, 85 Brighton 

Poland William (builder), 735 Cam- 

Rhoades J. R. 102 Allston 

Ricker John K., Gore, near North 

Ricker Moses, River, junction Wes- 
tern avenue 

Robinson J. 117J Harvard 

Simpson H. rear 579 Main 

Shepherd O. C. (builder) 8 Charles 

Sparrow James H. , Auburn court 

Stearns A. W., Mill 

Steele Benjamin H. 8 Arlington 

Stevens Abel jr. Mt. Auburn, cor- 
ner Bath 

Stevens Albert (builder), 19 Buck- 

Stark William R. 18 Arrow 

Stiles Stephen, N"orth avenue 

STOCKBR1DGE R. O 380 Main 
(see adv. dept. page 29) 

Swiney C. & J. H., Gore, n. Fifth 

Tracy'Martin, 83 Brighton 

Tracv Michael F., Norton 

Webster T. B. 137 Bridge 

Weld John C. Mill 

Wellington C.W. (builder) 815 Main 

Went worth R. & C. G. r. 579 Main 

Wilson John, State 

Withey Simeon B., College wharf 

Wright Samuel J., Meacharn, near 
North avenue 

Carpet Beaters. 

SWETT L. C. & CO. 600 Main 
(see adv. dept. page 3) 

Carpet Rooms. 

Moran Bros. 238 Cambridge 
RUSSELL F. F. 455 Main (see 

adv. dept. p. 30) 
SWETT L. C. & CO. 600 Main (see 

adv. dept. p. 3) 

Square (see advt. opp. inside front 


Carriage Builders. 

(See also Wheehorights.) 
Buskirk Chas. Y. 378 Main 
Brown Daniel (wagon maker), 

Palmer, near Brattle 
CAMERON & ETTER, 496 Main 

(see adv. dept. p. 3) 

Brattle (see adv. dept. p. 30) 
Felt & Collins, 16 Cambridge 
Henderson Brothers, North aVenue, 

opp. Walden 
Henderson J. A. & Co., North ave. 

cor. Day 
Henderson Robert, North ave. near 




HFRD AMOS D., Palmer, n. Brat- 
tle (see adv. dept. p. 13) 
Ivers Francis, North ave. n. Por- 
ter's Hotel 
Jones A. J., Palmer, cor. Church 
Martin Wm. H. 442£ Main 
Ward Winthrop A. 242, 244 and 246 

Waugh W. A. & Co 444 Main 
Webb Wm. W., Cedar, near North 

Carriage Painters. 

Belcher George W., River 
Butler & Hadley, 43 Cambridge 

Brattle (see adv. dept. p. 30) 
Henderson Geo. R., North ave. n. 

Henderson J. A. & Co., North ave. 

cor. Daye 
Jones A. J., Palmer, cor. Church 
Nutting E. M., Palmer, n. Brattle 
Penniman T. J. & Co. 446 Main 
Pierce James A. 18 Cambridge 

Carriage Smiths. 

ANDERSON J. F. 18 Soden (see 

adv. dept. p. 18) 
CAMERON & -ETTER, 496 Main 

(see adv. dept. p. 3) 

Brattle (see adv. dept. p. 30) 
Felt & Collins, 16 Cambridge 
Jones Andrew J., Palmer, corner 

Mcintosh George, 376 Main 
Rollins George O. 11 Church 
Waugh W A. & Co. 444 Main 
Worthern J. R. , Western ave. cor. 


Carriage Trimmer. 

Brattle (see adv. dept. p. 30) 

Car Springs. 

Hebbard Car Spring Co., Broadway, 
junc. Hampshire 

Car Wheels. 

Boston Car Wheel Co. 21 Hamp- 

Cattle Broker. 

Richardson Walcott, 7 Lake View 

Cement Manufacturers. 

Nudd Jacob, Riverside 
Purcell Hyacinth, 239 Main 
Webster Wm. F., Main, n. G. J.RR. 

Charcoal Dealers. 

Aiken & Woodward, Cambridge, n. 

Chaffee & Cummings, 103 Bridge 

Chemical Works. 

Boston Chemical Works, Edward 
Chamberlain & Co. n. junc. Cam- 

bridge and Portland, office, 2 Cen- 
tral, B. 
New England Chemical Co. 23 Main 

Church Furniture. 

WENTWORTH T. B., Osborn's 
Mill (see adv. dept. p. 15) 

Cigar Manufs. and Dealers. 

Aaron Moss, 329 Main 
Busnach Michael S. 576 Main 
Clark B. P. & Co., Pearl, cor. Green, 
salesrooms 552, 554 and 556 Main 
Daily Chas. B. 539 Main 
Elliot George H. 8 Brighton 
Foster Wm. T. mnfr. 96 Third 
GUTHEIM FRED'K, 165 Broad- 
way (see adv. dept. p. 4) 
Hess Julius, 163 Main 
Howlett William, 539 Main 
LeFrancis Peter, 527 Main 
Mason J. T. 617* Main 
Paul F. J. 12 Svdney 
Phillips J. S. 599 Main 
Robertson James, Cambridge, cor. 

Wells James H. 458 Main 
Whiton John W. 450 Harvard, 

Holyoke House 
Witham Thomas, 337 Main 

Circulating Libraries. 

Bowen & Blake, 91 Cambridge 
French George E. 588 Main 
Hunt Edgar F. & Co 575 Main 
Lull Frederick A. 447 Main 
Sever Charles W. 464 Harvard 

Civil Engineers and Land Sur- 

Barbour Wm. S. & A. Hodges, 563 

Chase J. G, City Hall 

(see advt. opp. preface) 


Abbott Edward (Cong.) Channing 
Allen A. V. G (Epis.) Trowbridge 
Allen Joseph H. 5 Garden 
Apsey Wm. S. 11 Cogswell ave. 
Atkinson Kinsman, 10 Appian Way 
Beaman Charles C, Frost, n. Forest 
Bowles Benjamin F. 102 Inman 
Briggs Geo. W. (Unit.) 61 Kirkland 
Brown John, 25 Columbia 
Bullard Asa, 22 Centre 
Chase Edwin B. 24 Clinton 
Croswell A. 19 Ash 
Cushing C. (Cong ) 6 Ellery 
Donahue John W. (Cath.) 83 Otis 
Dougherty M. P. (Cath.) 29 Buck- 
Everett Oliver C. 64 Mt. Auburn 
Foxcroft Francis A. 17 Arlington 
Francis Eben, 43 Kirkland 
Fultz Wm. H. 39 Linnaean 
Graham William (Pres.) 57 Third 
Hanks Steadman W. (Cong.) 387 



Haskins David G. 839 Main 
Hinckley N. 340 Broadway 
Hodges Richard M. 1 Waterhouse 
Holland Frederick W. 15 Everett 
Hoppin Nicholas (Epis.) 13 Eollen 
Howe Wm. 746 Main 
Knapp W. H. 21 Clinton 
Leavitt Geo. R. 9 Warland 
Marsters John M. 1 Orchard 
McDaniel Samuel W. (Unit.) 90 

McKenzie Alex. (Cong.) Garden, 

cor. Mason 
McKeown Andrew, 74 Prospect 
Mears David O. 26 Arlington 
Murdock J. N. 20 Orchard 
Newell Win. (Unit.) 20 Berkeley 
O'Doherty James (Cath.) 29 Buck- 
Peahody Andrew P., 11 Quincy 
Perkins Henry K. W. 34 Hancock 
Potter Dexter, 40 North ave. 
Russell Edward G. 780 Main 
Scully Thomas, Norfolk, n. Harvard 
Shinnick Wm. (Cath. ) 83 Otis 
Start Wm. A. 15 Beach 
Warland Wm. 81 Brattle 
Wightman J. C. 350 North ave. 
Williams Jenkins, 55 Washington 
Wood Pliny, 16 Wright 

Clothes Cleaners and Repairers. 

Levy Abraham, 13 Brattle 
MARTIN PETER, 444 Harvard 

(see adv. dept. p. 38) 
O'Connell Patrick, 621 Main 
Phillips A. W. 453 Main 

(see adv. dept. p. 28) 

Clothes Dryers. 

n. Sixth (see adv. dept. p. 2) 

Clothes Wringers. 


Charles Moore, agt. 8 Brattle (see 
advt. front cover) 
Universal Clothes Wringer, J. H. 
Fuller & Co. agents, 605 Main 

Clothing Stores. 

Douglass Royal & Son, 523 Main 

Fuller G. C W. 561 Main 

Frankenstein Isaac, 411 Cambridge 

Levy Abraham, 13 Brattle and 433 

Philips A. W. 453 Main 

Pioneer Clothing Store, 130 Cam- 

Roaf Robert N. 565 Main 

SAMUELS S. (second-hand) 538 
Main (see advt. dept. p. 28) 

Sternfield Isaac, 70 Cambridge 

Wyeth Abiel A. 10 Harvard row 

Coal, Wood, etc. 

Brine & Clark, Bridge, foot Third 
Brooks Wm. C. & Co., Bridge, n. 
Bay State glass-house 

Chaffee & Cummings (charcoal), 

Bridge, junction Cambridge 
HATTEN HENRY, 381 Main (see 

advt. dept. p. 30) 
Holmes & Rugg, Riverside, opp. 

City Mill 
Hubbard Appleton, whf. foot Chas. 

Luke & Bent, 168 Main 
MARSDEN JAMES, 395 Main (see 

adv. dept. p. 3) 
MAYNARD M. A. (foot Brighton 

(see adv. dept. p. 21) 
Norris Alex. 445 Main 

wharf, order box at University 

bookstore (see adv. dept. p. 21) 
SHAW JACOB B. & CO. 5 Broad- 
way (see adv dept. p. 5) 
Smith M. L. 180 Main, L. P. 
Turner James, 91 Broadway, 404 

Cambridge, and Main, junction 


CO. 28 Bridge (see adv. dept. p. 


WELL, order box, post office, E. 

Cambridge (see adv. dept. p. 32) 
WYMAN WILLIAM, Bridge, n. 

Cambridge (see adv. dept. p. 15) 

Coffin Warehouses. 


Bridge (see adv. dept. page 22) 

Color Manufactory. 

Bay State Color Co., Montgomery, 
c. Harvey 

Commissioner to Qualify* 

Russell Edward G. 780 Main 
Confectioners (31 n. fir.). 

Adams Chas. A. 61 Brookline 
CLOSE GEO. 232 Cambridge (see 
adv. dept. page 2) 
Confectionery and Fruit* 

Alden Ann, 546 Main 

BELCHER CHAS. F. 1 Harvard 

sq (see adv dept. page 14) 
Berry S A 109 Cambridge 
Blake Chas. H. 601 Main 
Childs Edward F. (Manuf ) 94 Third 
Clark Benj. P. & Co. 552, 554 and 

556 Main 
Cousens Katie H. Miss, 73 Norfolk 
Doalev J. M. 654 Main 
DREW GEO. C. 367 Main (see adv. 

dept. page 31) 
Getchell E. B 29 Haymarket sq. 
Hunnewell James W., Henderson's 

block, 228 North ave. 
Kelso Alexander M. 407 Main 
Langer Jane Mrs. 427 Main 
Langford W. K. 25 River 
Lum Isaac E. 165 Broadway 
Mather William, 261 Broadway 
McELLROY WM. 440 Harvard (see 

adv. dept. page 14) 



Merrill Win. F. 111£ Cambridge 
Mulholland James, 459£ Main 
Mushet James A. 361J Main 
Paxtou James, 175 Cambridge 
Young John C. 70 Cambridge 


BECKER F. & CO. Main opp. El- 

lery (see adv dept- page 14) 
Bock Wm. A., Cedar, n. North ave. 
Howe William, Oxford, c. Crescent 
Mt. Auburn, Brattle,n.Mt.Auburn 


(See Also City Record). 
vard row (see adv. dept. page 9) 
King Benj 593 1-2 Main, room 6 
Lull Frederick A." 447 Main 
Taylor Ira, 573 Main 

Contractors and Team Jobbers. 

Linnehan Chas., Bridge, near Mil- 
ler's river 

Boss Robert, 16 Gerry, near Chap- 
man place 

Stiles C. H. 9 Remington 


Boston Citv Flour Mills Co. 356 
Main, office in Boston 41 Com- 
mercial wharf 

Conlan John, 18 Vine 

Proctor B. F., Allston, n. Brookline 

Rafferty Bernard, Cambridge, near 

Shuler John, Hunting, C.Cambridge 

Corn Cakes. 

Jackson S. H. 6 Western ave. 
Corset Manufacturer. 

Roby John B. 437 Main 

Cracker Bakers. 

KENNEDY F. A. 498, 500 and 502 
Main (see adv. dept. back cover) 

THURSTON, HALL & CO. 31 and 
33 Elm (see adv. dept. page 6) 

Crockery and Glass Ware. 

Bailey Jacob L. 17 Second 

Bates George W. 4S9 Main 

BLAKE EDWIN H. 158 Cam- 
bridge (see adv. dept page 9) 

Davis & Putnam, 635 Main 

Gillon Patrick, 111 Fourth 

HoveyH. N., Gore, cor. Third 

Hyde Dana W.& Co. 4 Hyde's bl'k, 
609 Main 

MOOR J. C. 192 Cambridge (see 
adv. dept. page 34) 

Oxford J. M. & Co. 529 Main 

Palmer John, Gore. cor. Second 

Russell Amos, 535 Main 

RUSSELL F. F. 455 Main (see adv. 
dept. page 30) 

Woodward & Gage, North avenue, 
near Beech 

WYETH A A. 10 Harvard row 

WYETH JAMES H. 6 Brattle (see 
adv. dept. page 25) 


Downing Theodore, Eustace court, 

near Oxford 
Fischer Ferdinand, Tannery 
Kuebler Michael, North ave., near 

Muller Wm., Tannery 


Davis & Putnam, 635 Main 
Fuller J. H. & Co. 2 Hyde's block, 

605 Main 

Brattle (see advt. outside front 


Allen Wilkes, 7 BratMe 
ney's building, 23 Brattle square 
Bullock C. 569 Main 
Draper Daniel F. 231 North ave. 
Gaylord Edson, 21 Worcester 
NO YES G. E. L., Henderson's 

block, North ave. (see advt. dept. 

page 17) 
Patten Thaddeus, 104 Cambridge 
Wentworth James P., Ramsay's 

block, Harvard sq. 

block, 603 Main 


Sortwell's Distillery, J. K. Hodg- 
don, proprietor, Cambridge, cor- 
ner Distillery House 

Drain Pipe. 

Bacon Henry A. rear 79 Cambridge 
Chamberlin Daniel U. & Co. 622 

Day & Collins, 116 Main, office 40 

Bromfield, Boston. 
REARDON WM. H. 8 Harvard 

sq. (see adv. dept. p. 26) 
WEBBER JOHN H. 608 Main 

(see adv. dept. page 27) 


Albee Eliza Miss, 25 Western ave. 
Atkins Emma Mrs. 563 Main 
Baker B. Mrs. 91 Gore 
Barry Mary Miss, 40 Brookline 
Bassett Charles Mrs. 29 Brewery 
Betts Annie Miss, 133 Spring 
Boyntou Nelly A. Miss, 8 Cambridge 
Bradley Mrs. & Martin, 648 Main 
Brown Ellen, 116 Webster ave. 
Brvant Sarah A. Miss, 10 Tremont 
Callender Mary M. Miss, 499 Main 
Carroll Margaret Miss, 20 Dunster 
Chase Jacob Mrs. 105 Gore 
Cox L. C. Mrs. 116 Cambridge 
Dan forth Susan E. Miss, 11 Everett 

Daniels Eliza C. Miss, 555 Main 
Dodge G. K. Mrs. 422 Main 
Dodge Sarah A. Mrs. 11 Remington 



Dodge Mary I. Miss, 11 Remington 
Dauch J. W. Mrs. rear 15 Seventh 
Draper Carrie W. 436 Harvard 
Dunn J. S. Mrs. 514 Main 
Edgeworth Susan Mrs. 79 Fifth 
English Margaret Mrs. 40 "Winter 
Estes Nancy G. Miss, G03 Main 
Evans Henrietta Miss, 150 Mt. Au- 
Everett E. J. Mrs. 16 Pleasant place 
Farland S. E. Miss, rear 6 Harvard 

Flanagan Kate Miss, Lopez, near 

Fogg E. Mrs. 6 Sixth 
Fowler Helen M. 8 Harvard sq. 
Foye Mary A. Miss, 8 Harvard sq. 
French Lucy Mrs. 586 Main 
Grady Mary Miss, 8 Cherry 
Griggs Lucy J. Mrs. 7 Franklin 
Haley Mary A. Miss, 898 Main 
Hall Etta H. Miss, 5 Gerry 

7 Cottage 
Haskell Isahelle G. 51 Pleasant 
Hazeltine M. W. Mrs. 76 Green 
Hogan Annie Miss, 70 Gore 
Hodkins Misses, 108 Cambridge 
Holman Lizzie A. Mrs. 125 Mt. Au- 
Hudson Cora A. Miss, rear Lin- 

Hudson Sophia H. Mrs. 10 Brook- 
Hurd J. Mrs. 397 Main 
Treland Angie L. Miss, 547 Main 
Kennard Lizzie L. Miss, 9 DeWolf 
Lord Lottie N. 73 Columbia 
Lindsay Vinnie Miss 
Luddy'Mary A. Mrs., Bridge, cor- 
ner Fourth 
Lynch Mary Mrs., Cambridge, near 

Nelson James Mrs. 105 Gore 
Nutter A. R. Mrs. rear 110 Main 
Parsons Candace Miss, 219 North 

Phillips Margaret A. Miss, 1 Lin- 

nehan's block, near Third 
Remington E. E. Mrs. 44 Fourth 
Revaleon Charlotte L., Ericsson 

Richardson Maria Miss, 52 Win- 

Roach Mary Miss, 75 Spring 
Roberts Annie E. Miss, 131 Green 
Rogers Mrs. 25? River 
Rouviere Rosalind Miss, 92 Auburn 
Russell Mary B. Miss, 131 Cam- 
Savage Lizzie C. Mrs. 22 Second 
Scranton Sarah Mrs. 38 Windsor 
Shepard Mary E. 7 Suffolk 
Smiley Matilda Mrs. 63 School 
Smith Abby Miss, 1 Allston court 
Steele Lucy A. Mrs. 93 Elm 
Thomas & Graham Misses, 212 

Ward Mary M. 68 Hastings 
Wales Helen A. 10 Norton 

Wheeler Margaret S. Miss, 48 Win - 

White Lizzie A. Miss, 4 Windsor 
White Kate M. Mrs. 459 Main 
Wolfe M A. Mrs. 52 Auburn 
Yates T. J. Mrs. 413 Main 

I>ry Goods. 

Baker Freeman, 513 Main 
Bates John S.^587 Main 
Bennink C. G. H. 581 Main 
Connell Daniel, 219 North avenue 
Donnelly J. H. S. 113 Cambridge 
Folsom C. D., Cambridge, o. Fifth 
Frankenstein I. 411 Cambridge 
Frary L. S. 643 Main 
Gibson Eliza H. Mrs. 549 Main 
Hood M. C. & Co. 442 Harvard 
Hovey Horatio N. jr. 103 Cambridge 
Hyde Dana W. & Co. 4 Hyde's blk. 

609 Main 
Moseley E. J. Mrs. 218 North ave. 
O'Connell Daniel, 219 North ave. 
Prescott Edwin R. 460 Harvard blk. 

Regal M. M. , Gore, near Third 
Saunders Francis E., Little's block, 

Harvard, corner Dunster 
Wheeler J. & Son, Cambridge, cor. 




Hews A. H. & Co. Crescent avenue, 
corner Raymond 

Engine and Boiler Manufac- 

Allen & Endicott, 356 Main 
Morrill & Hooker, 356 Main 
Rawson & Hittinger, Main, near 
W. Boston bridge 

Essence and Extract Manufac- 

Stevens Charles E. 153 Bridge 

Bancroft J. C, Union sq. North ave. 
Brigham J. M. office 40 Windsor, 

order box, P. O. Main 
Buck H. L. 16 Holyoke 
Butland Uriah, box 409 Main 
CO. D. Savage & Son, 602 Main, 
(Boston offices, 8 Court square, 
and 3 Washington street) (see 
adv. dept. page 26) 
CHASE FREEMAN H. order box 
Post-office, house 56 Hampshire 
(see adv. dept. page 4) 
French Win. North ave. n. Walden 
Hatch & Co. 7 Harvard row 
Hayes Henry, at A. H. Ramsay's, 
Harvard square, near Lyceum 
lumbia (see adv. dept. page 24) 
Milliken James S. 8 Brighton 



Peirce C. R. 8 De Wolf 
PERRY & KING, office 111 Cam- 
bridge (see adv. dept. page 9) 
Porter William, 52 River 
ROWE R. B. 525 Main and 38 

Faneuil Hall sq. B. (see advt. 

page 30, front) 

Main (see adv. dept. page 26) 
SAWIN MOSES M. 14 Brighton 

(see adv. dept. page 8) 
SULLIVAN T. ^9 Bridge and 32 

Cambridge (see adv. dept. p. 33) 
Waitt Freeman C. 195 Broadway 
Whittemore Amos, order box, 71 


Family Stores. 
WYETH JAMES H. 6 Brattle 
(see adv. dept. page 25) 

Fancy Goods. 

Adams & Durell, 106 Cambridge 
Baker Freeman, 513 Main 
Bennink C. G. H. 581 Main 
Berry S. A. Miss, 109 Cambridge 
Cahill Mary E. 486 Cambridge 
Callender Charles A. 485 Main 
Frarv L. S. 643 Main 
Gibson E. IT. MrS. 549 Main 
Hardwick Edward, 465 Main 
Harris Geo. Mrs. 156 Harvard 
Hood M. C. & Co. 442 Harvard 
Hovey H. N. jr. 103 Cambridge 
Hunt" Edgar F. & Co. 575 Main 
Hyde Dana W. & Co. 4 Hyde's 

block, 609 Main 
Lynch Mary Mrs. 209 Cambridge 
Maguire Ann Miss, 380 Cambridge 
vard (see adv. dept. p. 14) 
Prescott Edwin R. 460 Harvard or 

Little's block, Harvard 
Regal M. M. 47£ Gore 
Saunders Francis E., Harvard or 
Little's blk. Harvard, cor. Dunster 
Stanton David Mrs. 408 Cambridge 
Sever Charles W. 464 Harvard 
Ward Mary, 146 Harvard 

Feather Bed Renovators. 

Ricker Geo. T. & Co. 3 River, 
junc. Western ave. 

Fish and Oysters. 

Beane E. 908 Main 
Buxton C. B. 617£ Main 
Cloyes Philip B. 5 Brattle 
Dale Thomas J. 124 Cambridge 
Knowles B. F. 28 Haymarket sq. 
Millan & Snow, 21 Brattle square 
Mitchell Horace B. 164 Cambridge 
Parsons Chas. A. 288 North ave. 
Wither ell Freeman C. 540 Main 

Florists and Gardeners. 

(See also Nurserymen and Florists ) 

opp. Ellery (see adv. dept. p. 14) 
Bock Wm. A. 35 Cedar 

Clark James P., Madison n. Concord 

DUGAN THOS. 47 Western ave. 
(see adv. dept. p. 40) 

Hovey & Co. Cambridge, n. Maple 
ave. and 53 N. Market, Boston 

Howe Wm., Oxford, cor. Crescent 

Hutchins Win. Mrs. , Milk, cor. Cot- 

Smith Edmund, 32 Linnaean 

WIELAND BROS. Harvard eor. 
Trowbridge (see adv. dept. p. 4) 

Flour and Grain. 

Train Edmund, 115 and 123 Bridge 
Wheeler Philip C, Bridge, cor. East 
WOOD ALFRED, 6 Harvard row 

(see adv. dept. p. 2) 

Auburn (see adv. dept. p. 24) 

Flower Preservers. 

BURNS S. J. MRS. 21 Plymouth 

(see adv. dept. p. 4) 
SMITH H. W. MRS. 21 Plymouth 


KINGSLEY E. L. Hampshire, n. 
Broadway (see adv. dept. p. 22) 

Fruit Dealers. 

BELCHER CHAS. F. 1 Harvard 

sq. (see adv. dept. p. 14) 
Getchell E. B. 29 Haymarket sq. 

Fruit Preservers. 

Cambridge Fruit Preserving Co., 
N. C. Pike, supt. 25 Main 

Furniture Dealers and Manu- 

Bailey Jacob L. (second-hand furni- 
ture), 15 Second 
Batcheller & Moore, 48 Bridge 
Bates Geo. W. 489 Main 
BEAL & HOOPER, Cambridge, n. 

First, warerooms, Haymarket sq. 

Boston (see adv. dept. p. 36) 
Bovyer John A, Broadway, opp. 

Page's box factory 
Braman, Shaw & Co., Bridge, near 

Craigie's bridge, Boston office 27 

DENYVEN & COUCH (manufs.) 

346 and 348 Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 28) 
Doe & Hunnewell, 130 Gore 
Doherty Charles, Hampshire, junc. 

Fatal J. J. (second hand) 450 

Frazier Allen, jr. 642 Main 
Geldowsky Ferdinand (manuf.) 

Otis, cor First 
GRANT & MANN, 78 Main (see 

adv. dept. p. 2) 
Hayward & Kimball (parlor), 386 

Hixon Edward & Co. 124 Harvard 
Kernan James, 3 Brattle 



McElwain Charles (secondhand), 54 

Miller Stephen (church), Main, rear 

Wood's block 
Morau Bros. 238 Cambridge 
Oxford J. M. & Co. 529 Main 
ROB ART JOHN O. 27 Brattle sq. 

(see adv. dept. p. 29) 
Russell Amo3 (new and second 

hand), 535 Main 

second hand) 455 Main (see adv. 

dept. p. 30) 
STRANG & TAYLOR, Osborns' 

Mills, State (see adv. dept. p. 30) 
SWETT L. C. & CO. 600 Main 

(see adv. dept. p. 3) 
WENT WORTH T. B., Osborn's 

bldg. State (see adv. dept. p. 15) 
Wilder James C. (second hand) 

288 Broadway 
Woodward & Gage, 200 North ave. 

square (see adv. opp. inside front 


Furniture Moving. 

(see adv. dept. p. 3) 

lumbia (see adv. dept. p. 24) 

Potter Warren C, Harvard square 

and 32 Cambridge (see adv. dept 
p. 33) 

TUFTS SAMUEL, 10 Harvard row 
(see adv. dept. p. 4) 

Work & Hay ward, 53 Pearl 

Furniture Repairers. 

Phillips Andrew, 52 Fifth 
ROBART JOHN O. 27 Brattle sq. 
(see adv. dept. p. 29) 

Gas Fittings and Fixtures. 

ADAMS JOHN P. 12 Harvard row 

(see adv. dept. p. 8) 
Davlin James F. & Co., Cambridge, 

n. Sixth (see adv. dept. p. 18) 
Dickson G. F. 595 Main 
LONG J. J. 71 Cambridge (see 

adv. dept. p. 34) 
Sproul John L. 218 North av. 
Stafford J. S. 651 Main 

Gas Light Company. 
Cambridge Gas Light Co., Lyceum 
bldg. Harvard square 
Gasometer Manufacturers. 

near West Boston bridge (see adv. 
dept. p. 1) 

Gent's Furnishing Goods. 

BLAKE EDWIN H. 168 Cam- 
bridge (see adv. dept. p. 9) 
Brine William, 120 Cambridge 
Douglass Royal & Son, 523 Main 
Fuller G C. VV. 561 Main 
Griffin Dennis C. 161 Bridge 

Kimball William. 3 Harvard row 
Maynard E. W. 571 Main 
Roaf R. N. 565 Main 
Wyeth Abiel A. 10 Harvard row 

Glass Blown, 
McElroy P. J. 137 Bridge 

Glass and Britannia Ware 

DRAPER F. & CO. (britannia), 

foot of Otis, near First (see adv. 

dept. p. 34. ) 
New England Glass Co., North, 

East Cambridge, W. L. Libbey, 


Grainers and Glaziers. 

Danforth George O. 17 Brattle sq. 

(see adv. dept. page 25) 


(see adv. dept. page 12) 
HOLT WILLIAM B. 14 Church 

(see adv. dept. page 31) 
Jewett Arthur N. 99 Cambridge 
MORGAN ALFRED, 444 Harvard 

(see adv. dept. page 28) 

(see advt. side lines front cover) 
Stacy George W. 608 Main 
STEWART H. L. 16 Brighton (see 

adv. dept. page 12) 
THAYER J. H. & J. P. & CO. 

658 and 660 Main (see adv. dept. 

page 16) 

Grain, Hay, &c. 

Aiken & Woodward, Cambridge, 

near junction of Bridge 
Brooks William C. & Co., Bridge, 

near Bay State Glass House 
Davis & Bates, 550 Main 
Luke E. H. & Son, 75 Main 
Train Edmuud, 115 and 123 Bridge 
Wheeler P. C, Bridge, cor. East 
WOOD ALFRED, 5 and 6 Har- 
vard row (see adv. dept. page 2) 
Auburn (see adv. dept. page 24) 

Granite Workers. 

Blessington Peter, 29 Main, office 
17 Court, Boston 

Davis & Goodrich, 81 Main 

(see advt outside front and back 

HORGAN J. J. & BRO. 45 to 53 
Main (see advt. outside back cover) 

McDonald Alex. & Co., Mt. Au- 
burn, near Mt. Auburn cemetery 
and do. near Sparks 

Parker Artemas, 43 Main 

ROWE HUGH, 45 Main (see adv. 
dept. page 4) 

Sanborn's wharf, Bridge st. East 
Cambridge (see adv. dept. p. 16) 



Grist Mills. 

City Mills, Ezekiel W. Cutter, prop. 

Elver, near Brighton bridge 
Atwood Lvman W. 128 Brookline 
Baker M. & Son, 421 Main 
BLAKE E. H. 158 Cambridge (see 

adv. dept. page 9) 
Booth Thomas, 86 Pleasant 
Boston Branch Grocery, Fred. E. 

Wright, manager, 404 Main 
Boyden Benj. E. 2 Brewer's block, 

Brattle square 
Boyle James, 125 Court 
Bridge S. G. 514 Main 
Bullock Thomas, 365 Cambridge 
Burke John, Porter, near Warren 
Burns Thomas, 19£ Fifth 
Callaghan Denis, 349 Main 
Callahan B. 19 Washington 
Campbell Hugh, Vine, cor. Third 
Carey Thos., Jefferson, n. Warren 
Carruth Charles E. 72 River 
Carty Henry, 8th in Willow place 
Casey Patrick, 114 Fourth 
Conley James, 29 Brewery 
Conley James, 39 Charles 
Conley John W. 80 Concord avenue 
Connell Patrick, Franklin, n. Bay 

Third (see adv. dept. page 38) 
Conway Richard, 7 Crane 
Cotter Edward J. 130 Brookline 
Crawley G. E. 531 Main. 
Cronan David, 4U Washington 
Davis & Ray, Cambridge, corner 

Devine Francis, 240 Cambridge 
Dinan Thos. (58 Pearl 
Doherty Henry A. 171 Bridge 
Doloff B. W. 14 Gore 
Donnelly Patrick E. 79 Concord av. 
Doouer Thomas, 15 Irving st. 
Drake Alvin, 6 Hamilton 
Dwyer Patrick, 21 Charles River 
Ellis L. P. 436 Cambridge 
Eustace Alex. 83 Pearl 
Fahy John L., Fifth, near Charles 
Farrell & Mullin, 623 Main 
Fitzmaurice Thos. Mrs. 100 Third 
Fitzpatrick William, Hampshire, 

corner Columbia 
Flanagan Mary A. Mrs. 120 Court 
Gavin Terrence, Fifth, near Vine 
GAY & WALKER, 649 Main, 

near Temple (see advt. outside 

back cover) 
Gilligan & Quinn, Fourth,c. Bridge 
Gillon John, 242 Cambridge 
Gilman Edward, Reed, n. Spruce 
Goodnow G. W., Norfolk, c. Har- 
Grinham John, 115 Pleasant 
Guy Edward, Cambridge, corner 

Haley John H., Bay, cor. Franklin 
Hall Orrin, 9 Harvard square 
Hannum L. M. 517 Main 
Harding E. K. 281 Broadway 

Harlow J. Hayden, River, cor. Jay 
Haughey Michael E. 109 Fourth 
Holmes J. A. & Co. 606 and 610 

Houghton H. M. & Co., Cam- 
bridge, junc. Hampshire 
Hovey H. N., Gore, cor. Third 
Hovey J. Dana, 532 Main 
Hughes Michael, North ave. near 

Hull Robert, 484 Cambridge 
Hutchins Win., Milk, cor. Cottage 
Ingalls Henry B. 249 Broadway 
James Samuel, 543 Main 
Kelleher B. 156 Otis 
Kirschten Gustavus, 220 Cambridge 
Lennon John & Son, 69 Pearl 
Lewis Chas. J. 150 Harvard 
Lombard James M., Cambridge, 

corner Norfolk 
Long Michael, 49 Gore 
Lyons Jerry, 466 Cambridge 
Lyons J. S. 397 Cambridge 
Macquire J. W. & "Co. 37 and 39 

Mahonev Dennis, 335 Cambridge 
MARSDEN JAMES, 395 Main (see 

adv. dept. p. 3) 
McCaffrey Catherine, 123 Fourth 
McCann Eliza Mrs., Pearl, c. Brooks 
McConnell Daniel, 39 Spruce 
MoDermott Thomas, If 5 Columbia 
McGuire Thomas, 93 Main 
McGurk James, Hampshire, cor. 

Webster ave. 
McKeon Edw. J. 63 Hampshire 
McPeak Patrick, 64 Charles 
Mehan Thos. 323 Cambridge 
Meins John, 13 Vine 
Messer D. E. & Bro. 159 Harvard 
Mitchell Thos., Cross, cor. Green 
Montgomery Andrew, 34 Hampshire 
MOOR JAMES C, Cambridge, c. 

Sixth (see adv. dept. p. 34) 
Morey Philemon, 361 Main 
Murphy Jeremiah, 187 Dublin 
Murphy John, 109 Court 
Murphy Michael, 49 Reed 
Murphy Terrence I. 5th building in 

Willow place 
Murphy Wm. J. 9 Lopez 
Nixon Wm., Cambridge, c. McCabe 
Nixon John, Jefferson, n. Warren 
O'Brien James, Winthrop, n. Dun- 

O'Brien William, Harvey 
O'Connor Michael Mrs. 108 Spruce 
O'Neil John, 24 Vine 
Palmer John, Gore, cor. Second 
People's Union, 167 Bridge 
Perry, Tyler & Co , Holyoke House, 

456 Harvard 
Pickering & Co. 8£ Mt. Auburn 
Plancich Vincent, Brewery, e. Har- 
Quinn Charles, 116 Fourth 
Quinn Patrick, 27 Charles 
R«ed Michael, Mt. Auburn, c. Wil 

Ricker Veasey P. 153 Harvard 



Bobbins Morton D., Brighton, cor. 

Mt. Auburn 
Bobinson Agnes Mrs. 49 Sixth 
Bupert Wm. H. 4 Pearl 
Bvder & Davis, 126 Inman 
Sargent & Verity, 171 Main 
Shea Patrick, 145 Hampshire 
Shea Timothy, 185 Bridge 
Shedd Alonzo, 101 Cambridge 
Sime & Cunningham, 122 Columbia 
Sliney Nancy A. 152 Court 
Smith Alonzo B., North avenue, c. 

Smith Chas. H. 473 Main 
Smith Jordan, 88 Harvard 
Smith J. Charles, North avenue, c. 

Stevens Geo. P., Fourth, c. Spring 
Stewart Orlando, 125 Cambridge 
Stiuson John D. 8 Porter 
Swauton John, 22 North 
Teaffe John J. 19 Flagg 
Tobin Michael, Willow place, near 

Tobin William, 423 Cambridge 
Train Edmund, 115 and 123 Bridge 
Verity John, Cambridge, corner Co- 
Wait John B. 545 Cambridge, cor- 
ner Willow place 
Warnock William, 68 Pearl 
Wheeler Philip C, Bridge, c. East 
White James D. , Bav, cor. Green 
White William J. 126 Pleasant 
Wilkinson & Daly, 426 Harvard 
WOOD ALFRED, 5 and 6 Har- 
vard row (see adv. dept. page 2) 
Wright Fred. E., Boston Branch 

Grocery, 404 Main 
WYETH JAMES H. 6 Brattle 
(see adv. dept. page 25) 

Gutters and Conductors. 

Blanchard Walter S. foot East, East 

Clark, Whitney & Co. East 

Prison Pt. Bridge, (see adv. dept. 

page 13) 
STICKNEY N. N. & CO. foot of 

De Wolf (see adv. dept. page 5) 


Gymnasium H. U. junction Broad- 
way, Cambridge and Quincy 


Higgins Patrick & Son, 423 Cam- 

Hair Dealers and Workers. 

Cunningham A. L. & Co. 647 Main, 

near Temple 
Drake M. Mrs. 451 Main 
Steer John, 547 Main, cor. Norfolk 


Benson & Waller, 117 Cambridge 
Brum Antonio E. 97 Cambridge 
Burr Lemuel, Main, corner Essex 
Dodge A. G. 40 Broadway 

Greco L. C. 3 Essex 
Hampton Edward P. 67£ Cambridge 
HOWABD PETER J. 10 Brigh- 
ton (see adv. dept. page 8) 
Hutchins Peter P., North avenue, 

near B. B. bridge 
Luna J. P. 165 1-2 Cambridge 
McCoy T. S , Holyoke, c. Harvard 
Morandus B , Webster avenue, cor. 

Morandus John O. 224 1-2 North ave 
Morton Joseph, 434 Cambridge 
Murray Wm., Cambridge, c. First 
Neal T. A. 574 Main 
Peterson Henry, Cambridge, near 

Postle John, 77 Spruce 
Bobbins George D. 560 Main 
Sawyer Edward, 391 Cambridge 
Silva Thomas I. 99 Cambridge 
Smith James A. L. 539 Main 
Smith Louis F. 590 Main 
Smith William, Windsor, c. Main 
Steer John, 547 Main, cor. Norfolk 
Story William, 390 Cambridge 
Tenney W. E. 148 Harvard 
Turck Frank, 2 Harvard Row 
Watson Palmer, 141 Bridge 
West Henry, 449 Main 
West John E. 3(55 Main 
Young Joseph W. 7 Brattle 


Andrews W. H., Henderson's blk. 

220 North avenue 
Chamberlin Daniel U. & Co. 622 

Estes Ivory P. 30 Brighton 
Fuller James H. & Co. 2 Hydes 

block, 605 Main 
Greenwood William P. 509 Main 
Monblo F. T. N. 188 Cambridge 

Brattle (see advt. outside front 

Nutting Jonathan D. 454 Main 
Palmer John, Gore, corner Second 
Pennell & Young, 57 Cambridge 
Price James M. 85 Cambridge 

425 Main (see adv. dept. page 20) 

Hardware CStationers'). 

DBAPER F. & CO., Otis, near 

First (see adv. dept. page 34) 
Hudson John, 64 Fifth 

Harness Makers. 

Carroll Jeremiah, 43 Cambridge 
Cavanagh Michael, 378 Main 
FOX BOBEBT L. B. 4 Brattle 

(see adv. dept. page 29) 
Fox Thomas J. rear 55 Charles 
Haucock Belcher, 570 Main 
Jones A. J., Church, cor. Palmer 
McAulay A. 444 Main 
Mitchel Wm., Cambridge, junction 

Morris Henry, 131 Main 



Hats, Caps, and Umbrellas. 

BLAKE EDWIN H. 168 Cam- 
bridge (see adv. dept. page 9) 

MANN RUFUS, 7 Harvard sq. 
(see adv. dept. page 4) 

Maynard Eben W 571 Main 

Roaf R. N. 565 Main 

Sheintield Isaac, 70 Cambridge 

Hay, Straw, &c. 

Aiken & Woodard, Cambridge, 
junction Bridge 

Brine & Clark, Bridge, foot Third 

Brooks Win. C. & Co. Bridge, next 
Bay State Glass Co. 

Bruce E. L. 42 Bridge 

Davis & Bates. 550 Main 

HATTEN HENRY, 381 Main (see 
adv. dept. page 30) 

MAYNARD M. A. foot of Brigh- 
ton (see adv. dept. page 21) 

WRIGHT GEO. G. 86 Mt. Ver- 
non (see adv. dept. page 24) 
Horse Clothing. 

Maynard E.W. 571 Main 

Horse Railroad Companies. 

Cambridge Railroad Company, Har- 
vard square 

Union Railway Company, K. S. 
Chaffee, president, Harvard sq. 

Horse Slioers. 

Blake Darius, North ave. n. Beech 
Bolger James, 9 Church 
CAMERON & ETTER, 496 Main 

(see adv. dept. page 3) 
Pelt George W. 16 Cambridge 
Gerry John W., Tenney, 2d door 

from Elm . 
Gould R. B. H. 89 Bridge 
Grady Martin, 133 Main 
Hartriess George, Palmer, n. Brattle 
HENLEY P. O. & CO. Soden, n. 

the laundry (see adv dept. p. 5) 
Nutting P. & Co. Palmer, near 

Smith Thomas, 406 Main 
Spellman M. M., Cherry, c. School 


Fresh Pond Hotel, Wm. G. Fisher, 

Jr. prop. Fresh Pond lane 
Holyoke House, Harvard, corner 

PORTER'S HOTEL, Frank Locke 

proprietor, North ave. (see adv. 

dept. page 19) 
Prospect House, J. Uhrig, prop. 

594, 596 and 598 Main 

Ice Cream Saloons. 

vard square (see adv. dept. p. 14.) 

Blake Chas. H. 601 Main 

McCORMIC B. J. 117 Cambridge 
(see adv. dept. page 33) 

vard (see adv. dept. page 14) 

Paxton James, 175 Cambridge 

Ice Dealers. 

Chase Samuel, Columbia, corner 

Eames H.H. & Son, 98 Concord ave. 

Ice Tool Manufacturers. 

Cutter J. H. & Co. 168 North ave. 
Pettingill Joseph R. 70 Brighton 
Rawson & Hittinger, 72 Main 

Infants' Clothing;. 

Callendar M. L. Miss, 555 Main 
Inkstand Manufacturer. 

Hudson John, 64 Fifth 

Insurance Agents. 

Bird & Whittemore, 547 Main and 

(36 Washington, Boston) 
Buckley D A. .547 Main 
Coveney J. W. 97 Cambridge 
Dunn John (life) 177 Cambridge 
HASTINGS W. B. & CO. 97 Cam- 
bridge (see advt page, opposite 
Streets, Courts, etc. front part of 
Harvard row (see adv. dept. p. 9) 
King Benjamin & Co. 59;* 1-2 Main 
SAWYER J. S., Hyde's block, 603 
Main (see foot lines throughout 
general directory) 
Sever Charles W. . 464 Harvard 

(Roval Ins. Co.) 
WEBBER JOHN H. 608 Main (see 
adv. dept. page 27) 

Insurance Companies. 

INSURANCE CO. 555 Main, J. 
W. Cook Pres. ; J. A. Smith, Sec. 
(see adv dept. page 7) 

Intelligence Offices. 

Dooley J M. 654 Main 
Getchell E. B. 29 Hay market sq. 

Iron Bridges and Roofs. 

Allen & Endicott, 356 Main 

near West Boston bridge (see adv. 

dept. page 1) 

Iron Fence and Railing. 

(see adv. dept. page 24) 

Iron Foundries. 

Allen & Endicott, 356 Main 

BIRD HENRY M. Broadway, cor- 
ner Dock (see adv dept page 22) 

Bird William E., Potter, cor Sixth 

(see. adv. dept. page 1) 

shire (see adv. dept. page 22) 

Shawmut Iron Works, Seth Will- 
iams supt. 17 Main (office 26 Oli- 
ver, Boston) 

Union Machine and Foundry Co. E. 
A. Hill, agent, 58 Cambridge 



Walworth Manufacturing Co. 368 
Main (Boston office 124 Union) 

Iron "Works. 

Boston Rolling Mill, W. R. Ellis & 
Co. Portland (office 19 Battery- 
march, Boston) 

near West Boston bridge (see adv. 
dept. page 1 ) 

shire (see adv. dept. page 22) 

Rawson & Hittinger, 72 Main 

Junk Sealers. 

Gillon Patrick, 111 Fourth 
Larkiu John, 20 Cambridge 
SULLIVAN T. 99 Bridge (see adv. 
dept. page 33) 

Justices of the Peace. 

(See Miscellaneous Department.) 

Kindling Wood. 

MARSDEN JAMES,395Main (see 

adv. dept. page 3) 
OS BORN D & CO. State, cor. Os- 

born (see adv. dept. page 27) 
WOODBURY & CO. Otis, corner 

First (see advt. front col'd page) 

Kitchen Furnishing Goods. 

Fuller James H. & Co. 2 Hyde's 

block, 605 Main 
Greenwood William P. 509 Main 
GRIFFIN GEO. H. 226 North ave. 

(see adv. dept. page 17) 
MOORE CHAS. & CO. 8 Brattle 

(see advt outside front cover) 
Oxford J. M. & Co 529 Main 
PRATT C. O. & CO. 226 Cambridge 

(see adv. dept page 22) 
ROBBINS J. M. 629 Main (see adv. 

dept. page 3) 
RUSSELL F. F. 455 Main (see adv. 

dept. page 30) 
Stavner & Hall, 637 Main 
White C. 389 Cambridge 
Woodward & Gage, North avenue, 

near Beech 

Ladder Manufactory. 

near Sixth (see adv. dept. p. 2) 

Lager Beer Saloons. 

Atkins Reuben, 111 Cambridge 
GUTHEIM FRED, 165 Broadway 

(see adv. dept. page 4) 
Teuscths Edward, North avenue, 

near Arlington 

Lamps, Shades and Brackets. 

ADAMS JOHN P. 12 Harvard row 

(see adv. dept. page 8) 
Dickson G. F. 595 Main 

Last Manufacturers. 

Gilson & Walker, 174 Broadway 

Laths, Shingles, etc. 

(See also Lumber Dealers.) 

STICKNEY N. N. & CO. foot of 
De Wolf (see adv. dept. page 5) 


(see advt. foot lines) 

COX LEONARD, Soden, near 
Western ave. and 102 Green (of- 
fice 57 Bromfield, Boston) (see 
adv. dept. page 19) 


Barker James M. 23 Brattle square 

block, 593 1-2 Main (see adv. dept. 

page 13) 
say's block, Harvard square (see 

adv dept. page 31) 
Engley William F. 573 Main 
Hammond J. W. 555 Main 
HOLT J. G. 583 Main (see adv. 

dept. page 13) 
Jacobs Bela F., Cambridgeport 

National Bank building 583 Main 
Marrett Lorenzo, Bank building, 

Cambridge, corner Second 
Mclntire C. J. 97 Cambridge 
Smith John R. 128 Cambridge 
Stacv Melville, 220 North avenue 

Brattle sq. (see advt. front part of 


Lightning Rods. 
Noyes & Jenkins, 120 Green 
Lime, Hair and Cement* 

Brine & Clark,Bridge, foot of Third 
Brooks Wm. C. & Co. Bridge, near 

Bay State Glass House 

Broadway, corner Court, L. P. 

(see adv. dept. page 21) 
Chaffee & Cummings, Bridge, junc. 

GALE & WOOD, 69 Main, L. P. 

(see advt. outside front cover) 
MAYNARD M. A. foot of Brighton 

(see adv. dept. page 21) 
STICKNEY N. N. & CO., foot of 

De Wolf (see adv. dept. page 5) 

CO. 28 Bridge (see adv. dept.p 32) 

Line and Cord Manufacturer. 

Cowen Dennis, Montgomery, near 

Liquors, Wines, etc. 

Buckley John Mrs. 147 Bridge 

Third (see adv. dept. p. 33) 
Doherty H. A. 171 Bridge 
Elms Geo. H., Bridge, at the bridge 
Hallahan Thomas, 139 Bridge 
Harrington Jeremiah, junc. Win- 
ter, Third and Bridge 



Harrington Philip, 83 Bridge 
Hennessey, John C. 75 Cambridge 
Lorey J. F. 131 Bridge 
Mahoney John, 186 Bridge 
Shea Timothy, 185 Bridge 

and 32 Cambridge (see adv. dept. 

p. 33) 

Lobsters (Wholesale). 

Elms Geo. H. , Bridge, at the bridge 

Locksmiths and Bell Hangers. 

BRADLEE C. L. 625 Main (see 

adv. dept. p. 12) 
McAuley Frank, 6 Pearl 
Mason John, 6 Pearl 

Looking Glass and Picture 

Frame Manufacturers. 


Cambridge (see adv. dept. p. 14) 
MEYER OHAS. E. & CO. State 

cor. Osborn (see adv. dept. p. 40) 
MILIANDER C. A. 424 Harvard 

(see adv. dept. p. 28) 

sq. (see advt. opp. inside front 

Woodward & Gage, North avenue 

Lounges and Chairs. 

Bovyer John A., Broadway, opp. 

Page's box-factory 
DENYVAN & COUCH, 348 Main 

(see adv. dept. p. 28) 
FRAZ1ER ALLEN, Jr. 642 Main 

Lumber Dealers. 

Blanchard W. S., Hall's wharf, foot 

of East, office (22 Congress sq. B.) 

Broadway, cor. Court, L. P. (see 

adv. dept. p. 21) 
Clark, Whitney & Co., East. 

Bridge, opp Prison Point bridge 

(see adv. dept. p. 17) 
GALE & WOOD, 69 Main, L. P. 

(see advt. outside front cover) 

Broadway (see adv. dept. p. 31) 
Holt S. A. & Co. (mahogany and 

rosewood) 17 East, n. Bridge, 

Boston office, 17 Bowker 

Bridge, near Craigie's Bridge 

(see adv. dept. p. 13) 

Bridge, junc. Cambridge, Boston 

office 14 State (see advt. foot lines 

on pages) 
MAYNARD M. A. foot of Brigh- 
ton (see adv. dept. p. 21) 
OSBORN D. & CO. State, n. Main 

(see adv. dept. p. 27) 
Skillings, Whitney Bros. & Barnes, 

36 Prison Point, office, 5 Kilby, B. 
STICKNEY N. N. & CO. foot of 

De Wolf (see adv. dept. p. 5) 

Machinery Castings. . 

shire, n. Broadway (see adv. dept. 
p. 22) 

Morrill & Hooker, 356 Main 

Union Machine and Foundry Co., 
E. A. Hill, agent, 58 Cambridge 

Walworth Manufacturing Co., J. J. 
Walworth, president, M. S. Scud- 
der, treasurer, 368 Main (Boston 
office, 124 Union) 


Allen & Endicott, 356 Main 
Boston & Lowell R. R. Co. near 

Craigie's bridge 
Bullock O. S. 179 Broadway 

(see adv. dept. page 24) 

(see adv. dept. page 1) 
shire, near Broadway (see advt. 

dapt. p. 22) 
Morrill & Hooker, 356 Main 
Mason John, 6 Pearl 
Rawson & Hittinger, 72 Main, n. 

West Boston bridge (see adv. 

dept. page 1) 
Union machine and Foundry Co., 

E. A. Hill, agent, 58 Cambridge 
Walworth Manufacturing Co., J. 

J. Walworth, president, M. S. 

Scudder, treas. 368 Main (Boston 

office, 124 Union) 
Whittemore Amos, Brookline, near 

Manufacturing Pharmaceutists. 
Thayer Henry & Co. 150 Broadway 
Marble "Workers. 

Bliss C. H. 82 Main, near West 
Boston bridge 

Carew Thomas A., Mt. Auburn, 
corner Bath 

Deuschle Christian F. 57 Gore 

Finn James, 80 Main, near West 
Boston bridge 

ton's whf. 134 to 144 Main (see 
adv. outside back and front covers) 

53 Main (see advt. outside back 

McDonald Alexander, Mt. Auburn, 
near Mt. Auburn cemetery 

McNamee John, Mt. Auburn, opp. 
Elmwood avenue 

Masons and Plasterers. 

Adams Albert, 17 Winthrop 
Bacon Henry A. rear 79 Cambridge 
pect (see adv. dept. page 34) 
Buxton John H. 50 Western ave. 
Crocker J. W., Main, cor. Hay- 
market square 
Curtis Albert W. 15 Mellen 
Dowling Martin C. 13L Thorndike 



• Greenleaf Oliver P. basement 571 

Lally Thomas G., Main, opp. Ma- 
sonic block 

NORVAL CHAS. basement 508 
Main (see adv. dept. page 26) 

Rollins A., Douglass, near Main 

Scales True, 40 Pine 

Sennott Samuel, order box, 15 Brat- 

Spencer Hosea, 82 Washington 

Mastic Roofer. 

SAWYER JOHN S. 8 Hyde's 
blk. 603 Main (see foot lines 
throughout general directory) 

Mat Manufacturer. 

Furfey James, Brookline, n. Erie 


Mansise Wm. Mrs. 123 .Hampshire 

Milk Dealers. 

Baker Eben, 15 Park 
Dillaway Thomas V. 81 Walnut 
Donahue Edward J. 62 Spring 
Foley Warren G. 18 Winthrop 
Hosley Frederick P. 71 Vine 
Peed Enos W. 79 Thorndike 
Tandy Eleazar, 12 Williams 
Whittum Geo. S. 5 Brewer 

Milliners, Millinery Goods, etc. 

Abe Dora Miss, 202 Cambridge 
Boyd Fannie Miss, 584 Main 
Bradley Mrs. & Martin, 648 Main 
Cox LaviniaC Mrs. 116 Cambridge 
Donnelly James H. S. 95 Cambridge 
Sands Harriet E. Miss, 12 Harvard 

Scaulan Timothy Mrs., Third, near 

Turner George P 545 Main 
White Kate M. Mrs. 459 Main 

Moulding Manufacturers. 

er) foot East (see adv. front cover) 

Broadway (see adv. dept. page 31) 

Prison Point bridge (see adv.dept. 
page 13) 

(see adv. dept. page 27) 

STICKNEY N. N. & CO, foot of De 
Wolf (see adv. dept. page 5) 

THAYER J. H. &. J. P. & C0.658 
and 660 Main (see adv.dept. p. 16) 

WOODBURY & CO., Otis, corner 
First (see advt. front colored page) 

Music Teachers. 

Brooks George F. concert organist, 

Brown G. H. Mrs. 106 Auburn 
Champion Etta C. Charles, n. Sixth 
Cutter Ann M.G. Miss,h. 7 Prospect 
Grieves Clara R. Miss, 3 Sixth 

Gurney Edward L. h. 13 Amory 
Harvey Alice Miss, 40 Mt. Auburn 
Hawkes Ellen E Miss, 85 Auburn 
Hayes Ella KMiss, 158 Mt. Auburn 
Hillman Ridday Mrs. 156 Thorndike 
Ingalls Josiah H. 131 Pearl 
Lasselle Sarah E. Miss, 1 11 Thorn- 
Leavitt William J. D. 22 Elm 
Lincoln Nathan, 72 Prospect 
Lowell Anna B. Miss, 9 Douglass 
McCallum John Mrs. 41 Cedar 
Mitchell Mary E.Mrs, rear 28 Front 
Munroe Henry P. 24 Pearl 
Raymond John C. 17 Brooks 
Roach Lizzie Miss, 75 Spring 
Stevens Ella D. Miss, 13 Cottage 
Taylor George Mendall,46 Winthrop 
Whitcomb Walter C. 31 Bigelow 
White Helen A. Mrs. 46 Winthrop 
Wyeth Agnes M. Miss, 39 Holyoke 

Newspaper Publishers. 


FISHER, publisher, Wood's bl'k, 

573 Main (see adv. dept. page 11) 

COX, publisher, 531 1-2 Main (see 

adv. dept. page 10) 

Newspapers, Periodicals, etc. 

Berry S. A. 109 Cambridge 
Bowen & Blake, 91 Cambridge 
Dooley J. M. 654 Main 
Fitzgerald John T. 412 Cambridge 
Freeman Morton, 361 Main 
French George E. 588 Main 
Harding Walter H. 559 Main 
Lanjrford W. K. 25 River 
Lull Frederick A. 447 Main 
Potter J. C. 30 River 
vard sq. (see advt. outside front 
Sever Charles W. 464 Harvard bl'k, 

Notaries Public. 

Barbour A. L. 563 Main 
Buvnham E. 603 Main and (35 Ex- 
change, Boston) 
Holt J. G. 583 Main 
Russell Edward G. 780 Main 
Brattle sq. (see advt. front part) 


Challies Rachel S. Mrs. 36 Second 
Chipman Henry G. Mrs. 1 Athens 
Clark Lizzie L. Miss, 14 Eliot 
Cummerford Mary A.Miss, 37 Brat- 
tle square 
Durin Emily Mrs. 76 Sixth 
Gage Mary C. 204 Harvard 
Maxwell Susan Mrs. 85 Vine 
Moore M. A. Mrs. 233 Broadway 
Nesbitt Janet Mrs. 28 Fifth 
Stone Mary M. Mrs. 37 River 
Williams Elizabeth Mrs. 12 Harri- 
son avenue 



Wilson Mary A. Mrs. rear 186 Cam- 
Wright Cynthia A. 20 Elm 

Nurserymen and Florists. 

BECKER F. & CO. Main, opp. El- 
lery (see adv. dept. page 14) 

Bock Wm. A., Cedar, n. North ave. 

Chase Jeremiah C, Plymouth, cor- 
ner Hampshire 

Dickinson & Chase, Broadway, cor. 

DUG AN THOS. 47 Western ave. 
(see adv. dept. page 40) 

Hovey & Co. Cambridge, near Ma- 
ple ave. 

Howe's Conservatory, Oxford, near 

Smith Edmund, LinnaBan,cor.Avon 

Yandine Henry, Windsor, corner 

White George W. 7 Hollis 

vard, corner Trowbridge (see adv. 
dept. page 4) 

Oil Clothing Manufacturers. 

Pettingell, Moody & Sawyer, Sec- 
ond, cornerTborndike 

Oil manufacturers. 

SQUIRE JOHN P. & CO. (lard) 
Gore (office 39 N. Market, B.) (see 
adv. dept. page 6) 


Bryant Frederick S. 121 Cambridge 
Heron Joseph Dr. 387 Main 

Organ Makers. 

Hamill Samuel S. 103 Gore 

Mason & Hamlin (case), Broadway, 

near G. J. R. R. 
Stevens George, Fifth, cor. Otis 
WOODS GEORGE & CO. (parlor 

& vestry) 624 Main (see adv. dept. 

page 26) 

Organ Pipe Maker. 

Somerby Chas. A., Second, cor.Gore 
Oyster and Refreshment Sa- 


141 Main (see adv. dept. page 27) 
Harris George, 154 1-2 Harvard 
McCORMIC B. J. 119 Cambridge 

(see adv. dept. page 33) 
Moore Nath'l H. 30, 32 and 34 Brat- 
tle square 
Nicol James, 122 Cambridge 
Phillips Charles W. 521 Main 
Richardson Geo. E., Lyceum build- 
ing, Harvard square 
Thoruborg C. 558 Main 

Paints, Oils, Glass, etc. 

Chamberlin D. U. & Co. 622 Main 
Hovey Horatio N. Gore, cor. Third 
STEWART H. L. 16 Brighton (see 
adv. dept. page 12) 

THAYER J. H. & J. P. & CO. 658 

and 660 Main (see adv. dept. p. 16) 
Train Edmund, 115 and 123 Bridge 

Painters and Paper Hangers. 

Andrews Robert M. rear 81 Oxford 
Belcher George G. 589 1-2 Main 
Biggers William, 107 Spring 
Boardman Edw., Jackson, n. Spruce 
Bradbury Harrv, Bridge, near East 
Brookings & Sheafe, 621 Main 
Dan forth George O. 17 Brattle 
Dorsey & Elliott, 56 Clark 
ton (see adv. dept. page 25) 
Fillebrown S. 457 Cambridge 
FLINN EDMUND Jk. 530| Main, 

(see adv. dept. p. 12) 
Ford J. D., Gore, n. Fifth 
Forrest Robert, Banks, near Mt. 

Gilbert Wm. F. 81 Inman 
Gunnison Daniel O. 63 Moore 
Heffernan J. F., Atwood's corner 
HOLT WM. B. 14 Church (see adv. 

dept. p. 31) 
Jewett Arthur N. 99 Cambridge 
Johnson H. H. 20 Brattle 
King Rufus, Cambridge, junction 

Hampshire, Atwood's corner 
MORGAN A. 444 Harvard (see 

adv. dept. p. 28) 
Nolen Thomas, Lambert, n. Cam- 
Penniman Thos. J. & CO. 446 Main 
Kolfe Bros. 22(5| North avenue 
SAWYER C. A. 460 Main (see advt. 

side line, front cover) 
Stacy G. W. 608 Main 
Stevens & Brandt, River, junction 

Western avenue 
Stevens Josepb, 220 Harvard 
STEWART H. L. 16 Brighton (see 

adv. dept. p. 12) 
Sullivan &Bro. basement, 604 Main 
Taylor Wm. A. 625 Main 
Tavlor Wm. J. 608 Main 
THAYER J. H. & J. P. & CO. 658 
and 660 Main (see adv. dept. p. 16)